What Is Hyaluronic Acid?
Hyaluronic acid or hyaluronan or Sodium hyaluronate is a clear gooey natural substance produced by the body. It is present in the body wherever moisture is stored or lubrication required, between layers of tissue to eliminate friction. Large amounts of it are found in the skin, connective tissue and eyes.Its main function is to retain water to keep your tissues well lubricated and moist.
What Are the Functions of Hyaluronic Acid?
- It promotes healthy and supple skin, reduces appearance of fine lines or wrinkles and makes the skin look firmer.
- Can speed up wound healing as its concentration increases in the area where there is damage or need for repair in the body, it is also antibacterial.
- Helps in after tooth surgery, prevents gum diseases and eliminating mouth ulcers.
- Relieves joint pain by keeping bones well lubricated.
- Helps to soothe the esophagus when acid reflux occurs.
- Helps to relieve dry eye symptoms.
- Helps to prevent bone strength
- Can relieve bladder pain
How Does Sodium Hyaluronic Work?
- Sodium hyaluronate is an essential component of the synovial fluid.
- a shock absorber,
- a filter controlling the movement of cells,
- large molecules within the joint,
- enables the fluid to act as a lubricant.
What Are the Natural Sources of Hyaluronic Acid?
The natural source of hyaluronic acid is-
- Cassia Angustifolia an indian plant is a very rich source for hyaluronic acid,
- leafy green vegetables,
- citrus fruits,
- bone broth
- sweet potatoes,
- red wine,
- dark chocolate,
- Soya based products,
- red meats.
- Eat natural green vegetables and fruits.
- Our body gets everything that it requires in the right amount from the food that we eat.
- Overdosing with extra supplements can sometimes harm us instead of benefit.
- Consult a doctor before starting anything new.