Migraine Prevention – Part 5 – Water & Salt

Are you tired of hearing about water – the arguments over how important it really is, & how much water you should drink? Everyone knows some facts about water: that it has a simple formula (H2O) & covers more than 2/3 of the earth’s surface. But that does not mean the subject is trivial or that you know everything there is to know about it… Water can do more for you than you can imagine. And it is key to migraine headache prevention.

How Important Is Water?

Most of your body is water — salt water, to be accurate. To keep your body functioning well, you need water & salt on a regular basis. Right. Water is needed to ensure adequate volume inside your cells. Salt is needed to control the water outside your cells & in circulation.

With sufficient water in your body, all the parts of your body have the raw materials they need, the freedom of movement to carry out chemical reactions, & the ease of ridding themselves of waste.

What Does Water Do?

Water is a solvent & transporter — it carries oxygen & removes various wastes from the body. But water has more than a mechanical role in the body. It is an active participant in body chemistry. By example, it is essential in the breakdown of proteins & fats.

Can’t You Just Drink When You Get Thirsty?

No. As you get older, you lose your ability to know when you need water. You can be dehydrated — short many glasses of water — & not know it.

But Being Thirsty Isn’t Serious, Is It?

Being dehydrated on a long-term basis has the effect of strangling crucial processes throughout your body. This may cause most of the diseases of the human body — as well as producing serious pain (including migraines).

How Does Dehydration Cause Pain?

Without adequate water to flush them away, acidic waste products build up in your cells. There is more. The acid irritates your nerve endings, sending pain messages to the brain. Dehydration can lead to migraines.

So Drinking More Water Will Change My Life?

It could make a surprising 😮 change for the better… Chances are you will digest your food better, sleep better, have fewer aches & pain — for starters. Long-term benefits can include a reduction in migraines.

Do you know that the majority of (non-impact) injury is likely due to dehydration? How much water do you really need to be hydrated? What kind of water should you drink? How much? How much salt? Avoid a Migraine, Stop a Migraine answers these questions, & gives a simple 5 step plan to stop & stop your migraines. Click on http://www.avoidamigraine.com

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Sandra Spewock Feder is a writer, a former research chemist, & a former migraine sufferer. She developed a simple, natural system to stop migraines & stop them. If she can feel better now than she can ever remember feeling, so can you.