1. Water prevents and helps to cure heartburn.
2. Water prevents and helps to cure arthritis.
3. Water prevents and helps to cure back pain.
4. Water prevents and helps to cure angina.
5. Water prevents and helps to cure migraines.
6. Water prevents and helps to cure colitis.
7. Water and salt prevent and helps to cure asthma.
8. Water prevents and helps to cure high blood pressure.
9. Water prevents and helps to cure early adult-onset diabetes.
10. Water lowers blood cholesterol.
“I truly am a missionary. And I have no commercial interest in selling water. I don’t even tell people to go buy designer water. I have no ulterior motive other than truth.”
I did not invent water. I only discovered its importance to health and wellbeing. As a doctor, I ask you to give water a try.”
“Understanding dehydration will empower you to become much healthier and you will be able to become your own healer.”
“The information on dehydration is ground-breaking. The explanation I have been able to put together will educate the public about dehydration. And basically it will turn everyone into a healer of their own bodies. And they are in turn become healers for others around them. This is how information is spread so far.”
– A New Medical Discovery
“Medical professionals of today do not understand the vital roles of water in the human body. Medications are palliatives. They are not designed to cure the degenerative disease of the human body.
The current practice of clinical medicine is based on the application of pharmacological chemistry to the human body. At the medical school, more than six hundred teaching hours are allocated to the use of pharmaceutical products. Only a few hours are allocated to instructions on diet and nutrition.
The simple true is that dehydration can cause diseases. Everyone knows that water is good for the body. They seem not to know how essential it is to one’s well-being. They do not know what happens to the body if it does not receive its daily need of water.”
“We misinterpret thirst signals as pain, and treat them with drugs which silence instead of cure the problem. Because dehydration eventually causes loss of some functions, the various signals given by water distribution system regulators during severe and lasting dehydration have been translated as indicators of unknown disease conditions of the body. I discovered that histamine is a vital chemical messenger in the brain. Histamine has a most important function not written about in medical textbooks. It is in charge of water intake and drought management in the body. It is less active when the body is fully hydrated, and becomes increasingly active when the body becomes dehydrated.
To hush the body’s call for water by masking the symptoms with drugs is like turning out the dashboard light that signal us that our car is about to overheat.”
“Every function inside the body is regulated by and depends on water. Water must be available to carry vital elements, oxygen, hormones, and chemical massages to all parts of the body. Without sufficient water to wet all parts equally, some more remote parts of the body will not receive the vital elements that water supplies. Without sufficient water to constantly wet all parts, your body’s drought-management system kicks into action. The histamine-directed chemical messenger systems are activated to arrange a new, low quota of water for the drought-stricken area. When histamine and its subordinate “drought managers” come across pain-sensing nerves, they cause pain. This is why dehydration produces pain as its first alarm signal. If the dehydration persists and is not corrected naturally with water, it becomes symptom-producing and, in time, develops into a disease condition.”
– Your Body’s Many Cries for Water
“The human body is composed of 25 percent solid matter and 75 percent water. Brian tissue is 85 percent water. When we starve body cells of water, they start to complain – and set up may adverse reactions.”
“Dry mouth is not the only sign of dehydration and waiting to get thirty is wrong. Pain in the body is a crisis call of the body for water. Thirst should be prevented. When body does not receive enough water and you have pain that is a sign of dehydration.”
“Chronic pain of the body which cannot easily be explained as injuries or infection should first and foremost be interpreted as signal of chronic water shortage in the area where the pain is registered. These pain signals should first be considered and excluded as primary indicators for dehydration of the body before any other complicated procedures are forced on the patient.”
“Once you understand how the human body works, the wonderful simplicity of water as a free and permanently available choice of medication for so many health problem begins to make sense.”
