Prophylaxis of chronic diseases
Apr 24, 2018
Recent research has shown that besides dissolving the necessary substances and delivering them to cells, water in the human body performs many other functions. In particular, it participates in the process of hydrolysis and in all metabolic processes. The movement of water through the cell membranes can generate hydroelectric energy, which is subsequently converted and stored in the body in the form of guanosine triphosphate( GTP) and adenosine triphosphate( ATP).In the future, ATP and GTP are used by the body in more simple exchange processes, in particular, in the process of neurotransmission.
With the help of water in cells, a certain structure is formed, used by the body as a binder for the construction of new cells. It is able, like glue, to fasten more solid elements in the cell membrane. At a high total body temperature, this substance can achieve a consistency of ice. Other substances produced by nerve cells, with the participation of water, reach the nerve endings, passing them signals coming from the brain. In addition, enzymes and proteins perform their functions in the body much more efficiently if the viscosity of organic liquids is negligible. In the solution of increased viscosity, for example, in the blood during dehydration, the effectiveness of these substances is reduced.
From all that has been said above, we can conclude: water is intended to regulate any function of the human body, including the activity of the substances dissolved in it, delivered to the cells. Thus, the new "water" theory for medicine says: water, being a natural natural solvent, is able to regulate all the functions of the human body, including the activity of substances dissolved in it, carried throughout the body. If there is not enough water in the body, it "includes" a special economy regime in accordance with the program laid down in it.
Now it becomes clear how and why the histamine-driven neurotransmitter system is activated and includes other dependent systems that stimulate water intake and redistribute the already available amount. In particular, this mechanism can involve water from alternative sources, that is, taking a part of the liquid directly from the cells. In this case, the norms of histamine production and storage are increased for the rational use of water in an organism suffering from its lack, which results in a corresponding increase in the percentage of kinin and prostaglandin causing pain when they come into contact with sensitive nerve endings.
The changes described above usually occur with aging, which, however, does not give us the right to consider dry mouth to be the only sign of thirst or dehydration. The fact is that with an increase in histamine production other "regulators" of water become more active, which causes a person allergic reactions, bronchial asthma or chronic pain in different parts of the body. And if you approach the described symptoms from the point of view of the "water" theory, they should be classified as indirect signs of thirst.
Thus, chronic pain, which can not be explained by trauma or infection, should be considered as signals of local dehydration. On phenomena of this kind, you need to pay attention in the first place, even before the patient starts taking medication or undergoing a course of complex medical procedures. Disregard for the signals of the nervous system, as a rule, leads to difficulties in the treatment of many ailments. And to consider such pain as a sign of complication of diseases is simply unacceptable: in this case the doctor undertakes to "treat" dehydration, although the morbid state of the body can be eliminated with the help of ordinary water.
Among the pains of this kind( or from the point of view of the "water" theory of body signals about water shortage) include dyspeptic pain, pain in colitis, rheumatoid arthritis, constipation, intermittent claudication, migraine, pain in the sacrum and lower back, headaches after taking alcoholand anginal pain in the heart during exercise.
Supporters of the "water" theory suggest treating the above-mentioned painful conditions with the regular use of ordinary water. The therapeutic dose of this "medicine" should be at least 2.5 liters per day. This regime should be observed for several days: it will replace the use of antihistamines, antacids, analgesics and other painkillers. However, treatment with water must begin at the earliest stages of the disease, without waiting for the process to become irreversible and pain become a disease.
If the disease has been developing for many years, one who wants to try water treatment should be firmly sure that his kidneys will cope with increased water stress. Otherwise, swelling may occur, which will be difficult to get rid of. To avoid unpleasant consequences, you need to make sure that the amount of water you drink increases the amount of urine that is separated. As for analgesics and other pain relievers, they will not only not be able to solve the problem of dehydration, but will also give a lot of side effects that affect health no less negatively than chronic dehydration itself.