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When most of us think about hydration or feeling dehydrated, we often default to the commonly held advice of "drinking 8 to 10" glasses of water a day. Now, there is mounting evidence that proper hydration isn't just about drinking more water; it's about delivering water and electrolytes at the cellular level through cellular hydration. What Is Cellular Hydration? Cellular hydration occurs when electrolytes and fluids travel through cell linings and blood vessels into interstitial and intracellular regions of the entire body. To understand how cellular hydration works, let's take a typical example. For most of us, our most common...

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Many of us may not be aware that there's an unrelentingly vicious cycle between diabetes and dehydration. And understanding how this cycle works and how to best deal with it can be the key to unlocking good health and wellness for millions of Americans with diabetes. More than 34 million people or one in ten adults over the age of 20 in the US have been diagnosed with diabetes. And each year, more than 1.4 million new cases of diabetes are confirmed, according to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC estimates that there could be...

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If you have ever experienced a persistent sticky, cottony dry feeling in your mouth, difficulty swallowing or tasting food, and constant sore throat or hoarseness - you are probably suffering from a dry mouth also known as xerostomia. The American Academy of Oral Medicine (AAOM) estimates that nearly 4 million people suffer from persistent dry mouth. And women are affected nine times more frequently than men. Dry mouth can result as a side effect from a host of medications used to treat pain, allergies, obesity, diarrhea, nausea, asthma, and even Parkinson's disease and lymphoma. According to (AAOM), there are more...

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