If we begin to just listen to our bodies I think we might find the answers much more quickly. Pain is the language your body uses to tell you what it needs. Rather than shutting it down as quickly as possible, getting to the root cause will help us to resolve it rather than just manage it. There’s a big difference there.
According to Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj, who wrote numerous books on the subject over 22 years, one of the most common underlying causes of pain and disease is dehydration. He explained:
“When the gradually dehydrating body begins to malfunction and manifest its water shortage, we label these symptoms and signs of the body’s regional and local drought as diseases or syndromes of unknown origin.
And since the discovery of DNA structure, we now blame genes for a patient’s health problems, obviously not realizing that when any cell begins to dry up and get damaged from inside, the nucleus in that cell, and its DNA structure, are not exempt from the process.”
Could it be that until we provide the basics – including the proper amount of water to keep our cells hydrated – we won’t be truly healthy? Could it be possible that just by increasing water intake we could resolve some stubborn health issues that medications haven’t been able to?
Would you consider increasing your water intake before resorting to medications or other treatments?
Do you think it could be as easy as drinking water?
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