If You Are Constantly
Feeling Tired, You May Be Dehydrated.
Most of us have Unintentional Chronic Dehydration (UCD) and we don't even know!
When a person suffers from a chronic illness, it's actually just a signal that our body is 'thirsty'!
However, most of us don't look to water as a medicine. We just drink it because we are thirsty and we need to drink.
Imagine, when you get a raging cold and your nose is running like wild horses. What comes to mind? To stop it immediately with powerful medicines? or to drink water?
Lack of water leads to dehydration; it is a condition that occurs when you don't have enough water in your body to carry out normal functions. Most of us are not aware that even mild dehydration can drain your energy and make you tired.
So, if you are constantly feeling tired, you may be dehydrated!
This dehydrated state can cause a chain reaction leading to chronic diseases. This is an important fact, as it is also our health solution because water cures all diseases!
Dr. F. Batmaghelidj’s, author of "Water for Health, for Healing, for Life: You're Not Sick, You're Thirsty!", has years of research and investigation into the benefits of drinking water for good health and keeping us pain free.
Dr. B's pioneering basis of water cure demonstrated that Unintentional Chronic Dehydration (UCD) causes many degenerative illnesses as well as pain. These degenerative illnesses can be prevented and treated by drinking more water on a regular basis.
Basically, we get sick because our body is 'thirsty'.
You may think you drink a lot of water or that you don't feel thirsty. The dehydrated state that Dr. B suggest is beyond that thirsty feeling!
However, before you go loading up on water, lets understand how you can also apply these simple water healing therapy at home and reap the full benefits of drinking water.
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