4modudensWater is the primary prerequisite for life. It is the universal solvent. Water creates the necessary biochemical environment for the body to transport necessary substances from one place to another and to remove toxins from the organism.

There are about 96,000 animal species in the world. To quench their thirst, they all consume water. And only humans consume whatever is available. It is debatable which is the lesser evil to drink: compote, lemonade, tea, cocoa, or coffee. What to give to a child, juice or tea. But, if you do not drink water, nature puts everything in its place. The consequences are more diseases, serious diagnoses at younger ages. The most modern medical equipment and the most expensive drugs will not help if you do not drink water because water is everywhere. Our hearts consist of 75% water, brains – 75%, livers - 70%, bones - 22%, muscles - 75%, tendons – 76%, fats - 20%, cartilages – 85%, lungs 86%, blood and kidneys each 83%.

 

What does water shortage in the body cause?
 
    A lack of water slows down some functions in the body until they stop altogether.

    A person produces 1-1.5 liters of saliva daily. If there is not enough water, there will be less saliva, and as a result, food will be processed worse.

    It is a common myth that drinking more water makes the kidneys work harder. On the contrary, reducing the amount of water makes kidney function more difficult and increases the load on the liver.

    Dehydration hinders self-cleansing and promotes the accumulation of toxic deposits.

    When the body experiences a lack of water, a person feels it more as hunger and increases the craving for sweets.

    Smoking promotes the removal of water from the body.

    Caffeine and alcohol dehydrate the body. Therefore, try to drink a glass of water before consuming them. By the way, when alcohol is metabolized in the body, it produces a toxic substance – acetaldehyde, which is 30 times more toxic than alcohol itself. This substance is also the cause of hangovers. The more water you drink, the faster acetaldehyde will be removed from the body.

 

Symptoms of water shortage in the body

    Headaches. This is the first symptom of water shortage, as the brain consists of 75% water.

    Constipation. When the body receives too little water, it tries to obtain it from all possible sources, including the content of the intestines, especially the colon.

    When the volume of fluid decreases, the body's ability to remove toxins weakens. These toxins are then expelled in another way – through the skin.

    Attention concentration weakens, and fatigue is observed. If the body is saturated with metabolic end products and there is not enough water to remove them from the intestines, a person feels it as a lack of energy.

    Coating on the tongue. Unpleasant smell from the mouth.

    Dry mouth. This is the third degree of water shortage. Saliva moisturizes the mouth. A lack of water reduces saliva secretion.

    Muscle spasms. This happens if not enough oxygen reaches through the circulatory system.

    Dry skin. Without water, the skin loses its elasticity.

 

Consequences of water shortage

The consequences of water shortage are hypoxia and intoxication, which can end fatally. This briefly states the importance of water.

More than 50% of diseases are related to a lack of water in one way or another. Dry hair, dry skin, cracking, and stiff joints that do not bend well, dehydration of the eye lenses (cataracts), stones in the gallbladder and kidneys, etc. In school chemistry, it was taught that if the concentration of salts in a solution is high, they precipitate. The more water we add to the solution, the lower the concentration. Similarly, with hydrochloric acid found in our stomach. The stomach secretes acid as much as necessary and no more, but if the water concentration is low, cells will start to die. Patients complain that they have a stomach ulcer, increased acid amount. But in reality, there is a lack of water. It is necessary to drink quality water in sufficient quantities. It should be added that drinking water is just one of the factors to avoid stomach ulcers, the main factor is the use of adequate nutrition.

Human urine should be almost odorless. If urine has an unpleasant aroma, it means there is a water deficit in the body. If a person sweats and the sweat has a pronounced smell (toxicodermia), it means that one should drink water, not use deodorants. A huge amount of toxins that dissolve only in water exits through sweat with lymph. If the water you drink contains impurities, the kidneys must first purify it from water, spending time and a lot of energy because only with clean water can toxins be removed. If toxins are not removed, some of them remain in the blood plasma, where their amount increases, leading to intoxication.

According to the World Health Organization data, 80% of infectious diseases are transmitted through water. About 500 million people fall ill from contaminated water annually. Water can contain more than 13,000 toxic elements. Many medications we use (antibiotics, contraceptives, painkillers, etc.), even analgin, can retain biological activity for a very long time. Even passing through sewage and wastewater treatment plants – they return to us again.

 

What water is not recommended to drink?

