Hydrated Cells Are Happier... the amount of water in the human body is said to average about 70%. The lowering of the water’s content in the blood is what triggers the hypothalamus, the brain’s thirst center, to send out its familiar demand for a drink of water.
If the thirst reflex is not satisfied with pure water that is hydrating, blood cells essentially start turning to powder. Take the water out of milk and what do you have? Powdered milk. The same thing happens when your blood gets dehydrated – blood cells shrink up and become sticky and clump together. They no longer flow freely as they should in order to carry nutrition and oxygen to the cells, and if dehydration becomes serious, your blood can virtually turn to a thick, gooey, powdery substance that will no longer pass through the smaller blood vessels.
Not only do your blood cells need to remain hydrated, but all of your cells including your bone cells.
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