Dehydration & Disease

Elevated blood sugar levels cause sugar to spill into the urine and water then follows, potentially causing significant dehydration. It is known that frequent urination and thirst are early signs of diabetes. Evidence shows that dehydration is an important factor or a component of diabetes itself. Also insulin is released because the brain competes with cells for water and insulin inhibits water getting into the cells of the body.

Much is talked about the role of cholesterol in heart disease. But what is not commonly known is that cholesterol regulates excessive water loss in the cells and can inject water into cell membranes at critical times. This is one reason for the elevated levels of cholesterol in people, particularly those suffering from dehydration. It is also known that cholesterol protects the heart. Dehydration causes the body’s defense mechanism to activate in order to cover water shortages in the body.

High Blood Pressure
When the body becomes dehydrated it takes fluids from the blood serum and injects them into cells through the cell membranes. Drinking sufficient amounts of water will rehydrate the cells bringing the pressure back to normal.

Arthritisisaformofdehydration. Sincetherearefewerbloodvesselsinjointareasofthebody these areas have less circulation. Rehydrating can re-introduce fluids in these areas giving the tissues support and lubrication for proper functioning.

Water is vital to most of the digestive processes. It is used in stomach acids, digestive juices, intestinal wall repair and many other functions in the digestive tract. Constipation is another warning sign of severe dehydration. Water plays an important part in triggering peristalsis.

Allergies Elevated histamine levels are the body’s immune system response and will drop when
rehydration occurs. Water will dilute many acidic conditions in the body.

Sickle Cell
Clumping of red blood cells is seen in persons with Thalasemia and Sickle cell anemia. In these types of blood conditions the hemoglobin (iron compound in red blood cells) is abnormal and causes this shape along with a stickiness and stiffness. These factors cause cells to clump and adhere to blood vessels causing blockages and consequent blood vessel and organ damage. There is increasing evidence that hydration (drinking more water) is key to turning this situation around and restoring the bloodstream to a healthier condition. The Harvard Medical School Health Guide Page 722 states that {to help keep red blood cells from clumping. Drink at least 2 quarts of water a day}.

Dry Skin
Many skin conditions are caused by long term dehydration and can be improved over time with higher intake of water.

Cancer and Chemotherapy
The Mayo Clinic and American Society of Clinical Oncology suggest the average, healthy person drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water per day. It is very important to remember its not how much water you drink but more importantly that the water has the ability to get into the cells.

Excellerated Water and the Lymphatic System
Your body contains up to four times more lymph fluids than blood. The lymphatic system helps the immune system remove wastes ,excess fluids and toxins . It also helps deliver nutrients and oxygen from the blood to your cells. The advanced hydration properties of Excellerated water helps to improve the functioning of the lymphatic system

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