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Your Body's Many Cries for Water (1992)
Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0962994235, Paperback)As a result of extensive research into the role of water in the body, the author, a medical doctor, believes that he has found chronic dehydration to be the cause of many conditions including asthma, allergies, arthritis, angina, migraine headaches, hypertension, raised cholesterol, chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, depression, and diabetes in the elderly.
According to Dr. Batmanghelidj, the body possesses many different thirst signals. A dry mouth is not a reliable indicator of your body's water needs. He describes a variety of more reliable ones, and helps you learn to understand when your body is calling for water. In this way, he claims you can prevent, treat, and cure a variety of conditions of ill health, at no cost, with what he calls nature's miracle medicine: Water. The author explains how much water one needs to drink a day to stay healthy, and why tea, coffee, and sodas are not good substitutes for water.
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Based on his extensive research on water metabolism in the human body, Dr. F. Batmanghelidj reveals his ground breaking discovery that unintentional dehydration is the root cause of many painful degenerative diseases such as asthma, allergies, hypertension, excess body weight, and some emotional problems including depression. This book offers documented proof of the miraculous healing power of water in disease prevention and their cure. This easy-to-read book is your ideal guide to the new art of healing. You will learn how to use water to: -- Prevent and reverse premature aging -- Eliminate pains including heartburn, back pain, arthritis, angina, and migraine headaches -- Cure asthma in a few days, naturally and forever -- Cure hypertension without diuretics or other medication -- Lose weight effortlessly and naturally without strict dieting -- Control your blood pressure naturally and prevent sudden heart attacks.
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