May is a month filled with priorities. Graduations, Mothers Day, Proms, Weddings, Summer Vacation Planning, Memorial Day, Spring Cleaning and so much more. Our bodies require Hydration and Rest to function on a daily basis. When the stress levels are up we need to pay close attention to what our bodies are telling us it needs. Did you know that 60% of the human adult body is water? Did you know that our brains and hearts are 73% water and our lungs 83% water? Did you know your skin contains 64% water, muscles and kidneys 79%, and your bones 31% water? Pretty amazing huh!
Many Health Experts agree that chronic dehydration can result in many symptoms.
Histamine levels can increase and your immune system can become imbalanced which can result in various types of allergies.
Digestive problems especially acid reflux and constipation, are lesser known signs of chronic dehydration.
Our brains rely heavily on our blood supply to function. When our blood supply is reduced due to dehydration, our brains can’t function properly. This often manifests in headaches and mental and emotional imbalances.
Low blood pressure: Dehydration can cause our blood pressure to drop.
Muscle weakness: Dehydration causes problems with the balance of salts and electrolytes in our body. When dehydration is ongoing or severe, it can cause muscle weakness and fatigue.
Weight : When your body doesn’t have enough water, your metabolism slows down. Coupled with the fact that dehydration makes it hard for our bodies to use fat as fuel, it’s easy to see how being dehydrated could be preventing you from reaching your weight loss goals. Often we mistakenly recognize thirst as hunger, making it easy to pack on the pounds when all we really need is to hydrate.
Dry Skin: Dehydration from the inside out can cause dry skin and other skin issues.
Disease and Dehydration from Dr Batmanghelidj:
Dr. Batmanghelidj a UK trained medical doctor spent most of his life researching the link between pain and disease and the effects of chronic dehydration. He treated over 3000 prisoners with health issues from ulcers to headaches simply with water, while serving as a political prisoner himself. His discovery has helped thousands of patients suffering from a variety of pain and degenerative diseases to regain their health through correcting chronic dehydration. His studies have been published in peer reviewed journals. He has published four books: The Body’s Many Cries for Water, How to Deal with Back and Rheumatoid Joint Pain, The ABC’s of Asthma Allergies and Lupus and Water – Prescription for A Pain Free Life.
“Water is not the same as other beverages so when people say they are drinking 8 cups of fluids a day, it’s not the same as drinking 8 cups a water a day.”
He also explains about aspartame and aspartate artificial sweeteners and their effects on the brain, reproductive system and weight gain.
“Water has two main effects in the body: it gives life and life creation and it creates hydroelectricity when it enters the cell membranes.”
The process of hydrolosis gives energy to the molecules it breaks down. Heat is a source of energy and the body uses heat when water rushes through the cell membrane. This helps calcium molecules bind together and the body separates these calcium bonded molecules to release energy.
In Living Cells, Water is the primary source of energy.
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