Can Mineral-Rich Alkaline Water Relieve Stress & Fatigue?

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Break the cycle! Dehydration can further irritate your stress levels and stress levels can indirectly cause dehydration. It’s a vicious cycle. But, you can break it by being more proactive and intentional about your daily water consumption. There are scientific studies that indicate a possible link between drinking mineral-rich alkaline water and stress reduction.

Did you know that humans can survive on average for up to 21 days without food? However, we can only survive approximately 3 days without drinking water!

Dehydration and Its Effects on Your Health

Medical and health experts often call water the ‘elixir of life’ and for all the right reasons. Most folks don’t know that it can be another tool in their arsenal when fighting off the effects of stress. Due to the life-sustaining minerals that we find in water, staying hydrated helps keep our bodies functioning like a well-oiled machine! All of our organs, especially our brain needs water to give us a boost of mental clarity. Studies show that even mild dehydration can impair brain functioning and cause mood changes and headaches.

Dehydration rarely causes anxiety on its own. However, if you don’t make mineral-rich alkaline water a priority for good health, you could experience more severe anxiety symptoms. If you are susceptible to anxiety, you will want to be proactive about hydration. According to Harvard Medical School Health Publishing, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States. Almost 18% of the population admit to struggling with anxiety, stress, or depression.

In addition to following healthy lifestyle guidelines, drinking more water can also make a significant difference. For example, those who enjoy a healthy diet rich in vegetables and lean meats, while staying hydrated with alkaline water, tend to report better overall health. This can be especially true for those who learn to limit and/or avoid alcohol, caffeine, and carbonated beverages. All of these things can cause further dehydration in the body when we drink them more than we drink water.

Alkaline Water Can Help Reduce Stress

When you opt for one more cup of coffee or sugary soda, you could cause your body to dehydrate. According to studies, body dehydration by just half a liter can greatly increase our stress levels. How so? Dehydration directly impacts the cortisol levels in our brains.

Cortisol is known as the ‘stress hormone’ that is released by the adrenal glands of your body. One of the greatest benefits of mineral-rich alkaline water is that it flushes out this stress hormone from our system. Automatically decreasing our stress and anxiety levels, thereby significantly improving our overall mood.

Stress can cause headaches, upset stomach, and fatigue. But, when we drink water, we naturally hydrate ourselves and break the cycle. If you’re already stressed with bills, kids, or work, you don’t need to add dehydration to the equation.

Drinking Mineral Water Can Also Alleviate Fatigue

When you don’t drink enough mineral-rich alkaline water, your body can undergo bouts of low energy. This lack of proper hydration is why you experience a great deal of body fatigue and tiredness. Almost 60 percent of our body weight is water, which we lose daily through sweat and urine. However, that, coupled with dehydration, can make you feel weaker and unusually tired. Muscle tightness, weakness, and fatigue are often due to dehydration; more than we think. When muscle cells have enough fluids, they perform at a higher level and help energize the body.

Drinking alkaline water, like that which TRUbalanceWATER offers, helps bring the perfect balance of antioxidant electrolytes that your body needs. In the end, you will find yourself staying hydrated and maintaining proper functioning because you’ll have more energy.

Incorporating More Water Into Daily Consumption

How much water should I be drinking?

According to Mayo Clinic, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have determined that adequate daily fluid intake is about:

    • 15.5 cups per day for men
    • 11.5 cups per day for women

It is important to remember that 20 percent of daily fluid intake usually comes from food and the remainder from drinking. The old adage, “Drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water/day” is easy to remember and serves as a reasonable goal.

5 Tips to help you drink more mineral-rich alkaline water

If consuming eight or more glasses/day seems challenging, here are some additional tips to help increase your fluid intake:

    1. Have bottled water with every snack and meal.
    2. Choose beverages you enjoy drinking that are low in sodium and sugar content.
    3. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Their high-water content will add to your hydration, plus they’re loaded with extra vitamins and minerals.
    4. Keep a bottle of water with you in your car or on your desk at work or school.
    5. Make an effort to substitute high-calorie drinks for healthier choices, like mineral-rich alkaline water.

We’re happy to assist you with your questions or any other inquiries you may have. Feel free to contact TRUbalanceWATER at any time. Or, if you’re interested in reselling alkaline water, call us at 832-966-7725.

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