Our body consists of only 25% solid matter and at least 75% water. What do we need water for? Water helps us to absorb nutrients, cell activities, process waste, it helps us to feel good and prevent diseases and everything that is needed to stay alive. This fact was enough for me personally to drink more!
Stop drinking soda -Stop sugar. When our body dries out, our body sets up a kind of survival mechanism that aims to save water to provide the most vital parts of the body with water. Our body is really stressed, a bit like the feeling when you are very thirsty and you can not find anything to drink. As a result, our body uses our fight or flight response. We produce stress hormones to deal with this. A prolonged stressful period of water shortage inevitably causes a chronic illness. What does conventional medicine see? The symptoms they see, such as chronic pains, headaches, chronic fatigue, obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and oxidative stress, attribute them to diseases. These diseases then treat them with medicines that do not resolve the cause. This while many diseases, even life-threatening illnesses, can be largely prevented and combated by simply drinking enough water. Okay, tell me more! How do you see if you have a shortage? The color of the urine is an important indicator. Well hydrated body = colorless, too little = deep yellow to orange. Exception to the rule: when you take water-soluble vitamins, such as vitamin B and C complex, your urine may temporarily turn deep yellow.
Other factors are:
Keep water in your face, arms, legs and feet. You may have to pee less, with the result that your body can not get rid of harmful waste. Your body will also produce histamines that close the capillaries of your lungs. This makes our body conscious to limit the fluid loss that occurs during normal breathing. Eating delicious ripe fruit. Drinking water with fruit and spices. Because the moisture emission decreases, breathing becomes more difficult. Indeed, consciously. As mentioned earlier, it is a survival strategy to protect your vital parts, such as the brain, from dehydration and not a disease. Dehydration is a greater threat to our body than a disease.
Which water? (even if it sounds like mosquitos, it is important!) Pure filtered water is the best. Certain teas also count, such as mint tea or chamomile tea, as long as you drink pure water every day. Here I am really talking about very natural herbal teas, without theine (kind of caffeine). I would definitely not drink tap water. Our tap water is reasonably well purified, but there are still dissolved residues of contraception and all kinds of medicines. Not really what you want to get in every day. Do you find pure water monotonous? You can add a flavor in a very natural way by adding pieces of watermelon, a slice of lime or lemon or some cucumber slices. Very refreshing and delicious! Do you feel tired, are you hungry, have muscle cramps, or do you feel headaches or heartburn? Drink a glass of water and wait 10 minutes. Often you feel a lot better.
A common excuse is that you have to urinate more often. Good hydration in the summer. This simply means that your body has been dehydrated for a long time, with the result that the body can no longer absorb water efficiently. The body does not know what to do with all that water and will therefore repel a lot. After a while (depending on the condition of your body) your body will get used to it and the frequent urination will also disappear. Can I give you a motivational fact? With a shortage of water our body is unable to burn fat!