Hydratis gives you THE solution to fight against fever, migraines and headaches.
Headaches and migraines are one of the symptoms of a lack of hydration.
Dehydration corresponds to a lack of water and mineral salts in the body, essential for the proper functioning of the body. Water is the main constituent of the human body. The average amount of water contained in an adult organism is about 60%. The total water content of the human body depends on a person's build and age. Indeed, with regard to the corpulence of the person, the more the latter is lean, the more the proportion of water of its organism is important. For age, the proportion of water in the body decreases with age. When tissues age, they lose water which is replaced by fat. Thus, water represents 75 to 80% of the weight of a newborn, 65% of that of an infant over one year and 60% of that of an adult.
The human body cannot store water because it permanently eliminates water mainly through urine, breathing and especially perspiration. To maintain the body in good health, water losses must always be compensated by intake (essentially food with an adequate intake of drinks).
Some people are more at risk of dehydration. These are infants, whose bodies are very rich in water, and the elderly, who retain water and salt less well than adults and are not very sensitive to the feeling of thirst. chronic illness are also at risk of dehydration (eg, diabetes).
When the body lacks water, it cannot function properly. When you don't drink enough, or after intense physical exertion, you may feel a pain in your skull: your brain is trying to alert you that you are dehydrated. Thus a lack of dehydration leads to migraines and headaches. Drink a large glass or two of water, rest in a quiet place, and wait for your body to rehydrate. To be healthy, it is recommended to drink an average of 1.5 liters of water per day.
Why does dehydration cause headaches? Why episodes of fevers or migraines can also contribute to dehydration?
Headache is also one of the first signs of dehydration. Indeed, as soon as it is hot, dry and your body lacks water, headaches can occur.
Headaches and migraines, whether occasional or recurrent, intense or diffuse, can greatly interfere with daily life. Their causes are multiple: stress, fatigue, overwork, lack of sleep, dehydration, exposure to certain substances… One thing is certain, when they set in, we only try to get rid of them. To do this, taking analgesic drugs such as paracetamol, aspirin or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen often proves to be an effective solution.
Migraine disease is characterized by repeated attacks (headaches) due to the fact that the brain is particularly hyperexcitable in some people. During the attack, a nerve called the trigeminal which innervates the skull, the face and the thin membranes surrounding the brain (the meninges) releases chemicals at the level of the arteries of the meninges. These lead to an increase in the caliber of these arteries (vasodilatation) and a phenomenon of inflammation, responsible for migraine pain.
The paracetamol reflex: responds to the symptoms, but not to the cause.
Available without a prescription in pharmacies, paracetamol is often the molecule we consume first in case of pain or fever.
Headache, painful menstruation, dental pain, cold, fever… In the event of intense to moderate pain, many of us have the paracetamol reflex to relieve it, in adults as in children. However, even if it is available without a medical prescription, paracetamol is far from harmless: in the event of an overdose, paracetamol can cause serious liver damage, irreversible in some cases.
Hence the reminder from the National Medicines Agency (ANSM) “paracetamol is used at the lowest possible effective dose and for the shortest duration”. To avoid an overdose, the recommended dosages should be observed.
The headache can be a symptom of sinusitis, flu, dehydration, etc. If it always occurs on the same side, it can also be a symptom of a dental pathology. In these cases, it will first be necessary to identify the cause in order to receive the appropriate treatment. If it is dehydration, the remedy is none other than rehydration.
Paracetamol is comparable to aspirin in its effects against pain and fever.
But unlike NSAIDs, paracetamol has the following characteristics: It has almost no useful anti-inflammatory activity, it has no influence on the ability of blood to clot and has almost no adverse effect on the stomach.
Paracetamol is administered orally or as a suppository inserted into the rectum, and its effects last an average of 4 to 6 hours.
Paracetamol turns out to be a very safe drug. High doses can, however, lead to liver damage, sometimes irreversible. People with impaired liver function should take lower doses than normal. It is less certain that taking reduced doses over long periods of time is not harmful to the liver. People who drink large amounts of alcohol are likely to have a higher risk of developing liver damage when using paracetamol. People who take paracetamol and stop eating due to a cold, flu or other reason are more prone to liver damage.
Headaches can quickly arise and ruin our day. There are some tips to reduce the pain and even to prevent it.
He arrives without warning and we barely have time to realize that that's it, the headache is installed. It can come from the eyes, from staring too much at the computer, from the neck, but also be caused by fatigue and stress.
The origins can therefore be different and the symptoms can range from dull pain to intense pain. Headaches occur in the forehead, but also on one or both sides of the skull. If you no longer have the patience to wait six hours before taking your next tablet of aspirin, it is possible to use a few tips to prevent the headache from setting in from the first pains: massage the forehead and temples, inhale peppermint or lavender, drink coffee, soak your feet in hot water and drink herbal teas, especially those offered by HYDRATIS.
Why use Hydratis during fevers, migraines and headaches:
Hydratis products are effective in treating headaches. Containing a natural anti-inflammatory, ginger, it is also possible to consume it as an infusion. To do this, pour into a cup of boiling water and immerse your Hydratis sachet in it. Allow to cool slightly before drinking. Thus, ginger is particularly recommended in the case of a migraine. This plant also relieves nausea. We recommend the use of Hydratis also in the form of herbal tea. Indeed, in addition to its virtues in terms of hydration and rehydration, it stands out for its flavors that will satisfy your taste buds.
Maximize your hydration during these painful episodes to optimize your energy and well-being! Hydratis is here for you!
Indeed, Hydratis herbal teas and infusions allow water to be better absorbed by the body and thus to have accelerated hydration. In addition, thanks to its formulation rich in mineral salts, such as magnesium, as well as in trace elements such as manganese and zinc, they improve the body's protective mechanisms and prevent and relieve the symptoms of dehydration, fever, migraines and headaches.