Dehydration is Also Bad for the Skin

Dehydration is Also Bad for the Skin

Doctors constantly remind us to always hydrate to avoid negative health effects and it’s for good reasons. Not hydrating well enough will cause the body to have insufficient water to function properly.

Roughly, the human body is composed of 75 percent water. Without enough water, it will not be able to survive and function well.

Dehydration weakens our immune system temporarily and limits the function of the body for a time. At the same time, it also has bad effect on our skin.

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Dehydration leads to Dry Skin

In fact, dry or flushed skin may very well be a sign of dehydration.

A particular consequence of dry and dehydrated is a drastic increase in sensitivity. Furthermore, dryness and dehydration can be precursors to sensitized skin.

Also, when the skin is dehydrated, it generates more oil than usual to offset the minimal water in your body. This can then cause dry patches, breakouts and irritation. At the same time, will likewise feel dray and oily. 

Having dry skin can predispose you to problems like eczemas, itchiness and allergies.

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The answer to avoiding dehydration and dry skin

Aside from hydrating effectively to counter these effects of dehydration, moisturizing your skin properly and regularly is a good answer as well.

It is that important to hydrate properly everyday by drinking enough water or hydrating drinks for fluid intake. That way, we ensure ourselves of avoiding dehydration and irritation of skin as much as possible.

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