Water Pills for Weight Loss Review
Can Water Pills really help you lose substantial weight?
The answer this question all depends on your definition of substantial and your definition of what weight loss is. Let’s take a closer look at Water Pills.
Water Pills do not help you burn fat, but water weight. In order for your body to function properly, you need adequate water in your body (your body is over 90 percent water). A significant percentage of your overall weight is comprised of water. Water pills work by lowering and forcing the amount of water in your system out by forcing you to pee. With less water in your body comes weight loss. When water pill companies promise 2 pounds or more of weight loss a day, they are referring to water weight loss.
Water Pills will nothing for the flab in your trouble areas. There is no fat loss.
Water Pills are not a permanent weight loss solution. Because Water Pills only produce water weight loss, they will not provide long term weight loss. The water weight you lose will be gained back within a week. As mentioned earlier, in order to function properly, your body needs a adequate supply of water. Water pills may force water weight out of your body, but after you have taken the pills your body will need to rehydrate or you will get sick. The average person will gain all the water weight back from Water Pills around 4-5 days after taking the pills.
Are Water Pills safe? There are two potential health concerns with Water Pills. First, the potential for dehydration. Not having enough water in your body can cause some major health concerns. Minor side effects associated with minor dehydration include lack of energy, nausea, headaches, moodiness, dizziness, and uneasiness.
The second safety concern with Water Pills is that the majority of them contain large dosages of caffeine. Too much caffeine can lead to side effects such as headaches, insomnia, anxiety, the jitters, nausea, increased heart rate, and nervousness.
Do not take Water Pills for longer than a week. Taking Water Pills for too long can lead to serious dehydration and be sure to drink plenty of water after taking water pills.
Why you may want to take water pills? Some people use water pills as a way to gear up for an event like a wedding or photo shoot.. Losing water weight decreases bloating. Others purportedly use water pills to pass drug tests.
Are Water Pills worth purchasing?
If you are looking to burn fat or looking for a long term solution, Water Pills are not what you are looking. An effective diet pill will do a much better job. Water pills can help if you are looking to lose weight for that big event, but they will not provide a permanent solution and there is the potential for side effects.
Have you taken Water Pills in the past? Did you lose weight? Were there side effects? What type of Water Pill did you use? If you have had an experience with Water Pills in the past, please tell us about your experience in the comment section.