Not drinking enough fluids can send your blood pressure on a rollercoaster ride.
The importance of maintaining a healthy blood pressure gets a lot of attention — and rightfully so. It’s key to keeping blood flowing so it can deliver oxygen and nutrients to every nook and cranny in your body.
The good news? There’s something simple you can do to assist the process and keep your blood pressure stable: Drink plenty of fluids.
Being dehydrated can cause your blood pressure to plummet and then potentially skyrocket in response. In extreme cases, this wild fluctuation could send you into a life-threatening case of shock.
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