We often underestimate water and its value in our diet. Often an iced coffee, a smoothie, a milkshake show sexier choices than a glass of water to quench our thirst.
We put in order all those symptoms that manifest in our bodies when we stop drinking water.
According to Dana Hunnes, a dietitian and professor at the University of California, San Diego, the head is the first part of our body where water deficiency is felt through moderate to severe pain. She states explicitly: “The vessels of our brain are susceptible. When we do not drink water, there are fluctuations in blood flow to the brain. “Our brain’s reaction to this condition comes in the form of headaches, often quite intense.” I know there may be headaches in the form of toxic people, but should you drink a glass of water first?
When there is no constant water flow to the digestive system, this seems to be ‘forced,’ which translates into stomach disorders, such as indigestion. According to the dietitian Hunnes, without an adequate water flow, the gastrointestinal system gives a ‘fight’ for the breakdown of food and its conversion into feces. In particular, when we eat fiber-rich foods, we need to consume even more water so that they are excreted comfortably.
In any case, the lack of water in our body, in itself, can cause intense fatigue. With deficiencies in water consumption, fluctuations are formed in the blood circulation in our body, which translates into symptoms of extreme tiredness. When you feel a bit of exhaustion, the first step to improvement is to drink a large glass of water rather than another coffee or energy drink, which will dehydrate you even more.
From the hypothalamus of the brain we express to the outside the feeling of thirst, but also the feeling of hunger.
Is it very possible, when you have a sudden appetite for another sweet or savory snack, in fact what you have to do to feel better, to be something completely different?
Blur in the mind
In her book “The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power, “neurosurgery professor Lisa Mosconi describes how regular body hydration is the priority for good brain health.
Often it is not only the fault of others if we have nerves, but also some of our bad habits. Water produces hormones and neurotransmitters in the human body, and its lack can cause extreme changes in our mood.
A feeling of intense heat
Our body without complete hydration looks like a factory that is constantly working at its limits, always ready to make a big bang and disintegrate into pieces. The feeling of intense heat, the “capsule” that you can suddenly feel, is a ‘message’ from your body. It needs more water to balance your body temperature, a normalization of the daily processes in your body. The coolness can be hidden in a glass of water before you even open the windows and the air-conditioning.