The Problem with Drinking TOO much Water

The summer heat is upon us (especially here in Scottsdale, Arizona -- it's supposed to be 103 degrees next Monday!) and proper hydration is more crucial than ever.

Believe it or not, merely increasing your water intake is not enough...

In fact, too much water can cause serious electrolyte imbalances (it's called hyponatremia) and can cause headaches, nausea, low energy and more (1).*

Electrolytes are charged particles that live within your bodily fluids that send electrical impulses to allow proper functioning of your heart, muscles and nerves (2).*

Here's 5 signs you might have an electrolyte imbalance:

  • You have low energy.
  • You're always thirsty.
  • Your muscles ache, spasm or twitch.
  • You get frequent headaches.
  • Your joints hurt.

  • Improper hydration and electrolyte imbalances add unnecessary stress to vital organs like your heart and kidneys (1).*

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    Sources: 1. Willis, Kentz, M.S. "Summer Heat and Fluids – How Much Is Enough?" University of Wyoming Extension (2011): n. pag. University of Wyoming Extension. Living Well in Wyoming, Aug. 2011. Web. 12 June 2017. 2. Gilbert, Robin. "How the Body Maintains Fluid & Electrolyte Balance." LIVESTRONG.COM. Leaf Group, 21 Apr. 2016. Web. 12 June 2017.