What Happens When You Drink Water Right After Waking Up

The human body is more than 60% water. So it’s no brainer that we need to consume lots of it, and not only to quench our thirst. Scientists agree that drinking water right after waking up can help in the cure of various kinds of diseases.

Drinking water on an empty stomach has been found to be very successful in Japan, where doctors use it to treat numerous diseases, including: Diabetes, arthritis, headache, heart beating fast, epilepsy, bronchitis asthma, diarrhea, vomiting, urine and kidney diseases. Drinking water also promotes good eye health, improving vision and prevents fatigue.

They encourage their patients to: 1) Drink 4 glasses of water (4 x 8oz) immediately after waking up, even before brushing teeth, then follow these steps: 2) Don’t eat yet anything for about 45 minutes after drinking the water. However, you can brush your teeth.

3) After eating breakfast, lunch and dinner do not drink or eat anything for another 2 hours.

Those who practice this routine will enjoy the full benefit of healthy life. The list below describes the number of days it takes practicing this method for curing or improving certain kinds of diseases, according to Daily Nutrition News:

1. Diabetes – 30 days 2. High blood pressure – 30 days 3. Constipation – 10 days 4. Gastric – 10 days 5. TB – 90 days

6. Arthritis – 3 days

In order to keep these diseases from re-emerging, patients must continue practicing this treatment method on a daily basis. This routine has no side effects, however at the beginning of treatment you may have to urinate a few times. I’m sure you’ll rather take a few extra trips to the bathroom than suffering from any of these diseases.

For people unable to drink 4 glasses of water due to illness or age they suggest to gradually increase the content little by little each day.

On top of curing a wide range of diseases, water can also help control calories. For years, dieters have been drinking lots of water as a weight loss strategy. So, drink water, stay healthy, active and Happy!

H/T: Daily Nutrition News

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