  Ξ  Tap water. It contains a lot of chlorine, which destroys everything alive, including immune cells and good bacteria. Boiling does not remove chlorine but turns it into an insoluble compound, which is no less harmful. Therefore, before use, water should be kept in an open container for a day to allow chlorine to evaporate.

  Ξ Water from untested sources. These are wells, artesian wells. Groundwater may be contaminated with various toxic substances, for example, from waste sites. These can be residues of pesticides used in agriculture, etc.

  Ξ Water from rivers and lakes. Water from open water bodies almost always contains a large number of bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms. From all places where its temperature is higher than +80C

  Ξ Water from filters. From filters whose expiration date has passed, because bacteria can multiply and the effect will be the opposite - not purify but contaminate. Moreover, filters usually do not purify water from chlorine.

  Ξ Carbonated water. Water is carbonated by adding carbon dioxide CO2. Carbonic acid makes the body's liquid environment more acidic. As a result, it creates an environment conducive to diseases.

  Ξ It is advisable to avoid sweet and sparkling liquids. Sugar promotes the reduction of water in vital organs – the brain, liver, blocks enzymes, suppresses the activity of good bacteria, promotes the growth of fungi.

  Ξ It is undesirable to drink flavored teas for a long time. There is a high probability that such teas will have added chemically synthesized essences, for example, butyl acetate of acetic acid (also used in the production of paint). It is harmful to health.

 

What drinking water should not be

  Ω If there are other substances between water molecules, it is no longer water, but a solution. Mechanical water purification is not enough.

  Ω Magnetized water washes out minerals.

  Ω If water is hard, it will cause kidney stones.

  Ω If water is positively charged - it will take away energy.

  Ω If water is acidic (oxidation-reduction potential from 0 to +400 mV or more) - it will take away calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium from hair, bones (osteoporosis), muscles, internal organs, hormonal system.

  Ω If water has high surface tension, it will be difficult for such water to be assimilated by the body.

  Ω If we use mineral water, deposits will form in the joints and not only because the minerals are in an inorganic form. Mineral water should be used only as directed by a doctor.

 
Water structure
The structure of water is the arrangement of water molecules that form clusters and can be carriers of information. Clusters are like memory cells. Any living organism in the world, as well as plants, during their lifetime, strive to structure the water that enters from the outside. Moreover, a lot of cell energy is spent on this. Only in this way is the unified bioenergetic informational environment of a living organism formed. All the liquid in the body is structured. Only in such a state can the body conduct energetic impulses. Although the water molecule is overall electrically neutral, it is a dipole. One end is predominantly positive, while the other is negative. Dipoles are capable of organizing connections when one molecule with a negatively charged end attracts another molecule's positively charged end. A hydrogen bond is formed. Thus, water is a substance that, due to its structure, can receive and transmit information, provided that it is in a certain informational phase state. Many factors can influence the structure of water.

Freezing water and thawing it breaks its structure into small clusters, making it easier to structure.

If you are interested in structuring water, familiarize yourself with the research of Austrian scientist Viktor Schauberger (1885—1958) and German scientist Alois Gruber.

 

Water surface tension
Water surface tension is the degree of association of molecules with each other. This parameter determines the possibilities of water assimilation in the body. The surface tension of tap water is about 73 dyn/cm2, but in intercellular fluid, it is 43 dyn/cm2. It is known that laundry washes better in warm water. This is because heating water reduces its surface tension. Laundry detergent can further reduce surface tension or make water softer, thereby increasing water permeability, as a result, it is easier to wash dirt from laundry. High surface tension is characteristic of cooled drinks from the refrigerator, especially carbonated ones, they poorly quench thirst because such water needs your energy and time to warm up. Such water will start to be absorbed only in the colon along with its content, passing through the intestines for 5 – 8 meters. It is different with alcohol. Since it has low surface tension, absorption already starts in the mouth and stomach. A person begins to feel drunk. Unlike ordinary water, ''living water'' (low mineralized, warm, negatively charged, with low surface tension) similarly starts to be absorbed in the mouth and further in the small intestine. It is especially useful in hot weather for quenching thirst.
 
 
Alkaline water
Water does not directly make the body more alkaline. However, water dilutes and removes acids, resulting in a more alkaline internal environment of the body. By changing its properties, water can make blood thinner and in critical situations even save lives. Used long-term, such water helps in the treatment of atherosclerosis because alkaline water more easily washes fats from blood vessels, similar to how greasy dishes are washed with soda (alkali), the dishes are degreased. As soon as we consume acid-forming foods or drinks, fats in blood vessels solidify. If the body's internal environment is acidic, lacks enzymes (the person consumes ''dead'' food) and lacks water, the consequences can be a heart attack, stroke, thrombosis, PE (pulmonary artery thromboembolism), etc. This is the most common cause of death, both in Latvia and worldwide.
 
