Warm weather, a job that requires a long sitting or bad diet, contributes to the feeling of weight in the arms, legs, and wrists. These are all signs of keeping the water in the body.

The causes of water retention can be found in many habits or eating disorders, and among potential causes are hormonal imbalances during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause and PMS in women, or excessive intake of salt, sugar and fat, as well as physical inactivity in men.

Foods with the effect of diuretics

The best natural diuretics are large quantities of green tea, cranberry juice (glasses of 2 dlcl), apple vinegar (two spoons of apple vinegar diluted in a glass of water – three times a day), fruit and vegetables rich in water (watermelon, cucumber, lettuce which helps detoxification), asparagus (rich asparagine, kidney-enhancing alkaloid), coconut water (maintains the balance of electrolytes) and foods rich in vitamins A and C (tomatoes) and sump (radishes, onions, ren).

Potassium reserves

One of the biggest problems in the diet of a modern man is the introduction of excessive amounts of sodium that complicates the secretion of toxin and the lack of potassium that accelerates it.

Potassium-rich foods that help release excessive amounts of liquid and at the same time protect the blood vessels from oxidative damage are bananas, strawberries, apricots, tomatoes, beetles, dried plums, yogurt, and papaya.

However, if you have more serious kidney problems, excessive amounts of potassium, especially if you take it through supplements, can cause muscle pain and irregular heartbeat.

And here’s how you can still influence water retention …

Reduce salt, sugar and fat intake
Sodium acts as a trap for liquid in tissues, so avoid processing full preservatives and salts (canned foods,pâtés, salads in jars,)

Take care of your body and move on
Every day, pass a certain portion of the way with a quick walk technique or do a 30-minute home series of home exercises. This way you will stimulate the lymph and “wake up” your sleepy metabolism.

Hydrogen regularly
Drink six to eight glasses of water a day, because if it is hydrated, the body will hold less fluid. Also, consuming fresh fruits and vegetables will compensate for the loss of important nutrients that the urine has “taken away.”

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