Sunday, June 16, 2013

Stress Hormone And Dehydration


Dehydration refers to the lack of free-to-use fresh water needed to perform new metabolic functions in the chemical events that take place every second of every minute of every hour of every day of your life. 60/60/24/7/52/ . Water that is not engaged in myriad other events and is free to break down proteins, starch, and fat actively drives the chemical events of the body into the immediate future. Your conscious mind may not recognise it, but having an inadequate  water supply daily for a go-getter body is highly stressful and invokes a strong hormonal reaction that involves the secretion of vasopressin, endorphins, prolactin and cortisone release factor, as well as the activation of the renin-angiotensin system. 

These hormones further dehydrate the body because any available free water is used up to break down the stored raw materials and energy sources of the body to deal with continuation of the taxing business at hand. The body is mainly made up of water, but the bulk of that water is almost inaccessible to new undertakings. The "old water" you might taken yesterday, or even a few hours ago, is  already history. You NEED FRESH INTAKE OF WATER to go forward into the future, without causing the body the stress of having to 'to rob Peter to pay Paul," in which case the body becomes too concentrated and acidic - the very setup that initiates disease. Just as your car (if you own one) needs adequate gas or petrol for the trip you have planned, so your body needs sufficient free water daily in the blood circulation to make the journey of the day into the night, and beyond.

Women, because of  .... ( continue in next post)

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