History of Islamic Medicine 19

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People drink a lots of coffee, tea, and sodas containing caffeine, that prompts the human's body to lose water. More troubling is so happening such a when we are dehydrated, we do not know what to drink.
The answer is simple: drink water!
Water is pure liquid refreshment and accounts for a large amount of what makes everyone of us "human." The average 150 lb. adult organism contains 40 to 50 quarts of water. Almost 2/3rds of our body weight is "water weight":
* Bones is 22% water
* Blood is 83% water
* Brain is 74% water
* Muscles are 75% water
The Fountain of Beauty, Youth, Health, and Everything Else that's Good
Woman with a glass of waterThe source of life - Water - is necessary for your human's body to digest and absorb vitamins and nutrients. It as well detoxifies the liver and kidneys, and carries away garbage from the body. And when it comes to digestion . . . it is just not occur without water. Fibre only cannot aid ideal digestive function by itself. In fact, without water as its partner, fibre goes bad, results in constipation and terrible discomfort.
If you are dehydrated, your blood is literally thicker, and your organism has to push much harder to cause it to circulate. As a result, the brain becomes much less active, it is hard to concentrate, your body feels fatigued, and you simply "poop out."
Water - The Miracle Worker
Simple water -- when it is pure and without any contaminants -- is really a "wonder drug." Free of chemicals, additives, or anything and everything unnatural, a solid dose of 8 glasses of water a day (ideally half of a person's weight in ounces of water) will:
* Allow for proper Digestion
* Help to keep you more Alkaline
* Help You Lose Weight
* Improve Your Energy
* Increase Your Mental and Physical Performance
* Keep Skin Healthy, Beautiful and Glowing
* Remove Toxins & Waste Products from your body
* Reduce Headaches and Dizziness
Drinking Water is Heart-Healthy
The findings of a six-year clinical study of a large group of 20,000 healthy people men and women aged 38-100 in the May 1, 2002 American Journal of Epidemiology discover that women who drank five glasses of water a day or more got 41% relatively lower expectation to die of a heart attack during the study time than persons who drank two glasses or less. The protective influence of water was much greater in men.
Drinking Water and Weight Loss
Small girl drinking water Water is a well known and natural appetite suppressant, so developing a great water drinking habit can be a consistent aid in achieving and maintaining a decent weight. Doctor F. Batmanghelidj MD, author of "Your Body's Many Cries For Water" reports most times your "hunger" is your body begging for water - not food.
It's also extremely important to remember that when the person's organism is dehydrated, fat cells get "rubbery" and cannot be merely metabolized. This explains why it's harder to get rid of unwanted pounds when you don't drink your water.
Water and Your Skin
According to dr. F. Batmanghelidj MD, author of "Your Body's Many Cries For Water" our skin is a great indicator of dehydration. If the skin is nice and loose and smooth, then we are hydrated. If it becomes creasy and shriveled, it means dehydration. The crow's feet on the face of elderly people, that's a sign of dehydration. The turkey neck under the chin is a sign of dehydration. These are mentioned in my books, Your Body's Many Cries for Water, and also in my Water For Health, For Healing, For Life. I recommend everyone to read Water Cures, Drugs Kill, because in this book I've identified over 90 health problems that we in medicine have called disease, and yet water cures them.
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