 
Silver water
Since ancient times, it has been known that water from silver vessels has bactericidal and antiviral properties, acting as a natural antibiotic against more than 300 types of bacteria, including staphylococci and helicobacteria. Silver ions enter the water in small amounts, and overdosing is not possible, but not all silver is harmless. To make it easier for manufacturers to produce silver products, alloying elements such as lead and cadmium are added to silver. If these products are not used for electrolysis, there is no problem, but if they are used for electrolysis, for example, in hydrogen generators, the separated heavy metal ions from the added silver alloy enter the water. Heavy metals are very poorly removed from the body and are carcinogenic. The only metal that does not release ions is platinum. If these plates intended for electrolysis are coated with platinum in several layers, there is no problem, only it is technically very difficult to do.

Colloidal silver solution water is widely used in medicine. The mechanism of action is as follows - silver ions easily penetrate intercellular space and cells affected by bacteria, block their respiratory functions and nutrient entry. Healthy cells of the organism are not harmed.

 

H2 free hydrogen generators
Now available are not only stationary but also various sizes of mobile free hydrogen generators with proton exchange membranes and even pocket-sized ones, which make water negatively charged, changing its ORP. Free hydrogen is the best antioxidant because the hydrogen molecule can pass through the cell membrane and neutralize free radicals, which are active forms of oxygen. An increased amount of free hydrogen in water promotes better oxygen absorption in cells.

Our body's cells, which were exposed to free radicals and lost one of their paired electrons, are given back. A replacement reaction occurs. This means that these cells will not die in the near future, as would have been the case if the replacement had not happened. By using negatively charged water daily, you will preserve millions of cells and even without changing anything else in life, you will extend your lifespan by many years. It should be added that, for example, 80% of our blood erythrocytes feed on the energy of free electrons.

It should be noted that when choosing such devices, attention should be paid to the electrodes being coated with titanium and platinum, not just made of aluminum, as in the cheap fakes, which are dangerous to health.

 

Medications enter the water
Hundreds of pharmaceutical companies worldwide produce hundreds of tons of various medications. People consume them. Unfortunately, nothing disappears completely. Almost half of the medications pass through the human body entirely unchanged, in a biologically active form. They reach sewage treatment plants through the sewage system, easily pass through them, end up in rivers, lakes, and the sea, as well as groundwater, from where they also enter drinking water. Thus, they return to humans in a cycle and continue to act, causing countless problems: hormonal disorders, infertility, damage to the intestinal microflora, etc.

Even in the rivers of the Alps, considered very clean, medication residues have been found. These include antibiotics, preparations for the cardiovascular system, epilepsy, contraceptives, sleeping pills, hormonal steroids, anti-obesity drugs, ibuprofen, etc. Due to Covid-19, a huge amount of disinfectants entered the environment, it's frightening to comprehend how much.

It must be understood that any medication can potentially be toxic. All medications interfere with the body's metabolism and complicate its functioning. The aging process is accelerated. To a greater or lesser extent, an impact is left on the brain cells neurons. This means that over time a person becomes more dull-witted.

This topic is not widely discussed not because the problem is not current, but because the analysis of these substances in water at low concentrations is very expensive.

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                                                      Water

In nature, there is no miracle cure that can heal all diseases, yet if one had to be named, quality water would come closest. We know very little about water, but water is the cradle of life. Quality water is one of the guarantees of our good health. The cells of the human body live in intercellular fluid (an adult has about 50 liters), which is in constant motion. From this fluid, cells select their nutrients, obtain oxygen, and expel metabolic waste products, which are then transported through lymphatic drainage channels to the intestines and expelled from the body. The faster this process occurs, the quicker the body rids itself of waste. For cells to be healthy and protected from diseases, the expulsion of waste is even more important than intake because every cell (there are 100 trillion living cells in the body) needs to eat, work, and expel waste, which can only be done with water. At birth, a child's weight is more than 90% water. For an adult, it's 75%, and for an elderly person, only 65%. Over the years, we "dry out" much like a grape becomes a raisin. Therefore, to delay the aging process, we must drink water. If quality drinking water is not consumed, it will not be possible to improve health with other means.

