Wanna Beat Allergies? Hydrate with Kangen Water!

If you stumbled upon this article, you are most likely one of the millions of people affected by brutal seasonal allergies. While sneezing, runny nose, itchy and watery eyes are all pretty common indicators of a seasonal allergy, the discomfort can extend beyond that. A little known fact is that signs of dehydration may be a major signal you have allergies.

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Changing temperatures and drier air are harsh on the body’s ability to stay hydrated. Drinking lots of water not only flushes your system regularly, but it supports elimination of foreign substances (such as allergens) that circulate in your system.

Drinking ample amounts of water daily is essential to your general health, but keeping your body hydrated could also mean the end of springtime misery. Consumption of extra fluids can help thin the mucus in your nasal passages and encourage extra sinus drainage. 

As the summer heat creeps upon us, it will become tempting to quench our thirst with shakes, ice cream, and sodas. However, beverages that are high in sugar and caffeine are also dehydrating culprits. To combat allergies that crop up in the spring and summer months, 60 ounces of water daily will be your best friend. 

Those with allergies suffer due to a histamine reaction in the body. Your immune system produces histamines to help guard your body against dangerous pollutants. The annoying symptoms caused by your allergies is actually your body fighting off the harmful irritants like, mold, dust and pollen. Histamines also help regulate your body’s water supply. When your body is dehydrated, or not getting adequate water, histamine production acts as a defensive mechanism to preserve the water remaining in the body. Once your body is dehydrated, the histamine production increases, which causes the body to have the same trigger symptoms as seasonal allergies.

Drinking plenty of water will help prevent the higher histamine production and alleviate the allergy symptoms. Studies estimate that over 75% of our population suffers from the effects of dehydration. Dehydration can also affect the hydration of your skin. Dehydration can cause the skin to become dry and rough. Dry skin can cause uncomfortable conditions like severe itching, scaling, and cracking in the face, hands, and feet. A little known fact about Kangen water is that the device also produces 6.5 ph water, which is the same ph as your skin if you did not know. When you apply it, it is just as refreshing as it is good for you! It protects your skin by maintaining its barrier function and keeping out pathogens. 

Even if you don’t feel thirsty it’s still very important that you consume the appropriate amount of water. Because your body has been in a hydration preservation mode for so long, rehydrating your body may seem like an obstacle. But stick with it! 

Having an at home Engagic device can make top-tier hydration a daily reality, and eliminate springtime allergies. Not to mention it is an incredible investment in your health, anti-aging routine, and disease prevention. Call Neil to learn more about how a Kangen machine can fit into your life? Reach out to neil@mysocialbiz.net to schedule an phone consultation!