Is Dehydration Linked to Asthma and Allergies cont.
Written by Dr. Sean Medlin and Dr. Krystal Czegus / Updated on August 15, 2018 / 0 comments
In addition, during times of chronic dehydration, the body will attempt to conserve water by preventing unnecessary water loss. A large amount of water is normally lost from the lungs as water vapor through expired air. Histamine, which also controls bronchial muscle contractions, may attempt to restrict water loss through expiration by constricting the bronchial muscles.
Mainstream medicine’s approach is to suppress the symptom; therefore, they give anti-histamines, which negate the bodies attempts to protect vital organ function. Regular anti-histamine use is now known to enhance cancer growth.
Optimizing hydration levels is one critical step in reducing the symptoms and overall prevalence of asthma and allergies as well as many other disorders. Be sure to drink pure, well-filtered (reverse osmosis/remineralized) water throughout the day. Ideally, one would continually saturate their cells with a steady intake of water, 4-8 oz every 15-30 minutes throughout the day with periodic breaks before and after meals. The addition of some pink salts loaded with trace minerals such as Himilayan Sea Salt will enhance the delivery of water into the cells and make up for any trace mineral imbalances or deficiencies.
Dr. Sean and Dr. Krystal inspire practice members and the community to take the necessary action to achieve your optimum state of health. They educate about the natural healing capabilities you possess and the importance of a healthy nervous system that is free from interference.
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