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How To Tell If Your Dehydrated

Published on 2/13/2018
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With our bodies being 65 - 75% water, babies are almost 80% water it is vital to keep our body properly hydrated. Not drinking enough water or drinking the wrong type of water can leave our bodies dehydrated. We use water to regulate body temperature, protect our joints and organs, and to help transport oxygen to cells. Dehydration, even mild dehydration can lead to symptoms and symptoms lead to illness.

Many studies have shown that even mild dehydration can have adverse effects on mood and energy. That’s why it’s so important to catch dehydration early on, but the signs aren’t always as obvious as ones like thirst.

1. Tired and fatigued: 

When we are properly hydrated, water moves from our cells into the bloodstream in order to maintain the appropriate amount of blood in our blood vessels and to also regulate blood pressure. if we get dehydrated, the blood volume and blood pressure may drop so much that the oxygen content of blood drops as well. Without proper oxygen, our muscle and nerve functions slow down and we become easily fatigued. If you get tired during the day like I use to, for no apparent reason, this could also be a reason.

2. Constipation

If you find that you don't have regular bowel movements this could mean that you are dehydrated. Water helps move your waste through your colon and out of your body. 

3. Bad Breath: 

Saliva has antibacterial properties in it, but dehydration can prevent your body from making enough saliva. If you don't produce enough saliva in the mouth, you can get bacteria overgrowth and one of the side reactions of that is bad breath from chronic dehydration.

4. Dry skin:

Many people think that people who get dehydrated are really sweaty; but as you go through various stages of dehydration, you become very dizzy and you don’t have enough blood volume so you get very dry skin He adds that because the skin is dry and not evaporating as well, you can also experience flushing of the skin.

5. Muscle cramps: 

Cramps and soreness in the muscle are highly due to an imbalance of electrolytes. Electrolytes like sodium and potassium are electrically charged ions that our muscles use to contract. If we’re dehydrated or become chronically dehydrated, we may develop a lasting electrolyte imbalance that can lead to continuous muscle cramping or spasms during or after any physical activity.

6. Food cravings: 

When you are dehydrated, early signs that you need to drink more water can be as subtle as feeling hungry more often. If you’ve eaten enough food during the day but still feel the need to keep snacking, especially on water-based foods such a fruit, this your body’s telling you that you don’t actually need more food, but that you need more water! If you find that you crave sweets more often than usual it could be due to your body having difficulty with glycogen production, which is why a glass of water may just be the right remedy.

4. Headaches: 

The brain sits inside a fluid sack that keeps it from bumping against the skull, explains Higgins. If that fluid sack is depleted or running low because of dehydration, the brain can push up against parts of the skull, causing headaches.

5. Your Urine is Dark Yellow Or Orange:

This is an obvious sign of dehydration when your pee has turned a darker shade of yellow or almost orange. This means your urine is over-concentrated with waste. This happens because water helps to flush out waste efficiently. When you’re fully hydrated, there’s a higher ratio of water to waste, turning it a lighter color, and flushing out your system more effectively.

6. Tired, Dry Skin:

To keep skin looking young and to prevent sagging, hydration is important. When the body is dehydrated, it does what it can to hold onto to whatever fluid is left, even stealing water from the skin. The skin is the largest organ in our body so it is the first place to be robbed of water, resulting in dry, tired, aged looking skin.

7. Stomach ulcers:

Lack of food and water can result in a build-up of acids in the stomach. If we let our bodies get dehydrated this acid can take over over the entire stomach and start to form ulcers. So, to protect the stomach lining it is advised to consume food at regular interval of 2-4 hours and also drink plenty of water.

If you experience any of these symptoms and you think you are drinking plenty of water, then the problem is the water your drinking.

Drinking Living Water Is The Best Choice For You & Your Families Health:

I recommend everyone to avoid drinking tap water at all costs as it contains fluoride, heavy metals, and disinfecting byproducts that may have ill effects on your health. I also suggest strongly to avoid bottled water as we all know the toxic plastic chemicals are just leeching into the water and in turn your drinking these chemicals. 

RO and distilled water are also a poor choice because of how acidic this water is. What is worse is that these systems deplete all the good minerals out of the water, leaving the water "dead" and due to water memory, when you drink these to types of water it depletes your bodies hard earned minerals and flushes them out. Distilled water can cause children to become extremely dehydrated is very life threatening and to adults too but its a slower process. This is because distilled water robs the bodies natural mineral resources and natural electrolytes. 

The best option is to install a high-quality water filter in your kitchen to ensure that the harmful contaminants are strained and that your water is turned into a pure, antioxidant, mineral natural spring and yes this is possible with the Energy Pitcher.

 

 

 

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