Let’s Talk about the Stress of Dehydration.
The brain is the most important organ in your body and is the first organ to receive water when you drink along with your gut and heart. Your brain drives everything you do. It controls your autonomic nervous system and your choices, your cravings, your thoughts and your senses.
Your brain is made of 83% water, it is bathing in a liquid called the cerebrospinal fluid. This fluid supports and protect the brain from harm.
IT TAKES ONLY 2% DEHYDRATION FOR YOU TO START LOSING MEMORY, ATTENTION, FOCUS AND OTHER IMPORTANT COGNITIVE FUNCTIONS.
Your Brain on Water!
Many adults, young adults and children develop chronic stress or attention disorders and it is directly linked with the incapability to process the information of their surroundings, therefore leads to the unspoken problem of chronic dehydration.
There are many functions that water accomplishes into our bodies that remain unknown to the modern people. For example ; water serves us as a transporter and processor of information.
Our constant interaction with technology, advertisement, news information, work, schooling and of course the many people and objects we interact with in our daily.