Reasons why WATER is so important?
You have approximately 70 trillion cells in your body and every cell in your body relies on water
Brain cells are 85% water
Water is essential for blood circulation with 20% of blood circulation allocated to the brain for energy production
Chemical messengers are made in brain cells (neurotransmitters).
Adults are 70 - 75% water
Moistens oxygen for easier breathing
Cushions bones and joints and absorbs shocks to joints and organs
Regulates body temperature
Prevents tissues from sticking
Water provides essential minerals for optimum health (electrolytes)
Water is the vehicle for transporting many of the communication messengers between brain and body
Flushes toxins and removes waste
Improves oxygen delivery to the cells
Improves cell to cell communication
Empowers the body’s natural healing process
Water is your power house – water provides hydroelectric energy
Water excretes toxins from the body
Water lubricates your joints and helps to reduce inflammation
If the body’s water content drops by as little as 2%, it will cause fatigue.
A drop of 10% will cause significant health problems:
– Cardiovascular – Immune
Losses greater than 10% can cause death
Symptoms of Dehydration
If you experience the following symptoms you may like to consider that they are possible signs of dehydration.