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Published: 16 November 2021

Why it is important to be Hydrated

The hydration IV drip is one of our most popular of the IV vitamin drips we offer in London. Water is essential for life, and keeping our body hydrated is necessary for many of our
important bodily functions to take place.

Water is life. About 98% of our Earth is filled with water, and we are 70% water ourselves.  Sometimes, we forget to drink enough water and land ourselves in situations that could have been avoided.

The reasons that make hydration significant are:

Flushes Out the Toxins

Make this a habit - Drink a glass of water after you wake up every morning. Water helps to flush out unwanted toxins and bacteria from your bladder and kidney.

Various diseases like Urinary Tract Infections can be caused due to the consumption of less water. Our kidneys are especially sensitive and succumb to diseases easily.

So, staying hydrated will keep the organs healthy, eliminate bodily wastes and keep you away from ailments.

You can even drink detox water every morning. An example of detox water is lemon, water, and honey.

Gives You a Healthy and Glowing Skin

Once we hit puberty, breakouts and acne can become a daily struggle. Using skin care products won't be useful unless the epidermis is ridden of toxins that cause blackheads, pimples, redness, itching, and irritation.

Drinking water will do that for you. Hydration eliminates the unwanted particles to give you a healthy and glowing skin.

Water also slows down the ageing process to keep you looking younger in the long run.

Keeps Your Body Cool

Staying hydrated, especially in the summers, is a must. Dehydration causes all sorts of health problems.

The natural way of releasing heat from the body is by the expansion of vessels. Being dehydrated, a higher temperature is required to expand the vessels, making you feel hotter. Staying hydrated will keep you cool on the inside and outside.

Keeps Your Weight in Check

While attempting a diet, you must have read to drink ample of water.

There are two ways by which water keeps your weight in check. Firstly, when your body cells need water, the brain sends you a signal to get more and you start eating instead of quenching your thirst.

Secondly, if you drink water before meals, then your tummy will be filled, and you will not eat as much as you would without it.

Keep your cells, body, and mind happy by drinking at least 1-1.5 litres of water every day.

Your Muscles and Joints Work Better

Water ensures the proper functioning of your muscles and lubricates your joints. You will automatically perform better.

Have you noticed cramps that cause unbearable pain in your calf muscles, especially at night? The reason may be dehydration or muscle fatigue. Staying hydrated helps to fight both.

Reduces High Blood Pressure

As we know, our bodies are 70% water. When you are well hydrated, the blood contains 92% of water, which means the blood can move easily.

The water prevents cardiovascular diseases and keeps your blood pressure under control.

Reduces Digestive Disorders

Water keeps your stomach happy. Staying hydrated eliminates toxins and reduces the chances of stomach ulcers, gas, and acid.

If you are suffering from constipation, water is the best medicine.

If you are suffering from a dry mouth, urine, which is darker than usual, fatigue, light-headedness and little to no urine then you are dealing with dehydration. It's time to drink water more regularly and make sure the water you drink Is always clean.

What is the most effective way to hydrate?

The most effective way to hydrate is by booking a hydration IV drip at home. This is because IV drips bypass the digestive tract and the nutrients are available straight for the body to use.

Find more about what are the IV drips.

IV drips at home will provide high levels of hydration that can improve physical and mental health, improve the immune system, and even help prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease according to some research publications.

You can book your IV drip in London by contact us.

References:

www.cpft.nhs.uk/PDF/Miscellaneous/Staying%20Hydrated%20Feb%202018.pdf
www.nhsinform.scot/campaigns/hydration
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2908954/
www.usgs.gov/special-topic/water-scienceschool/science/water-you-water-and-humanbody?qt-science_center_objects=0#qt-science_center_objects
• www.bupa.co.uk/newsroom/ourviews/ten-waterrich-foods-hydration
www.nhs.uk/conditions/dehydration/
https://www.nutrition.org.uk/nutritionscience/life/dehydrationelderly.html

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