Water is not only an important moisturizing function in the joints, but it is also responsible for lifting the body weight. As much as 75% of the weight of the upper body parts is based on a water cushion, while only 25% on the fibrous material that wraps the disc. This means that water is the main and most important crane supporting our body in a vertical position.
Water is located between the circles and disks in the so-called intervertebral disc space. As a consequence, the pressure caused by body movements and its mass, water is removed. Consuming the right amount of water and performing physical exercises that will allow the creation of a vacuum between the vertebrae and sucking water into the empty spaces will counteract back pain.