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Drinking Water Reduces Risk of Hyperglycemia

October 18, 2012
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Hyperglycemia is defined as having high blood sugar. Diabetes is a state of having chronically high blood sugar. High blood sugar can cause kidney damage, neurological damage, cardiovascular damage, as well as damage to limbs.

One simple, drugless way to reduce high blood sugar is by drinking plenty of water. Along with other health benefits, researchers have found that “water intake was inversely and independently associated with the risk of developing hyperglycemia.”

This means that the more water you drink, the lower your risk of having hyperglycemia. Another important reason for you and your family to stay hydrated.

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One Response to “ Drinking Water Reduces Risk of Hyperglycemia ”

  1. Max Brown on October 18, 2012 at 6:23 am

    Brilliant post on a great benefit of hydrating properly. There are so many different benefits of drinking sufficient water. From the link between dehydration and migraines, reduced risk of bowel cancer (up to 52%) and against dry eye syndrome plus many, many more.

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