Sounds like coronavirus symptoms.
People drink sugary beverages to quench thirst, which actually dehydrate their bodies further.
Then they don’t understand what’s going on, so they take pills.
But the government cares about our health enough to take away all of our freedoms, crash the economy, destroy all small businesses, and turn over all wealth to multinational corporations and banks.
Although many people know they need to drink more water, it turns out few are actually treating their dehydration with water! In fact, some are doing things which just make things worse. New research shows more Americans will reach for over-the-counter medication to treat dehydration symptoms rather than drink a glass of H2O.
A study of 2,000 people examined their daily hydration habits and finds many suffer through common ailments like headaches and fatigue that could be remedied by drinking more water. Nearly two in three (63%) admitted they’re likely to reach for a pain reliever when discomforts arise. The average person suffers two headaches, three muscle cramps, and two dizzy spells over a week’s time – all of which are symptoms of chronic dehydration.
Yet when faced with these common ailments, taking a sip of water was not the respondents’ top choice to ease their pain. The survey, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Essentia Water, shows 45 percent want to lie down when experiencing a dizzy spell and one in five close their eyes until the unsteadiness passes.
“Often when we feel fatigued or a headache coming on, we think we need to eat (or reach for medication), but really we need to drink. Researchers speculate that these ill effects are your brain’s built-in ‘alarm system,’ tipping you off to the fact that your body needs hydration ASAP,” says Essentia Water Health & Wellness Advisor Dr. Dana Cohen, MD, in a statement.
Maybe we should be teaching this in schools instead of the butt stuff?
Kids these days really know how to ram a dick into an anus, they know how to lube it up and really jam that sucker in that poop canal, but they don’t know how to manage thirst.
This may be a time when we could possibly seek to reevaluate our priorities.