2. Sleep more
Take a good night’s rest, and you’ll see a significant reduction in your water retention. Getting an adequate amount of rest is as important as your diet and workout sessions. When you don’t sleep well, it will affect the nerves in your kidneys, which regulate the sodium and water balance in the body.
Also, getting the recommended hours will help your body regulate hydration levels, and reduce the amount of water retained. The recommended number of hours of sleep is between 7 and 9 hours.