RE: How to hydrate? - Discussion
RE: How to hydrate?
|How to hydrate?||Fiber||5/13/19 3:35 AM|
|RE: How to hydrate?||Fiber||5/23/19 6:14 PM|
|RE: How to hydrate?||Z .||5/23/19 8:43 PM|
|RE: How to hydrate?||Daniel M. Ingram||5/25/19 3:05 PM|
Fiber, modified 3 Years ago at 5/13/19 3:35 AM
Created 3 Years ago at 5/13/19 3:35 AM
How to hydrate?Posts: 6 Join Date: 5/13/19 Recent Posts
I'm aware this might sound strange, but how do I hydrate myself? I drink a lot of water but it just passes through. It's not like I feel particularly dry inside, body seems like a blank space i need to specifically tune into. Intravenous saline (NaCl 0,9%) drips have an immediate positive, almost euphoric effect on my mood and cognition, that's why I suspect I'm chronically dehydrated? I also noticed that vitamin C, niacin and alpha-lipolic acid make me saner and more aware of my body. Any comments on that?
Fiber, modified 3 Years ago at 5/23/19 6:14 PM
Created 3 Years ago at 5/23/19 6:14 PM
RE: How to hydrate?Posts: 6 Join Date: 5/13/19 Recent Posts
Home-made electrolytes work -- google "Snake Juice", buy some in the drug store or make some yourself with OTC ingridients, you can find details regarding mixing on wikipedia. Combining with vitamin C makes my mind really clear. I also recommend https://biologyofkundalini.com/ -- great resource, a lot to digest though.
Z , modified 3 Years ago at 5/23/19 8:43 PM
Created 3 Years ago at 5/23/19 8:43 PM
RE: How to hydrate?Posts: 201 Join Date: 3/16/18 Recent Posts
Difficulties with regulating water intake could be a sign of several different medical conditions. I would consult a doctor or endocrinologist if possible.
Daniel M Ingram, modified 3 Years ago at 5/25/19 3:05 PM
Created 3 Years ago at 5/25/19 3:05 PM
RE: How to hydrate?Posts: 3254 Join Date: 4/20/09 Recent Posts
I agree that consulting a medical professional is warranted. Diabetes and many other conditions might produce the symptoms you describe.