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A simple routine and a contributing cause of many chronic diseases could be ended. Eye rolling? You don’t believe me, do you? Water. Let’s talk about that.

The pain relieving expert recommends: A simple routine and a contributing cause of many chronic diseases could be ended. Eye rolling? 🙂 You don’t believe me, do you? Water. Let’s talk about that and let´s get wet. 😉

A lack of water is unhealthy and can cause numerous symptoms. These symptoms and signs are usually not thought of as a lack of water. What happens instead? In the worst case, people try to suppress the symptom with medication. Suppressing is not curing, by the way. Yet the “therapy” could often be quite simple: Drink a glass of water regularly!

The Iranian doctor Dr. med. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj wrote the book “You are not sick, you are thirsty!” in the early 1990s. In it, he recounts his experiences during his three-year stay as a political prisoner in “Tehran’s Evin Prison”. When, over the years, fellow prisoners repeatedly fell ill (especially with stomach pains) and he could only give them water to drink for lack of medication, he discovered the enormous healing power of water. Two glasses of water were enough – and the prisoners pain was gone after a few minutes.

Professor Dr. Karl J. Probst – naturopathic doctor, speaker and book author – confirmed Batmangelidj’s statements at a lecture in Stuttgart in 2002. He told of the habit of some Israeli doctors who first give their patients a large glass of water to drink in the waiting room and wait for half an hour. For many patients, this alone would result in such a massive improvement in their symptoms that they could leave the practice without even seeing the doctor.

Transferred to everyday life, one can therefore say: Headache, concentration difficulties, cold symptoms, flatulence, stomach ache, heartburn or whatever, then drink more water! The human body consists of 60 to 70 percent water. Not coffee, not beer, not cola, not energy drinks and not buttermilk. All right?

By the way, one speaks of a water deficiency when 1 to 3 percent of the body weight has already been lost in the form of water and is no longer being replenished. Did I mention that the need for fluids increases in summer because of the heat? I’m sure you would have thought of that on your own, wouldn’t you?

What are the symptoms of dehydration?

-Mouth odour

If there is a lack of water, harmful bacteria take over, multiply in the gum pockets, lead to inflammatory processes and form a coating on the tongue. Bad breath quickly develops.

-Fatigue and lack of concentrationThick blood increases blood pressure and forces the heart to work harder to supply oxygen to the body, especially the brain.

-High blood pressure, migraine and headache (See above) instead of a pill, again. 🙂

-Weakened immune system and increased susceptibility to infections.

Water is in the body as an important means of transport. Only with enough water in the body can toxins, metabolic waste products, unmasked cancer cells, harmful bacteria or even superfluous minerals and vitamins be quickly eliminated. I could go on all day. What I’m getting at is clear, isn’t it?

Why not start the day with a new routine? With a big glass of water. After all, the body has been dehydrated for 8 hours. And store a reminder in the mobile phone every 1-2 hours.

And then drink a glass of water… You figured that out on your own, right? 🙂

Do a search on the web: Drink timer app.

Until next time.

Stay strong.


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