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Hydration: A NEW PARADIGM
By Paul Harris, Ph.D.

The Three Stages of Water Regulation - Part 2

The Three Stages of Water Regulation
The Multiple Role of Water
Dyspeptic Pain and Water
Low Back Pain & Water Uptake
Dehydration and Compensation Mechanisms
The Sleeper Phenomenon
How to Use Hydrate 1

According to Dr. Batmanghelidj, water regulation is divided into three different stages during one's lifetime. The first stage of life is the life of a fetus in the uterus of the mother. The second stage occurs approximately between the ages of 18 to 25---when full height is attained. The third stage is from adulthood to death. Dr. Batmanghelidj points out that dehydration begins at an early age, and becomes chronic due to a gradually failing thirst sensation. With aging, the intracellular water content diminishes to the point that the ratio of the volume of water inside the cell, compared to extra-cellular water, changes from a figure of l.0 to almost 0.8. This is a significant change. Since our daily consumption of water directly contributes to cellular function, the decrease in our intake affects the quality of cellular activity. The end result is chronic dehydration, which contributes to disease symptoms. In many cases, these symptoms are the direct result of a water shortage in the body. Frequently, these symptoms are treated with medications, ignoring the body's cry for water.

The Three Stages of Water Regulation
The Multiple Role of Water
Dyspeptic Pain and Water
Low Back Pain & Water Uptake
Dehydration and Compensation Mechanisms
The Sleeper Phenomenon
How to Use Hydrate 1

 


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