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A glass of water and breakfast can make a big difference in your child’s academic, emotional and physical well-being when starting the school day having had both. Hard to believe but if you watch this video you will learn just how much smarter. Click on the video below to find out what drinks do not qualify to hydrate children.


Does Water Make Your Children Smarter?

Hi! I’m Dr William Norlin. Your  Mpls/St. Paul Chiropractor,  and your source of everything health. I found a great recent study about the effects of kids drinking water before school, that I’d like to share with you today. If you have any questions about this information, or anything else that is a health goal
or challenge for you, feel free to me a call at 612 724-4647. OK! Let’s get started!

Most children don’t drink water from the time they wake up to when they go off to school.

Even though most children eat breakfast, they drink beverages other than water like milk and juice containing sodium, sugar and amino acids which have the opposite affect of water and shrink cells.

By the way, stick with me thru this video to the end, and I’ll share with you a piece about the best and worst beverages for hydrating children, that you’ll find valuable.

A recent study found a significant negative correlation between dehydration and the ability to remember ‘numbers’ for example.

The results showed the group drinking water, on average, felt better and performed better.

Dehydration not only affects some cognitive abilities, it is also an adverse state that might render the school day more challenging for some children.

Your child’s body has lots of important jobs and it needs water to do many of them. Starting the school day off with a glass of water and breakfast can make a big difference in your child’s academic, emotional and physical well-being.

Remember your best source for everything health is your Doctor of Chiropractic.

Visit your Doctor regularly and make sure your nervous system is functioning 100%.

Again, if you have any questions, you can always give me a call at 612 724-4647 or shoot me an email at feelinggood@drnorlin.com.

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Also, take a look at “The 7 Best and Worst Drinks to Keep Kids Hydrated” article brought to you
by the Cleveland Clinic.org, and also check out the Doctors Resource Center  that lives right here on my website for 1000’s of articles on health related topics.

And that’s it for today’s HealthNews.