One of the top 5 conversations I have with people on any given day is about headaches and migraines. I have come to believe that our society believes headaches and migraines are the norm, and we just have to accept them as a way of life. Every so often, I ll hear a TV advertisement about aspirin, or some pharmaceutical drug to relieve a headache or migraine. More shocking than all of the advertisements is the truly simple answer that most people can get from doing ONE simple thing.
Drinking the correct amount of the right kind of water is life changing! When asked how much water they drink, most people exclaim they drink “a lot” or “a ton”. What those 2 words REALLY mean is that people have NO idea how much water they drink in a day.
Measuring out, in equal amounts, the correct amount of water makes the difference between a headache, migraine, constipation, brain fog, acne, dry skin or none of those symptoms! Lack of hydration causes all of those symptoms. How can that be true you may ask?
Try this: Upon waking in the morning, before eating or drinking anything else, consume 32 oz of slightly warm water, with a pinch of Pink Himalayan Salt. The Pink salt provides all the necessary minerals the body uses during the day and at night, while we sleep. You may experience very good, productive elimination, almost immediately.
If you CHANGE NOTHING ELSE in your diet or lifestyle, and your elimination becomes daily, productive, and removes other symptoms out of your life, it is impossible to ignore the idea that quality water may be the answer!
Before lunch, and before dinner, consume an additional
32 oz of water. You may want to add an additional pinch of Pink Himalayan Salt to each of the additional waters you consume during the day. Personally, I try not to consume more an 1 teaspoon pink salt total in a 24 hour period.
The goal for water intake should be right around 96 oz (32oz x 3), and it should be separated out throughout the day, not consumed all at one sitting. The goal for each day is to consume 1/2 oz per pound of body weight. a 150 lb. person would want to consume 75 oz, adding a bit more water for exercise. If a person weighs more or less, the amount of daily water intake would need to be adjusted.
There are a plethora of studies done by companies, universities, or scientific research for just about anything and everything. Who funds these studies? Is the information accurate? My best source for accurate information is seeing my own cause and effect, and hearing what works for others.
I challenge you to try this water experiment on yourself for a week. Change nothing else, so you can pinpoint exactly what is