Water and Your Health
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DISEASE & DEHYDRATION
Dehydration is a big factor in most of the diseases afflicting humankind.
The standard American diet is notoriously dehydrating. Only fruits and vegetables contain sufficient water to meet body needs. Other foods are concentrated and require additional water for digestion. That's another reason you will want to add more healthy foods as found in nature to your intake as well as drinking more water daily.
Boost Your Energy and Your Wallet
Dehydration, even at minor levels, can cause various bodily systems to slow down, making you to feel sluggish, tired and irritable. Drinking a glass or two of water can be a great "pick-me-up". a quick "pick-me-up", boosting your energy and increasing metabolism as well as saving you pain and money on your health bills!
Coffee, colas, and other drinks
For every glass of these you drink you need to
drink more water.
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of these health- busters?
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Pain & Dehydration
Histamines increase & become active in dehydration, in addition to causing pain when they came across the pain sensing nerves. Chronic pains that cannot be traced to injury or infection often indicate thirst.
Heart Disease & Hypertension
To conserve water when there is not enough in the system, chemicals are released that constrict blood vessels, restrict and blood flow, but this may also cause heart constriction, hypertension & heart disease.
Allergies & Asthma
In a "drought" condition of the body, histamines become more active, and extra mucous is produced to protect airways from drying, further aggravating allergies, sinus headaches and asthma,
Dehydration limits mucous available to protect the stomach & intestinal wall; acids in digestion reach these and damage them. In many cases of digestive problems, water alone (2-3 glasses at the time of pain, plus regular re-hydration) eliminated the problem.
The sensation of thirst & hunger are generated simultaneously: we often mistake thirst for hunger, consuming unnecessary food that burdens body systems. 35-45 pound weight losses often ensued when water was substituted as the preferred beverage. .
Patients eating a high-fiber diet (25 grams per day) as a therapy for constipation, increased fluid intake to 1.5 to 2 liters per day (6-8 cups) and significantly improved the condition.
Arthritis, Bursitis, etc.
The "itis"-es are conditions of inflammation, and are exacerbated by poor circulation, sluggish waste removal (ie., toxic conditions), and low availability of water in the body. 85 percent of the cartilage and all of the synovial fluid lubricating the joints are water.
Studies have also shown correlations between dehydration, water intake and symptoms of:
Stress, Depression, Diabetes, A_I.D.S., Kidney stones, Bladder cancer, and Alzheimer's Disease.
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Notes & References:
Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, M.D., Your Body's Many Cries For Water; Dr. Frank Kerry, Buffalo Institute
Note: If you have congestive heart failure or kidney disease, or if you are taking diuretics, talk to your doctor before increasing your water intake.