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Ayurvedic Treatment for Water Retention

Water Retention

When the water gets accumulated in various parts of the body and it does not get rid of or excrete the excess water, the condition is known as water retention. This condition leads to breath-shortness and inflammation of face, ankles and hands. There are several herbal remedies for the treatment of water retention. These remedies, besides, treating the water retention condition, also provide physical stamina to the individuals to a huge extent.

Major Causes of Water Retention

The major causes of water retention are given below:-

Excess Consumption of Salt

This is the most common reason for water retention. Consumption of sodium retains more water in the body. However, if the consumption of salt is decreased, the water retention also diminishes.

Skin Injury and Sun Burns

These result in localized swelling and water retention.

Pre Menstruation

Water gets accumulated due to the premenstrual syndrome or PMS due to the lower levels of the hormone, progesterone.

Abnormal Fluctuations in the Blood Sugar Level

This is yet one of the causes of water retention.

Birth Control Pills

These contraceptives are important reasons of water retention.

Pregnancy

Pregnant women tend to retain a considerable amount of sodium in their bodies, which is required by the placenta and the fetus. This encourages the body to accumulate fluid in the body.

Menopause

The fluctuation of the hormone, estrogen during the period of menopause results in retaining more and more body fluid in the body.

Lack of Vitamins

Lack of Vitamin B5, B6 and B1 also leads to the situation of water retention in the body.

Side Effects of Medicines

Several medicines give rise to the side effect of water retention in the body of the individuals.

Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Weakened valves in the leg's veins fail to transfer blood to the heart. This may be a cause, which may lead to swelling of the feet to a certain extent.

Common Symptoms of Water Retention

  • Swelling of body parts like ankles, feet, hands.
  • Pain and ache
  • Stiffness of the various body parts
  • Sudden gain in weight
  • Fluctuations in weight

Natural Treatment for Water Retention

Reduce the Intake of Salt

Higher intake of salt leads to the higher intake of sodium in the body. This, in turn leads to water retention. Thus, with the reduction of salt from the diet, the situation of water retention can be treated naturally.

Consume More Quantity of Diuretic Foods

Diuretic foods like cranberries, lemon, grapes, watermelon, pineapple, garlic, onion, lettuce, celery make the body lose water in the form of urine.

Have Foods Rich in Potassium Content

Potassium rich foods also help to maintain the balance of water in the body. Some of the foods rich in potassium include bananas, oranges, apples, spinach, avocadoes, peaches and many more. Besides these natural ways to treat the situation of water retention, Planet Ayurveda has provided some of the wonderful herbal remedies for water retention.

Herbal Remedies for Ayurvedic Treatment of Water Retention

The major Ayurvedic treatment for water retention, provided by Planet Ayurveda is Water-EX Care Pack. This pack contains Rencure Formula, Punarnava Capsules, Water-EX Tablets and Varunadi Vati. All these herbal remedies are natural diuretics and help to fight the condition of fluid accumulation or water retention.

Dosage

  1. Rencure Formula - 2 capsules twice daily with plain water.
  2. Water-EX Tablets - 2 tablets twice daily with plain water.
  3. Punarnava Capsules - 2 capsules twice daily with plain water.
  4. Varunadi Vati - 2 tablets twice daily with plain water.

Where to Buy Water-EX Care Pack?

To buy Water-EX Care Pack, please visit store.planetayurveda.com/water-ex-care-pack.html

Thus, follow the natural ways and opt for the herbal remedies given by Planet Ayurveda, if you are suffering from the condition of water retention and are trying to get rid of it. These are highly effective and beneficial.

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