The adoption of the "view shift" (new paradigm) dictates that chronic pains of the body that cannot be easily explained as injury or infection should first and foremost be interpreted as signals of chronic water shortage in the area where pain is registered - a local thirst.
These pain signals should be first considered and excluded as primary indicators for dehydration of the human body before any other complicated procedures are forced on the patient. Non-infectious "recurring" or chronic pains should be viewed as indicators of body thirst.
Pain is a sensation that denotes local chemical changes in the area around the nerves that monitor the acid/alkali balance. The mechanism is designed to safeguard against a buildup of excess acid from metabolism that could "burn" and eat into the cell membranes and the inner structures of the cells in the arena. When water is not available to wash the acidic toxic waste of metabolism, the nerve ending sense the change and report it to the brain's pain centers.
Up to a point, the brain suppresses the sensation to let the corrective processes silently deal with the problem. There comes a time when that silence has to be broken and the conscious mind warned of the water shortage.
When the significance of pain as an emergency thirst signal is not recognized, the intensity of pain increases until movement and mobility of the area is affected - to prevent the production of additional toxic waste.
Not recognizing the phenomenon of pain for what it is - a sophisticated, localized thirst signal of the human body - undoubtedly produces complicated problems when treating these conditions. It is all too easy to assume these signals to be complications of serious disease processes and to treat them with toxic chemicals and complicated procedures.
Although water by itself will alleviate the conditions, medications or invasive diagnostic procedures may be forced on the person. It is the responsibility of both patients and their doctors to be aware of the damage that chronic dehydration can cause in the human body.
The pains of dehydration include dyspeptic(stomach) pain , rheumatoid arthritis pain, anginal pain (heart pain on walking, or even at rest), low back pain, intermittent claudication pain (leg pain on walking), migraine and hangover headaches, colitis pain and its associated constipation, and false appendicitis pain.
This new paradigm dictates that these pains should be treated with a regular adjustment to daily water intake, first. No less than two and a half quarts (two and half liters) in 24 hours should be taken for a few days prior to the regular use of analgesics or other pain-relieving medications such as anti-histamines or antacids - well before permanent local or general damage can establish and reach an irreversible disease status.
If the problem has persisted for many years, those who wist to test the pain-relieving property of water should make sure their kidneys can make sufficient urine so that they do not retain too much water in the body. Urine output should be measured against water intake. With increase in water intake, urine output should also increase.
This new understanding of the physiology of pain production in dehydration will shed light on complicated disease conditions in present and future medical research. It will expose as detrimental to the human body the long-term use of pain relief medication (analgesics) for silencing a cardinal signal of chronic and localized dehydration of the human body.
Analgesics can cause fatal side effects, apart from the damage that is caused by the ongoing dehydration that is temporarily silenced without removing the root cause of these pains signals - dehydration. Often these analgesics cause gastrointestinal bleeding. Later stage is cancer. A few thousand people die every year from this complication of frequent analgesic intake. Over-the-counter painkillers tablets/liquid can in some people cause liver and kidney damage and act as people killers.
The scientific background for the above views is available to scientists in pain research This blog is intended to brush aside the professional resistance of the countries medical associations and the National Institute of health which are aware of this findings and have, contrary to their medical oath (do not harm) and obligations (reverse injuries and public education) to society, refused to propagate it to the ultimate benefit of the general public.
The view shift (new paradigm ) on the role of water in the human body can work wonders in the present and future practice of clinical medicine, which is why these professional bodies, who gain financially&&& from the perpetuation of their former ignorance, have not engage in the dissemination of information about the problems associated with lack of sufficient water in the human body. You can help by promoting this view shift or share this blog site (http://theinnozablog.blogspot.com ) with ALL your contacts and doctors.
The moment medical professionals adopt this paradigm shift, the present form of "ignorance-of-the-human-body-based medical practice" will transform to a thoughtful, preventive approach to health care. More importantly, simple physiology-based cures to early disease emergence will become available well before irreversible pathology can establish.
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