Because water is necessary for almost ALL of the body’s major functions, dehydration is very harmful to the human body. The human body will do whatever is necessary to protect itself from the harmful effects of dehydration.
When a person is experiencing chronic dehydration, the total fluid volume in their body is decreased. Because the total fluid volume in their body is decreased, the total fluid volume in their blood is also decreased.
When the blood volume decreases and there is suddenly extra space in the blood vessels, gases are separated from the blood, creating gas locks.
In response to the decreased blood volume (and to prevent gas locks) the blood vessels contract.
When the blood vessels are contracted (because of a decrease is quantity), only an increase in force, or pressure, will allow the blood to pass through the circulatory system, leading to high blood pressure.
The goal during a live blood cell screening is to identify weaknesses and deficiencies at the cellular level. Through the use of healing foods, supplements, exercise and stress management, we can provide support to these weaknesses in order to improve overall health.
Dehydration is one of the weaknesses I see at the cellular level most often.
Dehydration is a chronic condition in our society today, as well as high blood pressure and other circulatory conditions.
Don’t hesitate any longer! If you are struggling with high blood pressure or any circulatory condition, I have the tools to help you! Click here to schedule a live blood cell screening and we can begin by understanding your health ailments at the cellular level.
Just as there is a link between high blood pressure and dehydration, there is also a link between high blood pressure and exercise. Read my next blog post (coming next week) for more on this topic!
Elizabeth Shepard, BS
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