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It Is Chronic Dehydration That Causes Pain and Disease In The Body.

Research has shown that water can be successfully applied to prevent and cure heartburn, arthritis, back pain, angina, migraines, colitis, asthma, high blood pressure, and early-adult-onset diabetes. Water can be used to lower blood cholesterol, cure depression, loss of libido, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, lupus, multiple sclerosis, and muscular dystrophy. Most pains in our bodies are a result of dehydration and should be treated with water first unless, of course, the pain is a result of physical injury or hereditary abnormalities.

It is best to get used to water from the tap as it is the most readily available. Quite often, people who drink only bottled water will run out or not have it available and dehydration will begin again. However, it is still preferable to drink filtered or purified water whenever possible. Up to 1/4 teaspoon of salt taken each day in food or by itself will help in rehydrating the body and decrease most pains.

One cup of water should be taken 1/2 hour before each meal to get the digestive juices ready for processing the solids going into the stomach. About 2 1/2 hours after each meal drink another 1 - 2 cups of water. If the water just passes through to quickly, you may need a little more salt in order for the water to rehydrate the cells of the body instead of passing out. Also drink more water when doing strenuous work or exercise.

You must understand that your doctor needs to make money. If everyone were well, your doctors income would decrease substantially, and so would the drug company incomes. Many doctors are now becoming more knowledgable on alternative forms of healing but most still do not understand the importance of water in helping heal most any ailment.

For more specific information, Read the Book: Your Body's Many Cries for Water by Dr. Batmanghelidj, M.D.

Visit the watercure website for more general information.

Visit the Water information site for more links.

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