What is water retention and drainage
Water retention is the tendency of an individual to retain water in the tissues in excess of the metabolic needs. The result is the development of more or less evident swellings which can be localized (eg ankles, legs) or systemic, involving the buttocks, abdomen, arms and face.
What are the causes?
Among the most frequent causes we find the hormones estrogen, typically female. It is no coincidence that water retention it mainly affects women. Among other causes we include incorrect feeding, too much salt (the salt holds the water that must dilute it), alcohol and… it stress.In progress stress in fact an individual increases his cortisol production which, as is known, will modify the electrolytes retaining water in the tissues. Paradoxically, too the assumption too much scarce of water can lead to water retention.
How is it resolved?
In cases where there are no underlying pathologies or the use of drugs, water retention is resolved with:
- power correction
- movement (both aerobic and anaerobic)
- with the use of food supplements which favor the expulsion of excess fluids.
The components of Drenopal are characteristic to contribute to the management of water retention.
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