 
Why should we drink water?
For every kilogram of weight, a person following a traditional modern diet should drink 30-35 ml of water daily. If not, the blood will thicken, and kidney function, or the amount of urine expelled, will decrease. As the amount of water decreases, blood thickens, increasing the rate of respiration, arterial blood pressure, the amount of bilirubin, and the level of hemoglobin in the blood. This indicates hypoxia in the cells. Meanwhile, a decrease in the amount of urine expelled shifts the pH towards the acidic side, disrupts liver function, and may increase temperature, sugar levels, bilirubin, and leukocyte count. This, in turn, indicates intoxication. With both hypoxia and intoxication worsening simultaneously, death can occur.
 
 
What happens if the body lacks water?
    1%: If your body has lost such an amount of water, thirst begins. For example, if a person weighs 100 kg, it can be calculated that 0.7 liters of water have been lost, as a person is made up of 70% water.

    2%: Appetite decreases, anxiety sets in, and work performance drops.

    4%: Nausea, fatigue, headaches, and emotional instability occur.

    6%: Coordination and speech disturbances.

    10%: Thermoregulation is disrupted, and cells die.

    11%: Drinking water doesn't help, and the body's chemical balance is disturbed. Professional medical help is needed.

    20%: Death can occur.

Knowing your weight, everyone can calculate their lost amount of water.

 
About the importance of water
Unfortunately, modern medicine pays very little attention to this factor. No analysis in diagnostic centers determines the degree of dehydration (dehydration) of the body.

When a person loses water, its deficit is distributed as follows. Firstly, the interior of cells suffers - moisture within the cell decreases. This accounts for 60% of the total water deficit in the body. 22% of the water deficit is related to the intercellular fluid, and only 8% to blood plasma. Our blood provides homeostasis - the body's ability to actively adapt to various conditions, maintaining practically constant vital indicators. As the amount of water in the blood decreases, performing these functions becomes difficult. Various symptoms appear, such as increased blood pressure, dry mouth, a desire to drink water while eating, intoxication, excess weight, etc. This indicates a pronounced lack of water in cells and tissues throughout the body. Unfortunately, this deficit cannot be remedied by drinking water. Even drinking water regularly for a week won't work. It's a long process and takes about almost a year to balance water throughout the body.

 

Water is the basic condition of life!
  Water ensures the transportation of all substances in the body.

  Water helps to expel metabolic by-products from oxidation processes, the ‘acidic’ side effects, from the body.

  Without water, breathing is not possible.

  Water is necessary for the production of all kinds of hormones.

  Helps relieve fatigue and restores sleep (water is necessary for the production of the sleep hormone melatonin).

  It is the best and most effective remedy for constipation.

  Water is the best toning drink because it has no side effects.

  Adequate amounts of water in the body make the skin smoother and slow down aging.

  Water acts as a solvent for many nutrients, as well as maintains metabolic and assimilation processes.

  One of the basic conditions for immune system efficiency is enough water.

  Can help reduce stress, depression, and anxiety.

  Water helps avoid diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, multiple sclerosis, as well as memory disorders in old age.

  Water is one of the preventive measures against glaucoma.

  Dehydration in the body promotes the formation of toxic deposits in the body, but water promotes their expulsion.

  A water deficit in the body rapidly reduces the formation of sex hormones and is one of the main causes of impotence.

  It is the most effective weight loss tool. If you drink enough water, you won't eat when you want to drink, but only when you are truly hungry.

  The use of water helps distinguish thirst from hunger.

  It thins the blood, protects the heart and other arterial blood vessels from blockages, and helps avoid heart attacks and strokes.

  Water normalizes the function of the blood-forming system in the bone marrow.

  Improves human work performance, including concentration.

  Water protects DNA from damage.

  Water improves the ability of red blood cells to absorb oxygen in the lungs.

  Water helps to expel toxins from various parts of the body, transporting them to the liver and kidneys for further expulsion from the body.

  Helps get rid of harmful habits: alcohol consumption, smoking, coffee drinking, etc.

  In the spinal intervertebral discs, water forms cushioning water pads (nucleus pulposus).

  Water is the main lubricant in joint spaces, helping to prevent arthritis.

  Water is the main element in the body's thermoregulation.

