How To Avoid Water(Fluid) Retention, The Main Cause Of Cellulite

How to avoid water(fluid retention), the main cause of cellulite1

When the human body is not able to eliminate the water we have inside our body through urine and sweat, it happens that this water accumulates in areas where it should not, generating the famous water retention.

What is water retention?

Water retention is an alteration that mainly affects women and can be caused by countless factors, ranging from hormonal changes to excessive sodium intake and poor nutrition.

In this process, some waters present in the veins pass into the outer environment, causing an accumulation of water mainly in the thighs, legs, hands and abdomen. The swollen look, it’s called edema.

water retention is one of the main causes of cellulite and various health problems. Identifying it is key to taking the necessary steps to eliminate it.

Symptoms of water retention

  • Swelling: When you have swollen legs, wrists, and abdomen, it is a sign that you may be suffering from water retention.
  • Unexplained weight gain: As the body is carrying the improperly stored water, the body gains weight and feels heavier.
  • Cellulite: is formed by the accumulation of fatty tissue in certain areas of the body, forming fat nodules that appear as dimples in the skin, with water retention being the main cause.
  • Urine reduction: by not eliminating water, we retain it inside the body.
  • Clefting when the skin is pressed: this happens when the swelling is severe.
  • Joint pain and fatigue: When the circulatory system does not function properly, it causes symptoms of tiredness, pain and general discomfort in the body.

How to avoid water retention

  • Reduce your intake of sodium, fatty foods, soft drinks, sweets, and carbohydrates.
  • Eating natural diuretic products that help you to mobilize liquids to eliminate toxins from our body, such as green tea, pineapple and vegetables: leek, asparagus, beetroot and celery will be your great allies thanks to their diuretic properties.
  • Drink at least 2 liters of water daily.
  • Exercise, especially aerobic exercise, as it helps to remove excess waters and improves blood circulation.
  • Don’t stay in one position too long, stretch and walk at least a few steps to facilitate circulation.

By paying attention to our body’s signals and adopting a healthier lifestyle, you can avoid this condition that affects the majority of women in the world.

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