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Your body's many cries for water : don't treat thirst with medications : body thirst signals and damages of chronic dehydration are explained : a preventive and self-education manual for those who prefer to adhere to the logic of the natural and the simple in medicine

Author: F Batmanghelidj
Publisher: Falls Church, VA : Global Health Solutions, [1992] ©1992
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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F. Batmanghelidj, M.D., has identified the crisis calls of the body for water--pain, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and more. He has discovered the key to a longer, healthier, and more vigorous life. He shares with you his medical breakthrough that many people put their minds and bodies under intolerable and unecessary stress and become sick simply because they do not  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: F Batmanghelidj
ISBN: 0962994227 9780962994227
OCLC Number: 26577073
Description: 147 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Don't treat thirst with medication --
Why "medicine" doesn't cure disease ; The basics ; The paradigm that needs to be changed ; The source of error in medicine --
The new paradigm ; Water regulation at different stages of life ; It should be thoroughly understood ; Water has other important properties ; Dehydration and some chronic pains --
Dyspeptic pain ; Colitis pain ; False appendicitis pain --
Rheumatoid arthritis pain ; Low back pain ; Neck pain ; Headaches --
Stress and depression ; The initially silent compensation mechanisms associated with dehydration ; Endorphins, cortisone, prolactin, and vasopressin ; Alcohol ; Renin-angiotensin activity ; Renin-angiotensin system --
High blood pressure ; Water shortage : potentials for hypertension --
Higher blood cholesterol ; Heart and lungs, the first organs in line of concentrated blood ; Testimonials that will make you ponder ; Are you overweight? --
Asthma and allergies --
Some metabolic aspects of dehydration ; Insulin-independent diabetes ; Tryptophan and diabetes ; Insulin-dependent diabetes ; New ideas on AIDS ; The unfolding of events in AIDS research --
The simplest of treatments in medicine ; Hopes for curing already established disease ; The health care system and our responsibilities ; Cost savings to the nation.
Other Titles: Cries for water
Responsibility: by F. Batmanghelidj, M.D.

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F. Batmanghelidj, M.D., has identified the crisis calls of the body for water--pain, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and more. He has discovered the key to a longer, healthier, and more vigorous life. He shares with you his medical breakthrough that many people put their minds and bodies under intolerable and unecessary stress and become sick simply because they do not drink enough water. Unintentional dehydration leads to illness and painful, degenerative diseases that can be prevented, treated, and cure by drinking plenty of water.--Publisher's description.

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