Fibromyalgia & Cellular Hydration: How to Relieve Chronic Dehydration
If you suffer from fibromyalgia and flare-ups such as intense muscle pains, headaches, fatigue, dry mouth- the key to recovery is staying well hydrated. That's because the leading cause of many of these symptoms is chronic dehydration.
Fibromyalgia affects an estimated 10 million people in the US across all ethnicities and age groups but is disproportionately found in more women than men. According to the American College of Rheumatology, more than 75% of fibromyalgia are women.
Common symptoms of fibromyalgia include musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, trouble sleeping, memory loss, and moodiness. The root cause of many of these symptoms can be a lack of proper hydration.
Researchers have found that dehydration lowers the level of serotonin, a neurotransmitter in our body, which helps to regulate pain, sleep, and depression. Dehydration is also one of the primary causes of musculoskeletal pain and fatigue.
While there is no cure for fibromyalgia, a variety of medications such as pain killers, muscle relaxers, and antidepressants are prescribed to help control symptoms. However, the heavy use of medications can cause dependency and further dehydrate your system, especially if they are diuretics.
The Simplest Solution: Hydration
There is a simpler solution to minimizing symptoms. Proper hydration is essential for everyone, but for people with fibromyalgia- it is critical to maintaining their long-term health.
One of the ways to reduce symptoms related to fibromyalgia is to manage toxins inside our body. Too many toxins cause pain in joints and muscles and wreak havoc on our immune system.
When our body is well hydrated it will naturally flush out harmful toxins, but when it is dehydrated, toxins aren't able to exit properly causing serious medical issues.
While doctors recommend drinking more water to prevent dehydration, consuming water alone is not the most optimal solution for daily adult hydration, especially if you are severely dehydrated.
Cellular Hydration Optimal for Severe Dehydration
While there are many hydration products available with claims of superior hydration, unless you are hydrating at the cellular level, you are probably not going to see a vast improvement if your symptoms are severe.
Cellular hydration occurs when electrolytes and fluids travel through cell linings and blood vessels into interstitial and intracellular regions of the entire body. When this happens, balance is restored in the body's fluid systems, which reduces overall stress on the body.
Hydrus is formulated with tiny lipid-like molecules called nanosomes that provide cellular hydration. These small hollow sphere-shaped molecules encapsulate electrolytes and water to start absorption the moment Hydrus touches your mouth and disperse water evenly throughout the body.
That’s why people experience relief almost immediately after using Hydrus, especially if they suffer from dehydration symptoms such as muscle aches, dry mouth, dry eyes, joint pain, and fatigue.
Studies show that the science in Hydrus delivers about 50% greater water and electrolyte absorption than traditional sugary-electrolyte drinks.
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