How To Get Rid Of Water Weight

Reduce Consumption Of Sodium

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Sodium is an electrolyte. It must be appropriately balanced with the fluid to sodium ratio in an individual's body. The kidneys compensate for an imbalance, though this causes more work. When there is more fluid in the body than sodium, the kidneys absorb fluid from the blood. They will then excrete this fluid through urine. When there is more sodium than fluid, the kidneys will take water from urine to return it to the blood and tissues.

The vast majority of individuals consume much more sodium than they should. Thus, this means that their bodies are retaining more water than necessary. Remember how the kidneys compensate for this. If individuals reduce how much sodium they consume in their diet, they will see results. There will be, for instance, lower levels of sodium throughout the whole body. The kidneys will then keep water moving and excrete it very well. They will not retain more than necessary. 

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