 

What is ORP (Oxidation Reduction Potential)?
Oxidation and reduction are interrelated processes. If one substance oxidizes, another inevitably reduces. If a substance gives away (loses) its electrons, it becomes positively charged – meaning it oxidizes. Conversely, if a substance gains (adds to itself) electrons and becomes negatively charged – it reduces. The electrical potential difference between substances is also ORP, and it is measured in millivolts.
 
 
What kind of water is best to drink?
Water should have a high dissolved molecular hydrogen content, with free electrons, meaning it has a negative ORP and low surface tension. Such water with a negative ORP is a powerful antioxidant containing free electrons. These are donated to damaged cells, which have had an electron taken away by free radicals, allowing these cells to live out their allotted time. As a result, incorrect cell division and errors that may arise are prevented. Accumulation of errors in cells is a cause of rapid aging and the development of oncology. Water with the aforementioned properties is one of the trump cards of centenarians.

Drink water that is similar to that in our cells. The water ingested will stay in the stomach and intestines until it becomes alkaline, that is, negatively charged. The intercellular fluid is alkaline, the cell's internal fluid is more acidic, and ions from a more alkaline solution need to move to a less alkaline solution in the cells. This requires cellular energy. For water to become alkaline, the body saturates it with its minerals magnesium, calcium, sodium, and potassium because while water is acidic, not a single drop of ingested water can reach the intercellular fluid until it becomes alkaline. The intercellular fluid is negatively charged (about -100 mV). Positively charged water (tap water +250 mV) cannot enter the cell until it becomes negatively charged at least -50 mV. ‘Living’ water is possible when the hydrogen pH indicator is above 7.0, and ORP is with a minus sign. When ‘dead’ water enters the body, the body revitalizes it using its oxygen, giving its electrical charge, minerals, and warmth. Only then can water reach the intercellular fluid.

For example, with the help of baking soda, it's quick to make water alkaline, but such water is ‘dead’ and has little benefit. It's also important that water is not hard because if there are many calcium carbonate and other inorganic minerals, fatty acids dissolve poorly. In an acidic environment, when calcium carbonate mixes with fats, it deposits on the walls of blood vessels. Kidney stones form in the kidneys. Cells need neither hard water nor highly mineralized water. Soft and minimally mineralized water is required. Minerals should be of organic origin, not from rocks, that is, in inorganic form. Only plants can convert inorganic minerals into organic or colloidal form, that is, in a form soluble in water.

 

Why is it not advisable to drink tap water?
Tap water often contains chlorine, which destroys our nerve cells and kills good bacteria, and also increases the risk of cancer. Chloroform, a carcin ogen, forms in chlorinated water. To reduce the amount of chlorine in tap water, it should be left to stand in an open container for 24 hours, periodically stirring it, as chlorine is a gas that evaporates. Water filters cannot remove gas. Boiling water does not eliminate chlorine but converts it into an insoluble compound that is still toxic to the body.

Tap water is also energetically contaminated. Studies show it accumulates information, for example, passing through home water pipes, it collects negative energy from the surroundings. Water, traveling a long and winding path through pipes (often near sewage pipes), becomes energetically contaminated; its structure is disrupted, or the bonds between molecules are broken, drastically reducing its ability to participate in metabolic reactions. Large water molecule clusters (clusters) cannot pass through cell membranes due to their size, so the body spends its energy to structure the water, and this ability decreases over the years. In a healthy body, only structured water is present in cells and tissues.

 
Why should you not drink boiled water?
Boiled water is dead water because it contains little oxygen, but without oxygen, there is no life. For example, if fish are placed in water that has been boiled, they cannot live. Boiling water starts to break down its crystalline lattice, calcium, and magnesium settle in sediments, which cells cannot use. Many might have noticed that over time, the inside of a kettle becomes covered with hard-to-remove deposits. These are organic minerals in the water that have turned into insoluble inorganic minerals when the kettle is heated above +65°C. The human body can no longer use them; only plants can, converting them back into organic form, that is, into chelates.

 

Distilled Water
There's a belief that distilled water leaches minerals from the body. Yes, it does, but it should be added that these are inorganic minerals that neither animal nor human bodies can use. To utilize them, minerals must go through plants and be converted into the ionic or colloidal form. Distilled water never leaches organic minerals from the body but helps to expel only inorganic ones. If your diet is rich in organic minerals, there will never be a problem.

