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Cellular Hydration and Your Hypothalamus

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Does your hypothalamus influence cellular hydration?

Let’s talk about it. 

Your hypothalamus is the main organ that controls cellular hydration.

Hypothalamic osmoregulatory cells are very sensitive to blood fluid levels and electrolytes. When blood electrolytes are concentrated, meaning there’s less fluid volume in the bloodstream, the hypothalamus triggers thirst. 

First, through your sympathetic nervous system, your hypothalamus decreases saliva production resulting in a dry mouth so you crave fluid.

Second, by reducing urine output by increasing antidiuretic hormones to conserve cellular fluid.    

Your hypothalamus preserves the correct extracellular fluid volume by maintaining blood pressure and tissue perfusion and stabilizing concentrations of electrolytes. Your hypothalamus can compensate for a depletion in water by stimulating your autonomic nervous system to alter your heart rate and blood pressure. And by producing antidiuretic hormone to reduce your kidney function and conserve more water.

Because the hypothalamus controls all critical body systems it is important to support your hypothalamus.

First, consume enough water for your body. Which is usually about a half an ounce per pound of body weight (or 30ml per kilo).

Second, make sure that you’re getting an adequate amount of electrolytes by eating a plant-based diet and adding sea salt and coconut water during times of fluid loss like heavy sweating, vomiting, or diarrhea. 

Third, you can ensure that your hypothalamus will be functioning optimally and increase cellular hydration by supporting it nutraceutically with Genesis Gold®

One of my postmenopausal patients had been taking Genesis Gold® for just a couple of months when her optometrist noticed a healthy change in her eyes. She had been having trouble wearing her contact lenses through menopause but her eyes had retained their youthful shape and she was able to wear contact lenses again. 

Your eyes are organs that reflect cellular health and hydration. Taking Genesis Gold® for just a couple of months shifted this patient’s hydration of her skin, mucus membranes, and her eyes.

If you have any questions about your hypothalamus and hydration please join us in our Hormone Reboot Training.

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About the Author - Deborah Maragopoulos FNP

Known as the Hormone Queen®️, I’ve made it my mission to help everyone – no matter their age – balance their hormones, and live the energy and joy their DNA and true destiny desires. See more about me my story here…



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