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It's a known fact that water is the elixir of life. Our body consists of 60% water and interestingly our brain is made up of 73% water. Not keeping yourself hydrated affects our brain activity as well. What happens if you don't drink enough water? Well, a lot of things. Muscle cramps, fatigue, extreme thirst, dry mouth, mild constipation, temporary lightheadedness and more. How does hydration help us? It keeps the blood pressure optimised, body temperature correct, joints are lubricated, waste is removed out of the body, good digestion. Exercising and keeping the body fit is important. But do not forget to keep your body hydrated this summer.
Diabetic Retinopathy is the most common form of diabetic eye disease. Diabetic Retinopathy usually only affects people who have had diabetes long time. People with Type 2 Diabetes who undergo Bariatric Surgery might be less likely to develop diabetic retinopathy than those treated without surgery, research suggests. "With Bariatric Surgery, a new concept arose, that is remission/resolution of type 2 diabetes, " said study author Antonio E. Pontiroli, MD.
Best Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery Centre in India - About Infused Water: https://www.facebook.com/obesitysurgeryinbangalore/videos/298704790725812/?boosted_auto_open=boosted_pagelike& boost_id=2588316901394704& notif_id=1539325552137078& notif_t=aymt_recently_ended_campaign_tip_ama Lately infused water seems to be a happening thing among over-weight people pursuing weight loss. Does it really help? Is it successful? Infused water carries the flavor of the substance used to infuse it. infused water encourages people to consume more and keeps the body hydrated thus the body is more energetic. It is believed to rid the body of Toxins. It can also be antioxidant rich due to the infused substances. Increased metabolism is also an added advantage. For more information, visit www.todsindia.com or call 8880537537
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