Chronic Dehydration Series
The human body can only exist for 5-7 days without water.
The human body can only exist for 5-7 days without water, thus dehydration must be taken seriously. Just exactly what does dehydration mean? Medically, dehydration is a serious and potentially life-threatening condition in which the body contains an insufficient volume of water for normal functioning. To operate efficiently, most people say the body requires about eight large glasses of water per day, based on an estimate of fluid loss during a normal day. Even more water is needed during hot weather, periods of illness and when exercising. Take a look at this series of articles that were written by JeanAnn Fitzgerald.
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION Part 1, It’s More Serious than You Think
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION Part 2, Is Your Body Dying for Water?
Chronic Dehydration Part 3: Are You Choosing Dehydration?
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION Part 4: Choices that lead us astray
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION PART 5: More Beliefs that Lead to Dehydration
Chronic Dehydration Part 6: It Causes Disease
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION, Part 7: Re-hydration can cure kidney disease!
Chronic Dehydration Part 8 – Water Can Prevent Heart Attack & Stroke
Chronic Dehydration Part 9 – Brains Rely Heavily on Water
Chronic Dehydration Part 10 – It Triggers Breathing Problems
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION Part 11 – Setting the Stage for Cancer
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION Part 12 – It Leads to Obesity and Diabetes
Chronic Dehydration Part 13 – Water Is Your Life Preserver
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION Part 14 – Water, water everywhere, but nary a drop to drink
Chronic Dehydration Part 15 – Tap Water Alternatives: Are Bottled Waters a Good Choice?
CHRONIC DEHYDRATION Part 16 – Hyaluronic Acid It’s the Icing on the Cake
JeanAnn is a free-lance writer for health and metaphysics. “Heal Yourself for Real,” plus three more e-books are available atAmazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com. She also does handwriting analysis and numerology. JeanAnn’s e-mail is email@example.com.