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Our bodies consist of about 70 percent water. Therefore, dehydration is a serious condition. Water therapy treats ailments ranging from simple headache to stage 4 cancer.
What best quenches our thirst and refreshes our body, including all its functions, is water. Without water, we feel so dry that we can almost feel our bodies getting weaker.
Even the planet Earth is 70 percent water, and that goes to show how vital water is in our lives.
How Important Is Water?
Water is life. There’s a truth to this statement as nothing is more important to humans than water.
Dehydration kills. Once dehydrated, we lose energy and can even lose our lives.
In each process taking place in our bodies, from the rebuilding of our muscles to blood circulation to boosting digestion, and even to the beating of our hearts, one main component is needed, and this is water.
What Is Water Therapy?
Water Therapy is a natural way for us to cure any illness, including dehydration. Water therapy helps cure diseases without medication. This therapy encourages one to drink at least 0.4 gallons of water a day.
In Water Therapy, There Are Instructions to Strictly Follow
- One has to drink 0.4 gallons or 5-6 glasses of water as soon as they opens their eyes to a bright new day. That should be the very first thing one does before washing one’s face or even brushing teeth. If one is unable to drink the 5-6 glasses, one can always start small - with 3-4 glasses.
- It’s an alcohol-free night for you. One must have to wave those beer nights goodbye before deciding to benefit from water therapy.
As much as possible, meals and any other drinks should not be taken an hour before and after your morning water drink. Although some sources say that one can drink and eat normally within 45 minutes but after 15 mins of any meal, one should not drink anything within two hours.
- It would be best to drink 0.4 gallons of water at least thrice a day.
Water Therapy Discovery Treats 3,000 Prisoners
Tracing the origin of water therapy, it was first known as an ancient Ayurvedic medicine.
In Sanskrit, the name for the practice is Usha Paana Chikitsa, which roughly translates to “early morning water treatment.”
But 17 years ago, a doctor who was once a political prisoner in Iran, was able to discover the healing powers of water by treating 3,000 prisoners who were suffering from peptic ulcer.
Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, realized that dehydration had become the culprit for many chronic diseases. Thus, while in prison, he resorted to the only medicine available—water.
Right after his release, he dedicated his full attention to the study of dehydration and its negative effects and proved in his journals all the reasons our body cries for water.
Why Has Water Become a Magical Drink for Us?
Water has a soothing effect for almost, if not all, the people around.
And with just a glass of water, much satisfaction is achieved.
Water Therapy, however, does not require strict monitoring like medication intake.
There are countless reasons to love water therapy, and below are just 6 of them.
1. Water therapy can cure multiple diseases within few days like high blood pressure (30 days), Gastric (10), Diabetes (30), Constipation (10), Cancer (180) and Tuberculosis (90).
Water therapy helps in controlling anemia, paralysis, obesity, sinusitis, simple coughs and colds, leukemia, bronchitis, hyperacidity, gastroenteritis, irregular menstruation, headaches, and many other diseases.
2. Water balances your lymph system.
As stated above, water is one key factor to almost all processes that take place in the body. The fluid that circulates in your body goes through your lymph nodes that are responsible for filtering foreign particles. These lymph nodes support the proper functioning of your body too.
3. Water gives you glowing and healthier skin.
Say hello to the magical fountain of youth by just drinking water. Water is responsible for releasing the toxins in your blood, enabling you to renew your blood. Thus, aging is delayed and your skin is more moisturized.
4. Water helps you lose weight.
If you drink 0.5 L of cold water in the morning, you can speed up your metabolism by 24 percent and have a greater chance of losing weight. Your core temperature, responsible for heating up the cold water, is able to burn more calories then.
5. Water increases the production of new blood and muscle cells in our body.
90 percent of the blood inside our bodies is water. To produce new blood, our bodies need to create its liquid called plasma and to do this, one must drink a lot of water.
The intracellular osmolarity, in the case of muscle cells, happens when there is enough water in our bodies. The extra water enters into the muscles and increases muscle cell volume.
6. Drinking water first thing in the morning and on an empty stomach has a way of cleansing our colons.
Why in the morning? After about 6 to 8 hours of sleep, our bodies have fasted. And to best break a fast, we need to cleanse our colons with more than a glass of water. This way, it is better to absorb all the nutrients we got.
Hydration and Your Brain
Consisting about 85 percent of water, our brains are able to function really well.
But the main concern here is that, when the water which reaches our brains is impure, there are great chances of problems.
If, for instance, our brain carries a lot of toxins, we are prone to suffering mental disorders such as the chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer's disease, and mood imbalance.
Thus, there is a need to keep oneself hydrated to fill up your brain's water reservoir.
Hydration and Your Energy Levels
When feeling tired, energy boosters like coffee and sugar are not the best remedies, water is.
Coffee and sugar actually act as diuretics, thus allowing you to let go more of your body fluids, resulting in a downward spiral.
Water here acts as your main source of energy.
Do not wait until you are thirsty, because when you lose just about 5 percent of your body fluid, your energy level drops down to about 30 percent percent. This explains why those who are dehydrated are mostly half dead, half alive.
Water therapy cures without you having to spend much. But before you decide on undergoing water therapy, it is always best to consult your doctor.
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