Water retention is a condition whereby abnormal changes in blood pressure and permeability in the capillary walls will see fluid escape into the spaces between cells, accumulating as tissue and creating a weightier appearance. This has various potential causes, although it is most commonly linked to dietary change. The production of histamines are often the main cause, as a reaction to certain foods, which can retain water by slowing down the operations of the kidneys. Anaemia, protein and mineral deficiency can also cause this problem, as well as hormone changes in pregnancy and premenstruation. Dieting will not usually cause the body to stop retaining water, and may in fact make it worse. The predominantly prescribed treatment are diuretics, which encourage the kidneys to produce sodium, which then removes excess water. However, these can cause fluctuations in cholesterol and mineral levels in the blood. Herbal treatments are less damaging, by using treatments that aim to balance the loss of minerals.
87 years of age father is retaining water in his feet and hand's, what can I do to releave body water and keep him feeling comfortably?
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I personally find an inconspicuous place under the vehicle and drill some small holes in the low spots,,,so it can drain..
You don't. It is normal to retain water.