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Watering Down Health Is Not All Bad

By Tom Herrin

Expressions are pretty commonly used to provide a reference or comparison for many things.  Most people are familiar with the term that someone's cup is too full or that they have too many irons in the fire.  Either of these generally means that a person has more things to do than they can actually get done.  Another one that is often used is that something is "watered down."  Most of the time, this is used to mean that something is not at full strength or it is done at a somewhat lesser level.  When it comes to health, watering something down may mean that it is operating at the highest possible level.  In other words, good health requires people to maximize the amount of water that they utilize and consume.  It is a simple, but critical, part of good health.

Water Can Affect Energy Levels and the Brain

People may not realize just how much having enough water can do for them.  All too often, it is easy to fail in being sure to get enough water.  It can sort of creep up on them.  When people do not have enough water, they may be sluggish and not know why.  Insufficient amounts of water can also cause headaches and affect mood and concentration.  It may amaze people the difference it can make when they increase their water intake.

It May Help Relieve or Prevent Kidney Stones

One of the more painful conditions anyone can experience is to have kidney stones.  When people have episodes of it, the pain can seem debilitating.  They may feel that they are unable to find any relief.  Drinking more water can help to keep these substances flushed from the system.  Even after they have the stones, drinking large amounts of water can help to move them.  It can be a great practice for keeping the urinary tract healthy.

It May Help to Regulate Body Temperature

Water is a simple thing.  It can cool our bodies when we are too warm by perspiring.  It can also help to warm the body.  When we fail to have enough water when we are cold, it can result in some real problems in maintaining the right body temperature.  Making a point to drink water regularly can be a major part of good health practices for all of us.  I am like many others, I have to remind myself to drink even when I am not thirsty, but I can always tell the difference.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Newnan, Ga.

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