6 Signs That You’re Consuming Too Much Sugar.

1. Brain Fog: A condition in which your brain feels cloudy. The fog will make it difficult to focus, concentrate and remember things.
Because sugar causes blood
sugar to fluctuate, causing brain fog or fusion.

2. Head Ache: When the blood vessels constrict, you can experience a headache as s result of this.

3. Mood Swings: It’s not unusual to feel anxious or depressed.
But if the blood sugar levels are continually fluctuating as a result of high sugar intake, you can feel irritable in the interval between the peaks

4. Digestive problems: Sugary foods can lead to a build-up of bad bacteria in your intestines as a result of yeast

5. Constipation, gassing, bloating and IBS symptoms may result when your digestion is disturbed.

6. Pimples: Too much sugar in your diet can cause pimples and other skin problems. Sugar can trigger an increase in sebum output which can lead to acne break


Sugar is a compulsory element of everyone’s daily diet. But have you ever measured the amount of sugar you consume on a daily basis? Dessert might be your favorite part of the meal but it increases your sugar intake tremendously. All the delicacies like cakes, cookies, chocolates, brownies, donuts and many more are all loaded with sugar. You might have heard the bad effects of consuming too much sugar. It puts you at an increased risk of diabetes, heart diseases and other chronic illnesses. There are some clear signs that your body gives when you are consuming too much sugar. The warning warning signs can be a red signal for you to reduce your sugar intake.



11 Proven Benefits Of Staying Hydrated

1. Being hydrated helps boost your metabolism rate, energy, and fat-burning functions.

2. Dehydration can make your body too thick which can lead to heart stroke and disease.

3. Being hydrated assists in keeping the joints and cartilages soft and lubricated.

4. Staying hydrated can reduce joint pain and maintain normal movement.

5. Water transports oxygen-rich blood and nutrients.

6. Hydration prevents muscle fatigue, maintains muscle movement, and transmits nerve impulses.

7. Hydration helps the kidney and liver to remove waste through the body fluid.

8. Water creates saliva.

The enzymes in the saliva break down food and liquid to dissolve minerals and nutrients and make them more accessible to the body.

9. Hydration helps skin to be moisturized and fights against wrinkling of the skin.

10. Water helps in maintaining constant body temperature.

11. Drinking one or two cups of water before meals can fill the stomach and help you eat less at meals.


In the physical therapy setting, we commonly treat patients recovering from surgical procedures. Water plays a critical part in the body’s healing and recovery processes. Blood flow brings oxygen and nutrients to muscles and the healing tissues. When dehydrated, blood volume is low and can delay wound healing. Drinking water also helps prevent post surgical complications by helping your bowels run smoothly (as prescribed opioids can cause constipation), decreases risk for blood clots, and assists protein synthesis needed for muscle repair.