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Distilled Water Curing Headaches

Brain & Nervous System | Last Active: May 21, 2022 | Replies (4)

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I drink it all day, every day. It has kept the headaches at bay. This month, I tried mixing in some spring water because I constantly feel dry mouthed, but the headaches came back within a day instead of withing a few days even. No doctor understands it. I have been a medical mystery for four years. It probably won't change now, but I keep trying to identify problems!

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Well, I'm just going to have to buy some. If my new steamer iron needs it then I should too! lol

All kidding aside. I will try this but I am leery about the coconut water. And here is why:
"Oxidation is a natural process that occurs when oxygen interacts with cells of any kind. For example, you can see the result of oxidation when apple slices (exposed to oxygen) turn brown, or when a cut finger becomes inflamed. Atoms that have been exposed to oxygen will “break” and end up with unpaired electrons, creating unstable molecules, called free radicals.

“We have a baseline exposure to free radicals just by being alive, breathing oxygen and metabolizing our food,” says Talbott, who adds, “From the oxygen that is used to convert our food into energy, two to three percent of that oxygen converts into free radicals — it just comes with the territory.”

Having too many free radicals in our body, however, can damage DNA and cell membranes, resulting in tissue damage that leads to chronic diseases and conditions that become more common as we age, including arthritis, vision loss, heart disease, cancer and dementia.

Sources that generate problematic free radicals include:

Cigarette smoke
Air pollution
Car exhaust
Excessive exposure to sunlight
Poor diet
Pesticides and toxins in food and water
Excessive consumption of alcohol

Antioxidants are protective molecules that can prevent or slow cell damage. As the “good guys,” antioxidants can inactivate a free radical so that it cannot cause cellular damage. Natural antioxidants are found in fruits and vegetables, and the most common dietary antioxidants are vitamins A, C, E, beta-carotene and lycopene. Synthetic forms of antioxidants can be found in supplements.

“Oxidative balance is the proper balance between free radicals, or ‘damaging’ molecules, and antioxidants, which are ‘protective’ molecules,” says Talbott."

I know that this sounds easy to do but it's not. And as much as we don't want the gov't telling us what to do with our bodies we also need some guidance with this. I wish that these antioxidants were regulated. If I put vit C on my face and eat a lot of fruit and take vit C and then agin in my one a day am I overdoing it?