by Life Enthusiast Staff
Your Body's Many Cries For Water
You are not sick, you're thirsty.
Your body has many different thirst signals, and a dry mouth is not a reliable indicator of your water needs. There are more reliable ones for you to understand when your body is calling for water.
In this way you can prevent, treat, and cure a variety of conditions of ill health, at no cost, with nature's miracle medicine: Water.
The author (a medical doctor) believes that chronic dehydration is the cause of many conditions including asthma, allergies, arthritis, angina, migraine headaches, hypertension, raised cholesterol, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, depression, and diabetes in the elderly.
This book explains how much water you need to drink daily to stay healthy, and why tea, coffee, and sodas are not good substitutes for water.
A preventative and self-educational manual, for those who prefer to adhere to the logic of the natural and simple in medicine.
by Steve Meyerowitz
Discover Why Water Is the Most Important Ingredient in Your Diet
And Find Out Which Water Is Right for You
- Don't Treat Thirst with Medications
- What Does Water Do?
- Dehydration Epidemic
- Hydration vs. Dehydration
- How Much to Drink?
- What and When to Drink
- Sodium and Potassium
- Asthma, Allergies and Dehydration
- Cancer Protection from Water?
- Lose Weight with Water
- The Fountain of Youth
- Hydrotherapy - The Curative Powers of Water
- What's Wrong with Our Drinking Water?
Our human bodies are nearly seventy percent water and the salinity of our extracellular fluids is approximately that of ocean water. Everyday, water escapes from your lungs, kidneys, bowels and skin. We lose approximately 2-3 quarts of water daily, and this must be replenished.
What happens if we don't Headaches, dizziness, lethargy, muscle cramps, loss of appetite, depression, and brain fog. When you become dehydrated, your body and brain become sluggish, your blood thickens and your heart works harder.
Water is also essential to the functioningof your digestive tract. Too little water and you've got mild constipation. Even if you are taking lots of good fiber like bran and flaxseed, you need water to keep it moving. If your intestinal transit time (the time it takes for food to enter and leave your body) slows down, then more toxins are retained. Higher levels of toxic waste products in the bowel, lymph, and bloodstream is a proven contributing factor to many of the above mentioned complaints as well as fibromyalgia, arthritis, eczema, psoriasis, and chronic fatigue.