Deidry's Journal, 17 April 2018

how's everybody doing? I ain't doing so good I have liquid retention 😭 does anyone knows how to help it?

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you probably need more water. I recommend getting a water tracker. 
17 Apr 18 by member: alicexbutterfly
You should talk to a doctor. People who have Ademia take a Diaretic (spelling) 
17 Apr 18 by member: Captmrbles
Drink Sliced lemon in warm water, does the same as a diuretic. Hope it helps 
17 Apr 18 by member: Trico1
Anything high in vitamins (like EmergenC) will generally flush some fluid off. I drink water with cucumber, lime, and mint to help keep fluid off. In a 2 quart pitcher, add the juice of 3-4 limes, about 5 leaves of fresh mint, and i cucumber, sliced. Leave room to shake the pitcher and let it chill for at least 6-8 hours. Cucumber and lime contribute vitamin C and potassium, the mint is supposed to be a cleansing herb.  
17 Apr 18 by member: Gingerk65
Green Tea maybe?  
17 Apr 18 by member: jdeuster
Lemon water 
17 Apr 18 by member: Muzic
Green tea with lemon works great and try to cut on sodium  
17 Apr 18 by member: SanchezJF
Believe it or not, drinking lots of water will reduce liquid retention. Something about giving the salts a vehicle to get out of your body, I think. 
17 Apr 18 by member: abbadabba
Thanks a lot guys, uno try it out and I'll let you all know!! 
20 Apr 18 by member: Deidry
You can try foods that have natural diuretic properties — fresh or frozen asparagus, hibiscus for tea, green tee, and nopales (cactus). And, as abbadabba said, increase your fluid intake to help you pee out some of that salt. 
20 Apr 18 by member: Kenna Morton
Diedry— a couple more, pineapple, cucumbers.  
20 Apr 18 by member: Kenna Morton


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