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By the time you get thirsty, you’re already dehydrated.
Reality: Again, it depends on what you mean by “dehydrated.” Experts like Vasey posit that while those walking around in a state of subclinical dehydration may not feel thirst, their bodies are sending other signals of inadequate hydration – from headaches and stomachaches to low energy to dry skin.
But when it comes to avoiding the more widely accepted definition of clinical dehydration, thirst is a good indicator of when you need to swig. Here’s the deal: As water levels in the body drop, the blood gets thicker. When the concentration of solids in the blood rises by 2 percent, the thirst mechanism is triggered. A 1 percent rise in blood solids could be called “mild dehydration,” but it could also be considered a normal fluctuation in bodily fluids.
Either way, feeling thirsty is a good indicator that you need to get some water into your body, and soon. Serious symptoms of dehydration don’t arise until blood solids rise by 5 percent – long after you feel thirsty. But, obviously, you don’t want to wait that long. Even mild, subclinical levels of dehydration come with sacrifices in optimal vitality, metabolism and appearance. Like an underwatered plant, the body can survive on less water than it wants, but it’s unlikely to thrive.
Bottom Line: Drinking water only when you’re thirsty may relegate you to being less than optimally hydrated much of the time, and it may undermine your energy and vitality. On the other hand, constantly sipping or gulping calorie- or chemical-laden beverages for entertainment is a bad idea. So if you tend to keep a bottle of soda on your desk all day, or if you’re never seen without your coffee cup in hand, rethink your approach. Get in the habit of drinking a glass of water first thing in the morning, and a few more glasses of water throughout the day. Also drink proactively (especially important during strenuous exercise, long airplane flights and in hot weather).
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When it comes to hydrating, all beverages are created equal.
Reality: Not so. In principle, the 90 to 125 (or so) ounces recommended by the Institute of Medicine would include your morning coffee, the soda you drink with lunch and even a glass of wine at dinner. Practically speaking, however, caffeinated, sweetened and alcoholic drinks pack chemical cargoes (or trigger chemical reactions) that demand significant amounts of fluid to properly process and filter. As a result, nonwater beverages can actually set you back, water-wise, many experts suggest. “They can actually dehydrate the body,” says Haas.
For example, says Vasey, drinks like coffee, black tea and cocoa are very high in purines, toxins that must be diluted in large quantities of water to be flushed from the body.
Artificially sweetened drinks add to the body’s toxic burden. Sugar and coffee also create an acidic environment in the body, impeding enzyme function and taxing the kidneys, which must rid the body of excess acid.
Moreover, says Vasey, caffeine found in coffee, black tea and soft drinks adversely affects your body’s water stores because it is a diuretic that elevates blood pressure, increasing the rate of both the production and elimination of urine. “The water in these drinks travels through the body too quickly,” says Vasey. “Hardly has the water entered the bloodstream than the kidneys remove a portion of the liquid and eliminate it, before the water has time to make its way into the intracellular environment.” (For more on the importance of intracellular hydration, see “Myth No. 5.”)
Bottom Line: Moderate consumption of beverages like coffee and tea is fine, but be aware that while some of the fluids in nonwater beverages may be helping you, certain ingredients may be siphoning away your body’s water stores. So, when you’re drinking to hydrate, stick primarily with water. And, if you’re looking for a pick-me-up, try sparkling water with a squeeze of citrus.
A dynamic toroidal vortex has been discovered to be the foundational basis for all life. Examples of the torus shape in nature range from the electromagnetic fields generated by the human heart, to the basic shape of a tree, to the geometric structure of the universe. Vortices are the energy transformers and energy accumulators in nature. A vortex can increase the vibrational state of any electromagnetic frequency and it can restore the natural energy patterns to something that has been corrupted. In the instance of water, this means water that is energized, enlivened, detoxified and memory-free.
When water flows in a toroidal vortex pattern the following benefits occur:
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Today, tap water has lost its original natural freshness and quality due to water pollution, water pump and chlorine treatment. By vivifying the tap water, it has been known to become "Structured water".
The Water molecule is made of Hydrogen and Oxygen (H2O). In the human body, there are two basic types of water: Bound water and Structured water. The smaller clusters of Structured Water are able to move freely through the cell walls, being rapidly and efficiently absorbed. This enhances the transport of nutrients, effects waste removal and maintains proper communication between cells.
Bound Water, on the other hand, is water that becomes physically bound to other molecular structures and is unable to move freely through the cell walls. It can linger around the cells and create bloating and water retention. Also leading to dehydration, even though the person may be drinking enough water. Assimilation into and by the body's cells is however impaired.
It is possible to purchase structured water units that are portable, for the house, garden, pool/spa, and even agriculture and businesses. This way all tap water becomes energised and easier for absorption by your body, animals, plants and Nature. Find out more on our website http://www.living-light-h2o.com
Did you know that your cells are responsible for making energy (ATP), repair proteins, and an amazing array of bio-chemicals? Key to optimal and healthy performance is proper hydration and absorption of nutrients into the cells. Structured Water, which is actually revitalized as it passes through one of our water units, hydrates your body on a cellular level - where the cell is penetrated by small microscopic crystal structures similar to Nature's own water. (Due to pollutants in the air, soil and water today, very little of water found in Nature is still unblemished and pure.)
Understanding how our body's cells absorb water, highlights the importance of using structured water! And just think what this can do to all living cells of animals, plants, other bodies of water?
If you are choosing to revitalize your life and body, we will be happy to share information about our water units with you. See our structuring water units!