SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA, June 17, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- There are many different circumstances which can bring about excessive water retention - also known as fluid retention or oedema. We end up feeling bloated around the middle or we're plagued with fat, swollen ankles.
This can happen in pregnancy – especially in the latter part where the baby is bigger and contributing more waste to mum’s elimination system. Swelling also occurs when people are exposed to toxic chemicals or the wrong medications; they eat a diet of processed, junk foods; they're an alcoholic; they don’t get enough exercise; or they have some kind of injury, congenital or genetic problem with their detoxification and elimination system.
Some people have digestive disorders which can make their digestive system slow and sluggish, which will slow down detoxification as well. People with cardiovascular issues or congestive heart failure have problems with blood circulation, which limits the blood supply to the kidneys. If the blood filtering process is compromised, then pH levels can slip to acidic levels. This makes the blood somewhat thicker with platelet stickiness. It also causes inflammatory conditions which can often spread in the urinary tract, bladder and kidneys.