Navratri is the longest dance festival in the world.
It is festival of worshiping goddess DURGA and playing GARBA.
But, while playing garba we forget to drink water and
this leads to dehydration.
So, today we will discuss-
7 signs of dehydration,
What to avoid, and
What to take?
Dehydration means loss of body fluids.
Beside thirst, there are other 7-signs of dehydration.
And they are-
- DARK COLOUR URINE
- TROUBLE CONCENTRATING
- Aerated drinks
- Sweetened drinks.
All these drinks will quench your thirst, but
they will worsen your complaints of dizziness, shakiness, constipation and headache.
When you have tea or coffee,
you will feel better for some time but
then after you will feel more worst then before.
So, to avoid all these troubles of dehydration,
Make healthy choices.
There are many healthy options,
which you know but still you avoid.
So, let us see
WHAT TO TAKE?
Click here to know why you must avoid drinking water in plastic bottles?
NATURALLY HYDRATING FOODS:
When you sweat a lot you also loose many electrolytes from your body.
When you take coconut water, your body
gets other electrolytes like potassium, sodium and calcium.
It is an exceptionally high-water content vegetable.
Easily available and cheap source to hydrate your body.
Citrus fruits like oranges
It contains good antioxidant.
Tomatoes are good source of beta-carotene [pre-form of vitamin-A] and potassium.
It is good source of vitamin-C, which is powerful antioxidant
This vitamin-C also helps to raise our immunity.
Useful source of calcium and phosphorus.
It helps to prevent constipation and
as it contains good bacteria it also aids in digestion.
Helps in digestion
One of the best sources of vitamin-C and beta carotene .
May Maa Aadhyashakti (Supreme mother of the
whole universe) bless us all with
Good Health & Wealth
That’s all for today.
See you next Tuesday with another Tuesday tip
Providing simple solutions for complexities of life
Dr. Bhumita Makwana
Your Dietitian and cosmetic clinician