Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States — and chronic dehydration is an often-overlooked cause of abnormalities that tax the heart. Because the heart is a muscle, even mild dehydration causes it to shrink. This forces the organ to beat faster to compensate. The easiest fix: Drink at least 8 (8 oz.) glasses of water or herbal tea each day — but since your body can absorb only so much at any one time, spread sips out through the day for optimal hydration.
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I’ve always loved to do this. I never realized it had this kind of benefit. Thanks
Great motivation to make sure I drink enough, especially during the hot Summer.
Such good advice. I’ve heard that magnesium is good for the heart.