Paradoxically, drinking more water can help flush excess water weight by signaling to your body that it's safe to release retained fluids.
High sodium intake can lead to water retention. Avoid processed foods and limit salt in your diet.
Potassium helps balance sodium levels and can reduce water retention. Foods like bananas, spinach, and sweet potatoes are good sources.
Reducing your intake of refined carbohydrates can help regulate insulin levels and reduce water retention.
Physical activity can promote sweating and fluid loss. Aim for regular cardiovascular exercise.
A sauna session or a hot bath can lead to temporary water loss through sweating.
Both caffeine and alcohol can have diuretic effects, promoting fluid loss.
Certain medications can lead to water retention. Consult with a healthcare professional if you suspect this is an issue.