If water contains organic minerals, such as forest spring water, when surface minerals are washed into it, that's a bonus because it makes it easier to charge the water negatively. Only negatively charged water can be absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract because the inner lining of the intestines is positively charged. As known, cells do not have pumps; all metabolism occurs thanks to the difference in electrical charges – like charges repel, but different charges attract. The ideal option would be to structure and negatively charge the water with special devices before drinking. Then the body will not need to spend minerals and cell energy to structure and negatively charge the water.

 

Is it permissible to use mineral waters for a long time?
Daily, low-mineralized water should be used because minerals of rock origin deposit in the body. Mineral waters should be used only in the form of a therapeutic course.

 

Why should you not drink sweetened carbonated drinks?
Our blood always has an alkaline environment of pH 7.43. This is one of the most important indicators of the body's health. If this number decreases by 0.01, a person suffers from unrest, anxiety, insomnia, depression, and a craving for alcohol, drugs, nicotine. As it decreases further, the body becomes a favorable environment for parasites (fungi, bacteria, worms, viruses). As the level continues to decrease, we face many of today's popular diseases – fungal diseases, osteoporosis, cancer, etc. If it drops to pH 7.0, death can occur with a diagnosis, for example, of acute cardiovascular insufficiency. The first aid is usually the intravenous administration of physiological saline (0.9% NaCl).

Sweet carbonated drinks have a pH of about 2.5, so our pH will shift towards the acidic side when we drink them. To neutralize the acid and release the bound oxygen (in an acidic environment, oxygen is bound and therefore our cells have nothing to breathe), we need calcium, potassium, magnesium, sodium. These are the main minerals for restoring the acid-base balance. And, if there is not enough of these microelements in the blood, the body will take them from teeth (caries), bones (osteoporosis), nails, and blood vessels (atherosclerosis). The brain is about 90% water. Such drinks do not reach there, only pure structured water does. Moreover, these drinks are added with colorants and flavor enhancers, sugar, or even artificial sweeteners. Drinking all this, a person resembles a walking filter.

 

Why is it not recommended to drink juices from tetra packs?
Most often, they are made from juice concentrate, diluting it with water. And it is naive to believe that you will get natural vitamins. In reality, you get chemically synthesized citric acid, sweeteners, chemical preservatives, stabilizers, synthetic colorants, etc. Why should we further increase the already huge toxic load? The body spends a lot of energy to convert and assimilate this ‘juice.’ Therefore, only freshly squeezed juices should be drunk.
 
 
How much water should be drunk during the day?
Experts recommend at least 1.5 liters of water a day. The amount of fluid needed daily can be calculated using the formula: 30 ml multiplied by your body weight. The amount of water to be drunk depends on our diet. If we consume meat, fish, eggs, a large amount of sweets, canned goods, then more water should be used because processing these products produces many different toxins, which can only be dissolved in water. If you eat a lot of vegetables and fruits, drink less.

 

When should you drink more?

  • According to the intensity of physical exertion.

  • Of course, drink more in hot weather because a lot of water is expelled with sweat. Drink more in cold weather too, as a lot of water evaporates while breathing.

  • Drink well before a long flight. If you have heartburn, drink more water, the acid will not be so concentrated. If your urine smells unpleasant, it means it is very concentrated, drink more water. High urine concentration is also one of the causes of kidney stones (crystallized salts). Drink more when you have the flu and other virus-induced illnesses, as well as if you have diarrhea.

 

Do kidneys feel better if you drink a lot of water?
Kidneys love thin blood. They don't have to strain to retain water, then toxins are more expelled from the body. If you drink little, the body takes water from cells, and the risk of diseases increases because the sodium in the blood makes all cells give water to the blood. This signal is also received by osmo receptors located in the brain's hypothalamus, where the antidiuretic hormone ADH is produced, which causes the kidneys to retain water and reduce urine production. As a result, we begin to feel thirsty. If we drink enough water, osmoreceptors do not produce ADH, so the kidneys work at full capacity, and the person feels the need to urinate. To make the kidneys feel comfortable, it would be advisable to drink a little after each urination. Compote, tea, coffee, juice, lemonade, unlike pure water, are solutions. Therefore, for the body to obtain water, it must be purified. This is a time-consuming process that consumes a lot of biological resources.
 
 
When do you feel thirsty?
Thirst arises when the body has already lost almost 1% of its weight. This means if you weigh 70 kg and feel thirsty, you have already lost 700 ml of water. But do we drink that much? At best, one cup. As a result, we suffer from chronic water shortage. The brain cells are most sensitive to water shortage. The first sign of fluid deficiency is fatigue.
 
