What The Top Prescription Meds Have In Common With Water

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Recently I was told something that was eye opening.

Someone pointed out to me that the top prescribed meds and dehydration have a lot of similarities.

I thought this was crazy, but then looked it up and noticed he was right.

Why not see for yourself?

Signs of Dehydration are Similar to the symptoms of the top medicines prescribed

  • Digestive issues
  • stomach issues
  • Blood sugar issues
  • issues with cognition
  • depression
  • inflammation
  • pain
  • your body doesn’t function as well as it should
  • lack of water can cause toxicity which causes rashes
  • psoriasis
  • dandruff
  • and all kinds of other things
  • lack of water can cause us to go into a starvation cycle which can cause acne
  • dry skin, and have our skin prematurely age

Think about this for a second.

If the top prescriptions are for the same signs and symptoms of dehydration, then don’t you think that some (not all) people could be ignoring their bodies need for more water?

 

There are two things we need to stay alive.  Water and air.   Yet we take them for granted.

We are lucky to have access to water whenever we need it.   We often ignore our thirst signal and slowly over time our body starts to show signs of dehydration.

You may be wondering, how is it possible to not know we are thirsty?

It’s not as hard as you would think.

Our bodies are amazing and they adapt.

The thirst signal is quiet and easy to ignore.  If we feel like we need water, but are busy we tend to ignore it.   Our bodies then take that as a sign that water is not accessible and it reacts by reducing the amount of water in parts of our body that do not need it to stay alive.   This affects all of our body systems slowly over time, so we don’t link our issues with dehydration.

Please note– This does not mean that you should go off of your medications and drink water and you will be better.  Always consult your doctor before you make any medical changes.  They put you on the medication for a reason.   Adding water along with your meds can only help you feel better.

Why not set your body up to have as strong as a base as possible, so that you are ready for anything it decides to throw at you?

Turn on your thirst signal today.

As soon as you wake up chug 16 oz/2 cups of water.

Any time you look or think about water chug another 16oz/2 cups.

You will find that after a day or so your body will start craving more water.  You will become more alert, handle stress better, become calmer and your body will slowly stop aching.

Who’s ready to start hydrating their body so it can run optimally.

If you need some motivation we’d love to have you in our Free FB Group for Officers and their families.    Post pics of you drinking water daily to stay accountable and motivated while learning how to reverse the effects of shift work on your body, so you can sleep better, have more energy and prevent burn out.

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