Accumulated water in the tissues, caused by the imbalance in the liquid levels in the body is called fluid retention.
The human body is a complex system of hormones, which affect the liquid levels in the body, which since it will be eliminated through the sweat and urine explains why the excessive consumption of water can never be a problem.
Yet, fluid retention is most often a result of the following causes:
The insufficient intake of water dehydrates the body, which in order to survive retains water and thus causes swellings in the tissues.
Excessive sodium intake
The excessive intake of sodium and the reduced water intake often cause fluid retention.
Vitamin B6 deficiency
Fluid retention is often a result of the lack of vitamin B6 in the body, so make sure you consume more bananas, tuna, potatoes, sunflower seeds, pistachios, or chicken, which are the best sources of this vitamin.
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