Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Hot Flashes due to Dehydration

The human body natural cycle for waste elimination cycle is from 4am to 12 noon.

Yes, the nerve sensors of the human face receive the same attention for their circulation as do the cells of the human brain because they are directly involved with information gathering. At their brain side, they are connected to the serotonin-regulated nerve system that, at the same time, has a regulatory role in the hormonal balance of the human body. The level of trytophan and serotonin activity in the human body is directly influence by the regulatory role of water.

Elderly citizens take note: Because of the age-dependent loss of thirst sensation and the establishment of persistent dehydration, at some point or other in your life, the hormonal balance of the human body will automatically become affected by the same dehydration. Keep a time table to remind ourselves to re hydrate is good habit.

In women, this hormonal imbalance will eventually lead to symptom-producing menopause and its hallmark of hot flashes. Due to ignorance of water functions in the human body among the mainstream medicine, drugs are prescribed to the women and caused further hormonal imbalance cycles and other symptoms surface and more drugs were given. Poor people suffered unnecessary due to public trust.

Historically, some women are known for having given birth to a child when they were in their seventies (70s). It is therefore feasible that there is no hard-and-fast rule to the age in which menopause is established. With the right lifestyle and balanced nutrition, raw fruits and vegetables, it may be possible, if it is not too late, to delay menopause and alleviate its symptoms.

To treat hot flashes, men or women, you need to hydrate the human body well. Drink 10% of your own daily water-quota (31.42 ml multiply by your present body weight(kg)).Use 1/4 teaspoon of sea-salt for every 1250 ml water use in your daily diet.
You need to take a balanced amino acids diet that enhances the serotonin activity of the human brain.

You also need to take vitamin B6 as a supplement. Vitamin B6 is directly involved in the conversion of the amino acids: tryptophan to serotonin, melatonin, tryptamine, and indolamine; tyrosine to dopa, dopamine, noradrenaline, and adrenaline; histidine to histamine. Ensure you eat more fresh fruits and vegetables first, because without the base basic ingredients , all supplements in the markets cannot work in your body. Beware of the sales tout of "supplement your SUPPLEMENTS".

These mentioned neurotransmitters are vital for balancing the hormonal functions of our human body, as well as its water-intake regulation. Dehydrated people are all vitamin B6- and zinc- deficient. Water deficient is the first cause and worst cause of many diseases. The addition of 100 milligrams of B6 to your daily diet will prevent HOT FLASHES and alleviate Pre-Menstrual Syndrome (PMS). This prudent precaution will also correct a range of other problems too extensive to discuss here. In short, the human body is adapting to survival modes when water and nutrients are shortage.


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iggy montreal said...

Excellent read. I drank lots of water during menopause, and suffered only a little. However, 5 years later, I am starting to get hot flashes, and I didn't know that my "thirst meter" was wearing out, so I never thought I was thirsty, but started getting flashes. I have started upping my water intake and I feel a huge improvement in my body within the last 24 hours. Thanks for the read, and also taking the "hot flash" stigma off menopause.... it is a generalized symptom of dehydration for both sexes at any age.

Its ME said...

Hi iggy montreal, i am glad for you. Keep Moving Forward. All the best to you and family, too. Love from me. Hugs.