 
Tea and coffee are not water!
There's a mistaken belief that if you regularly consume tea and coffee, you can drink less. In reality, all this is food. Moreover, coffee promotes water loss but not assimilation. If herbal tea is properly brewed (poured with water up to +65°C), it enriches the body with minerals, but drinking coffee consumes the body's most important microelements: calcium, potassium, sodium, magnesium, which are used to neutralize lactic acid.
 
 
Is water a natural appetite suppressant?
Often, a feeling of hunger is the body signaling a lack of water. Since the body is made up of 70% water, this ratio should also be maintained when eating and drinking. The mistake is that we have gotten used to replacing water with calorie-rich foods – juice, tea, lemonade, kvass, alcohol, etc. The more we consume calorie-rich nutrition, the faster the body wears out.
 
 
Why should you not drink during meals?
Food that enters the stomach should only be moistened with saliva, not drowned in water. To swallow food faster, modern fast-paced people wash it down with water. This is a very bad habit. Food is not fully processed, neither by saliva nor by stomach enzymes, and fermentation and putrefaction processes begin in the intestines, resulting in the release of toxins such as indole and skatole. It is possible to drink, for example, juice or wine during meals. Water should be drunk 20 minutes before eating and 1.5 – 2 hours after eating.
 
 
Does drinking water provide more immediate energy?
Studies have shown that if an athlete drinks more than he wants, he drastically increases his endurance. Why? If the main task of food is to provide the body with energy, then the main carrier of it is water, in all chemical reactions that occur in the body, water is needed.

Brain cells use hydro energy the most. They use this energy to communicate with each other. When the body starts to lack water, thirst appears, water leaves the cells, and energy is not produced. Therefore, a glass of water, after two minutes, frees us from apathy and fatigue, but eating a piece of chocolate or bread, we will receive energy after a longer time. Food does not give quick and tonic effects, but water with appropriate physical and chemical properties does. If the brain cells mainly receive only food instead of water, it is a path to diseases.

 
What diseases threaten if you drink little water?
Here are some of them - excess weight, diabetes, hypertension, depression, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, tumors, cataracts. Drinking a sufficient amount of quality water reduces the possibility of heart attacks and strokes by 40%, reduces the risk of heart attack. Under conditions of water deficit, the body first reduces some of its functions, then proceeds to the dismantling of some structures; thus, with type 2 diabetes reducing insulin production, the body has no other alternative to solve this water shortage in the body.

Water reduces headaches. One of the causes of headaches is a lack of oxygen in the brain cells, but water is a carrier of oxygen. The second cause is an increase in the level of acids inside the body – it is one of the signs of dehydration. Drinking water dilutes acids, neutralizes them, and evacuates them.

 
Why should you be careful when using water filters?
In everyday life, filters with an absorbent – activated charcoal – are most often used. But it is important not to interrupt its use. If, for example, it is not used for a month, microorganisms multiply, and as a result, such filters further contaminate the water. In fact, if filters are not used, their service life ends faster than the instructions indicate.
 
 
Why is thawed water healthy?
Because the structure of just thawed water is similar to the structure of cell water, as freezing water disrupts its previous structure, water breaks down into small microclusters and is easily restructured. Moreover, when water is frozen, many impurities present in it settle out upon thawing.
 
 
Do not drink hot water
It is strictly forbidden to drink water with a temperature above +40°C. If you drink +60°C hot water, you will instantly destroy the cells of the esophagus and stomach that produce hydrochloric acid. The temperature of the tea should be such that the finger dipped into it does not have to be quickly pulled out. For this reason, some people suffer from gastritis with reduced gastric juice secretion. If there is no secretion, there is no digestion.
 
Physical and chemical properties of water
pH characterizes the energy and activity of hydrogen (the acidity or alkalinity of water), because the ‘acidic’ water you drink, the faster you age and the more you get sick. Remember that pH for carbonated sweetened drinks is approximately 3.0, for tap water – pH is 5.0 – 6.0, for carbonated mineral water pH is 5.5, but in blood, pH must be strictly constant at 7.43.

