Pain Said To Be Caused By Dehydration
Jul 02, 2018 10:54AM
It is known that about 70 percent of the human body is made up of water and when that water runs low, your body sends signals to let you know. Many times, these signals come in the form of pain.
Dr. Howard Murad, M.D., founder of the Inclusive Health movement, believes many people don’t make the connection that the pain is being caused by a form of dehydration. According to Murad, the link between dehydration and pain may seem abstract at first. As we lose water from connective tissues due to aging, poor diet and lifestyle choices, we are prone to more physical injuries, which lead to inflammation. Pain can be caused by dehydration because the inflammation accumulates in order to repair the damage.
One way to tell if your body is dehydrated is to take a look at the color of your urine. A hydrated body will produce a light yellow, almost clear color urine, whereas a dehydrated body will produce a dark yellow or orange color urine. The bottom line in optimal hydration levels are key to a healthy body. If you want to avoid chronic pain, focus on proper hydration in building our cellular health.
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