How to hydrate your skin?

Dehydration happens many more times than most people think and is much more damaging to your health than you can imagine!

An adequate hydration is fundamental for the prevention of eczema and for the revitalization of your skin.

In fact, 75% of our body is composed of water, being that some parts, because they are more irrigated, have a higher percentage. For example, our blood contains approximately 92% water and our brain contains 80% water. When a person is not properly hydrated the percentage of water in these functional parts of the body diminishes.

Studies have shown that, at the precise moment that you start to feel the seat of the body is already at least 1% dehydrated. It may not seem like much, but when the organism reaches 2% dehydration the person begins to show signs of difficulty at the level of the movements. With 4% dehydration, the person begins to lose mental clarity and reactivity to external stimuli.

The lack of hydration slows the metabolism and induces circulatory and digestive problems. A dehydrated person begins to feel anxiety, nausea, muscle pain, and of course, the lack of hydration is a trigger to trigger the itching and eczema.

Although there is no scientific evidence, several American experts argue the old adage that "8 glasses of water per day are sufficient for a good hydration.

However, contrary to what one might think, coffee, tea with caffeine and alcohol should not be considered in the quantity of liquids to ingest per day, given that, in fact, they are considered as elements desidratantes.

The coffee and tea act as diuretics, by promoting the loss of fluids from your body. The effect you want to achieve is exactly the opposite, so that the body must be able to retain the water. So that the body is able to retain the water, it becomes crucial to ingest fresh foods that are rich in organic minerals.

The vegetables and fruits should be part of their regular diet, as well as drinking "8 glasses of water (1.5 liters) per day". Jarro de água

Remember that when you feel thirst your body is already showing signs of dehydration.

A regular routine of drinking water along day contributes to a better retention of the same and promotes an excellent hydration.

Remember also that the sodas, energy drinks diuretic or do not contribute to an adequate hydration.

If you suffer from eczema, drink plenty of water during the day!

Your skin thanks you!