Oxidation Reduction Potential ORP characterizes how quickly oxidation processes occur in the body, similar to how rust consumes metal in nature. ORP indicates the number of electrons and the energetic potential of water, the higher this indicator, the faster the aging processes occur, and vital organs incompletely perform their functions. Converting such water consumes cell potential energy (each person is given a certain amount of cell energy from the cradle). Water with high ORP takes electrons from cells, thereby damaging them. ORP can be measured with a special ORP meter. Tap water has this number around +200 to +300 mV (millivolts). For example, in mother's milk, ORP is (minus) -70 mV, in the amniotic fluid where the child develops, it is minus -170 mV. Carbonated sweetened drinks have +400 mV and more. There are some places in the world where naturally occurring negatively charged water is found up to minus -700 mV. These are places where people are unfamiliar with today's most popular diseases and where there are many more centenarians. For example, it is the island of Okinawa in Japan, the Hunza valley in the north of Pakistan, and Vilcabamba in Ecuador (Vilcabamba Ecuador). Cells do not have any water pumps. Water exchange occurs based on the potential difference inside the cell and in the intercellular fluid. The more negative the ORP, the better the exchange occurs and the less cell membrane energy, or cell life energy, is spent to negatively charge the water. Cells do not get sick. Cells die when they run out of energy.

Water surface tension is the strength of the bond between water molecules, or, simply put, water is softer or harder. The higher this indicator, the more difficult the movement of nutrients and toxins through the cell membrane and intercellular fluid. Tap water has a surface tension of 73 dynes. In our body, it is 43 dynes. The lower the water surface tension, the less energy the body will have to spend to reduce it. Warm water has a lower indicator, so it better quenches thirst because it reaches the cells faster. But, for example, alcohol is absorbed already in the mouth and stomach because its surface tension is lower than that of the intercellular fluid. The more accessible softer water is to you, the better, but there are also special additives available to reduce water surface tension.

 
About water structure
Serious studies on water have been conducted by Japanese scientists, and it has been concluded - in nature, water molecules are arranged in a symmetrical pattern, resembling snowflakes. Such water is alive, but negative emotions energy, harsh noises, chemical compounds disrupt this molecular ornament and turn it into chaos. In plant cells, there is always structured water, as well as in melted snow, ice, and spring water. Spring water brought home does not change its structure for at least two weeks. Water's crystalline lattice is restored by classical music (for example, Vivaldi, Bach), prayer, and words spoken with love. To structure tap water, the human body has to spend a lot of energy and time. Water in plants and animals can only be structured.
 
 
What water should be used?
If your place of residence is not Okinawa Island, the Hunza valley, or Vilcabamba, but Latvia, you should not immediately fall into pessimism. Of course, with not so excellent parameters, relatively good water is also available to us. You need to search, conduct measurements, and improve water parameters. It would be best to use spring or well water rather than from artesian wells because water obtained deep from the ground will have minerals of inorganic origin, which means the body cannot use them. The ecological situation of the surroundings is also not insignificant. Chemists will say that obtaining alkaline water is very simple - add soda, and it's ready. That is true. Only this water will be very hard, and no entry into the cells will occur. For water to be simultaneously alkaline and soft, other additives are needed, and there are manufacturers that offer such.
 
 
It is important to drink water in the morning
During the night, our body loses about 400ml of water at the expense of organs that rest at night. These are the organs of the digestive system - the pancreas, gallbladder. In contrast, water reserves are preserved in vital organs - the heart, brain. In the morning, immediately after waking up, drinking two glasses of warm water not only wakes up and flushes the intestinal tract but also fills the organs that secrete digestive juices with water. The salivary glands are also filled with water. Therefore, the food eaten for breakfast is much better digested.

 

Learn to drink water!
Start your day with two glasses of warm water. To improve the water's properties, the simplest option is to add fresh lemon juice or special additives. The ideal option is to charge the water with a special free hydrogen generator equipped with proton exchange membranes, allowing the water to be charged in a few minutes up to -700mV and more (such devices are available in Latvia, but this website EKOMEDICINA to not become another internet advertising site, adheres to the principle of refraining from naming specific manufacturers or distributors and their coordinates).

When going to work, do not forget to take a water bottle with you and periodically drink throughout the day. Initially, you may have to force yourself to do it, but over time, you will do it voluntarily. In Latvia, compared to other countries, water is available everywhere and always. Respect water, keep it in a clean container, drink from beautiful glasses, do it with pleasure, there is nothing more valuable than water. If there is no water, there is no life. Drinking enough quality water, step by step, you will gain excellent health. A child is born with an innate reflex to drink before eating. Unfortunately, breastfeeding mothers do not understand or know this. Train children to drink water. If you give children something sweet to drink every time they are thirsty, they will never know how tasty water actually is.

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