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Kevin Eric Smith
The Importance of Hydration: Gout, Inflammation, and Disease Control
A continuous flow and a reliable source of water is essential to every part of our body and our health. Water makes up the majority of our blood in order to provide oxygen, nutrients, remove waste, and carry out the day to day processes within our body. The vast majority of the population is dehydrated, and likely aren't even aware of the threat. Chronic dehydration poses a serious risk to our health, with symptoms ranging from mild to life-threatening.
Our society tends to replace a healthy water source with sugar-laden, caffeine-ridden, and/or alcohol-infused beverages - which only furthers their chronic dehydration condition. Chronic dehydration leads to chronic inflammation, which leads to degenerative diseases we are plagued with today. Inflammation causes our body's cells to die off prematurely. Cellular death is the main contributor to chronic disease. For the Gout sufferer, the death of cells creates excess uric acid. Inflammation related diseases include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood sugar, obesity, pain and auto-immune disorders, arthritis (gout included), asthma, depression, and even cancer.
Dehydration can affect the lymphatic system, our nerves, our brain, our hearts....the implications are dire. Signs of chronic dehydration include:
pH (acid and alkaline) imbalances: Ideally, we should air on the side of remaining slightly alkaline. In the presence of dehydration the body is unable to eliminate acid wastes efficiently and we remain in an acidic state where disease can flourish.
Weight gain: Cells are depleted of energy when the body is dehydrated. The body then relies on energy from food and miscues the body to consume food, when really we are just thirsty. Not only does this lead to overeating, often of all of the wrong types of food, but also allows for dangerous toxins to be stored in the fat cells that failed to be metabolized by adequate hydration.
Digestive disorders: Water is necessary to supply and feed a wide variety of gastric "juices." When the body is dehydrated and short of alkaline minerals in the presence of an acidic body state, one can develop any number of digestive problems including acid reflux, ulcers, gastritis and more.
High Cholesterol: In the presence of dehydration the body will produce extra cholesterol as a means of cell protection in order to avoid water loss within the cells themselves.
High blood pressure: The blood is close to 95% water and relies on hydration to maintain a healthy consistency. When the body is dehydrated, the blood thickens and raises the BP.
Constipation: This is a primary symptom of dehydration. The colon uses water in the body to provide fluid for essential functions. Water shortage causes the waste to move slowly through the large intestine, or not move at all in severe cases. With regard to Gout, the bowels account for uric acid removal as well. Waste must be expelled properly and hydration is crucial to this process.
Fatigue: This is typically one of the first signs of dehydration as water is a vital source of energy to the body.
Asthma/Allergies: When the body has to ration fluid the airways can become affected and restricted. As the water levels decrease, the rate of histamine rises significantly. Histamine increases the activity of the immune system and can cause widespread inflammatory response in the body. Elevated histamine levels can increase allergies, respiratory problems, depression and pain.
Skin problems: Toxins are eliminated through the skin, which happens to be the largest organ and source of elimination for the body. Skin disorders can develop in the presence of dehydration as the body is attempting to conserve its storages. These disorders include dermatitis, psoriasis, and even early aging/wrinkling.
Kidney problems: The kidneys and bladder are other important sources of toxin filtration and elimination. Bacteria can thrive in the acidic waste that is unable to be expelled when the body and these organs do not have enough water to perform their duties. Infection, inflammation and pain ensue under these circumstances.
Joint pain and stiffness: Cartilage provides cushioning and lubrication for the bones of the joints. Water makes up the majority of the cartilage and when the body is dehydrated the cartilage becomes weak and slow to repair any joint damage.
If everything above doesn't signal the need to address proper hydration, we aren't sure what will. When it comes to Gout specifically, it's management heavily relies on the blood, the liver, the kidneys, the digestive system, and the tissues to function properly and to remove waste from the body. These essential keys are critical to all areas of your health, and more specifically to uric acid management.
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