A host of common symptoms that are considered normal with age are directly related to hydration

These are often relieved with the consumption of living water.  However, restoring hydration and mineral levels in the body takes time.  The body is not a simple container that can be replenished when empty. When dehydration has become symptomatic, its reversal and the remediation of its consequences takes time

How does aging affect your ability to stay hydrated?

  • Thirst diminishes

  • Environmental toxins build up
  • We are less tolerant of low energy sources
  • Oxidation and free radicals (inadequate nutrition in foods, free radicals) deplete cullular water
  • We tend to become more sedentary
  • Effects of exposure to electromagnetic fields (from modern technology) accumulate

Common symptoms directly related to dehydration - often relieved with the regular consumption of living water:

  • Asthma and other respiratory problems
  • Blood sugar imbalances
  • Some weight issues
  • Constipation
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Mental fog
  • Skin disorders