“I have to abandon some of my past learning and build a new landscape for the science of medicine in the future. Medicine has based its understanding that it is a solid matter in the body that regulates all functions of the body. I have explained scientifically at the molecular level that it is water that regulates all functions of the body including functions of solid matter. Without water, this solid matter is absolutely useless. It is water that energize and activates the solid matter. 75 percent of our bodies are composed of water. The brain is 85 percent water. Now if the solid matter is not active without water therefore water is more important than solid matter. And if you don’t take enough of water then some function of the body will begin to suffer. I am talking about system disturbance – dehydration produces multi-system upheaval.”
“This is new information based on science. It is simple information. The origin, design, of the human body is made on simple events. Integrating these simple events has producing an integrated body but the foundation of it is simplicity is based on water. Water is what it needs. The medical community has spent 100 years of money and time researching the solid matter. If they spent a quarter as much time and one tenth as much money on investigating dehydration, we will become a much healthier nation.”
– Interview with PhenomeNews
The human body is about 75 percent water and 25percent solid matter. The brain is said to be 85 percent water and is extremely sensitive to any dehydration or depletion of its water content. The brain is bathed constantly in salty cerebrospinal fluid. The water content of the body is called the solvent, and the solid matter that is dissolved in the water is called the solute.
It is water (solvent) that regulates all the functions of the body, including the action of all the solid (solutes) that water carries around.
The role of water in the body of all living species, human included, has not changed since the earliest creation of life in water. When life on land became an objective – the stressful adventure beyond – a gradually refined body-water-preservation system and drought-management system had to be created. In other words, the body began to adapt to transient dehydration. Over time, this drought – management process became permanent – and currently exists in the body of modern humans.
When human body are under stress or confronting situations that may be perceived as stressful, the physiological translation of that stress reflects a water-dwelling species ventured beyond their water supply. A similar process for rationing water reserves and an anticipated limited future supply becomes the responsibility of a complex system in the body. This multi-system water-distribution process remains in operation until the body receives unmistakable signals that it has once more gained access to an adequate water supply.
The chemical understanding of the human body brought about an almost total concentration of research into the detailed molecular composition and minute fluctuation of the solid matter in the body. Thus a chemical-pharmaceutical perception of human body too shape, resulting gin the development of the “medical-industrial system.” Adherence to the understanding that it is primarily the body solid composition that governs all its functions has produced much misinformation and has contribute to the present chaotic status of medicine.
The Flaw in the above approach to understanding the body lies in the fact that even with all our amassed knowledge, the human body is still an almost unknown structure. We know no more than 10 percent of how the body functions and it is integrated chemically.
The whole structure of modern medicine is built on the pitifully flawed premise that dry mouth is the only sign of dehydration. This false premise is responsible for the lack of understanding about various painful health problems that result in premature death to many millions of people.
Water is too important to the body to signal its shortage only through the experience of a dry mouth. The human body has many other sophisticated signals to indicate when it is short of water. The body can suffer from deep dehydration with-out showing a dry mouth. Dehydration produces severe symptoms, even to the point of causing life-threatening crises.
Dry mouth is one of the very last indicators of dehydration of the body. By the time dry mouth becomes an indicator of water shortage; many delicate functions of the body have been shut down and prepared for deletion. This is exactly how the aging process is established – through a loss of enzyme function. A dehydrated body loses sophistication and versatility.
We have always looked for a drug solution to throw at a health concern. We have not succeeded at limiting these health concerns; rather, we have constantly expanded the list and thrown more drugs at them. We have truly caused a costly chaos in the name of modern medicine, with no end in sight. We now have significant problems that beg urgent solutions.
The solutions to the present human-made and drug-industry-protected health problems of society can only be physiology-based. Understanding the molecular physiology of dehydration will restructure the future practice of clinical medicine. It will cause a fundamental paradigm change in the science of medicines. By showing the way to enhance the natural healing powers of the body within the discipline of physiology, the pharmaceutical approach to our present health problems will be completely replaced. The primary focus in medicine will become disease prevention rather than its protracted, cost-intensive, and invasive treatment protocols.
Source: Water: For Health, for Healing, for Life by Dr. F. Batmanghelidj