Retenix moisture trap: get rid of excess moisture
Retenix moisture trap
About edema and fluid retentionThe human body consists of 70% water. Unfortunately, this water is sometimes also stored at times or places where this is not necessary and this can cause inconvenience. In the most extreme case, the body can retain up to 4.5 liters of excess water. You often notice this in the legs, around the waist and in the hands. As a result, shoes, rings and trousers can become very tight and it can lead to, at first glance, unexplained weight gain.
Edema is the medical term for an accumulation of fluid in tissue that causes swelling. Such an accumulation with swelling can arise from, for example, an insect bite. Most people, however, will know that fluid retention, for example, in the legs or around the ankles. Susceptibility for this depends on a number of factors. The rapid incidence of fluid accumulations can be caused by a reduced capacity of the vessel walls. It is also possible that the lymphatic pathways do not function optimally. This can be congenital but also the result of, for example, medical treatment or a disorder from the past. Even if one follows a diet that is rich in sodium or salt, this can lead to the retention of a lot of moisture.
Although fluid retention can sometimes indicate a more serious underlying medical problem, fluid retention also occurs in people who are otherwise in excellent physical condition. The accumulation of fluid can then mainly be seen in the legs and around the ankles, especially in warm weather or during intensive sports. It is also common for people to retain a lot of moisture around the waist. This can result in, for example, that clothing no longer fits while you have stopped eating. A lot of walking and standing, having varicose veins, alcohol consumption and being (slightly) overweight can have an effect on the development of fluid retention. Edema is generally perceived as unpleasant because it can lead to more tiredness, less fitting of trousers and shoes and because the swollen legs, ankles and abdomen themselves are often ugly.
What does Retenix do?If you have no reason to suspect that your edema is the result of a medical condition, but you would like to get rid of that excess fluid, you can use a fluid drain. Retenix is a freely available moisture trap that can help you to quickly drain off excess moisture. With this you lose weight quickly and you get rid of, for example, those tired, heavy legs. You can also notice that it is easier to close your trousers, for example. Retenix contains natural minerals and electrolytes, which help the kidneys to remove excess moisture. You just lose the moisture through the urine and you will find that it does not just come back. If you do sports fanatically, an additional consequence is that you will see that the muscle definition becomes more visible throughout the body because it is no longer hidden under a layer of moisture under the skin.
Ingredients Retenix?To achieve an optimal result in the field of moisture removal, Retenix uses the following ingredients:
- Apple cider vinegar
- Watermelon powder (Citrullus lanatus)
- Dandelion (Tarxacum officinale)
- Cranberry (Vaccinium Macrocarpon)
- Buchu herbs (Agathosma Betulina)
- Juniper oil (Juniperus Communis)
- Paprika powder (Capsicum Annuum)
- Polyphenols (Camellia Sinensis)
- Green tea
- Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride)