5 Steps for Reducing Water Retention
Doing everything right, but still feel puffy and bloated when you look in the mirror? Water Retention could be your problem. And here’s what you can do about it.
Water retention is a term banded around a lot these days. But how can you tell whether or not you’re suffering with excess water retention? And most importantly, what can you do to reduce that water retention?
First off I want to start by talking about a common scenario.
How many times have you experienced this next sequence of events when you get out of bed?
The alarm clock sounds at 5am and with bleary eyes you stumble towards the bathroom to start that morning routine. After “dropping the kids off at the pool” and slapping some life into yourself, you climb aboard the dreaded scales. And with trepidation you peer through the gaps in your fingers at the number staring back at you.
“FUCK!” you put on half a kilo overnight! WTF?
And then you take a step back, rub the sleep from your eyes and stare at the mirror. You look puffy, bloated and you’re lacking any definition whatsoever. Sound familiar?