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Water Benefits Health News -- Dehydration and Pain - Your Body's Plea for Water
April 12, 2018

Water Benefits Health News, Issue #49

April 12, 2018


At the health food store where I work, I speak to numerous people on a daily basis who are looking for supplements to support health and get some relief from pain and other discomforts.

One of the most common complaints I hear about is joint pain. And there are many quality supplements available that can help reduce inflammation and pain, such as turmeric, boswellia and ginger root.

In addition, other supplements such as hyaluronic acid, collagen, glucosamine, chondroitin, and MSM can provide additional support for joint health.

What most people don’t realize, however, is that without enough water intake, the joints will not have adequate cushioning.

Body hydration is necessary for relieving joint pain as well as many other causes of pain in the human body.

Thus, our feature article is on “Dehydration and Pain – Your Body’s Plea for Water.” If you are experiencing pain, I hope you will check it out and get inspired to drink more water.

To your health and pain relief,

Nancy Hearn, CNC

Feature Article

Dehydration and Pain – Your Body’s Plea for Water

The link between dehydration and pain in the body is not well known, even though clinical studies have proven it.

We can safely assume that if an injury or an infection is not the obvious cause of pain, then the most likely cause is water shortage in that area of the body, according to Dr. Batmanghelidj, author of Your Body’s Many Cried for Water.

Some of the more common pains of dehydration include headaches, heartburn, gastrointestinal pain, back pain, joint pain, fibromyalgic pain, and leg pain on walking.

Read more here . . .

Related Articles

Dehydration and Joint Pain – Is There a Connection?

Dehydration Effects of Water Loss in the Human Body

Benefits of Hydrotherapy for Healing

Using Warm Water for Pain Relief

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Nancy Hearn is a certified health and nutrition consultant, hydration specialist, fitness advisor, and freelance web writer. She is the author of and has published numerous health articles and eBooks.

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