At NaturalCures.com we’ve always known that water was the perfect natural cure for a headache. But now a team of scientists agrees with us!
Researchers from the University of Maastricht, in the Netherlands have concluded that sipping water can reduce the severity of headaches and migraines, reducing the need for painkillers and all their nasty side-effects.
Water is the perfect natural cure
Lead researcher Dr Mark Spigt and his team recruited more than 100 patients who frequently suffered from severe or mild headaches. The patients were told how to avoid stress, improve their sleep and avoid caffeine.
Half of the patients were also instructed to drink 1.5 liters of water a day for three months on top of their normal liquid intake. The results, published in the journal, Family Practice showed that the water-drinking headache patients benefitted the most.
The conclusion is that drinking around seven glasses of water a day is enough to ease pain and improve the quality of life for patients who regularly suffer from headaches.
We know only too well how poor the quality of tap water can be too – chock-full of contaminants that attack our health, causing numerous diseases and illnesses.
But it isn’t often the case that we can actually see just how polluted it is. Not until now, that is. If you have a strong stomach you might like to watch the video below, which shows the overflow tray of a 12-stage water filtration device. We guarantee that if you see the footage, you’ll whole-heartedly agree with what we’ve been recommending at NaturalCures.com from the beginning – that you should fit a reputable water filter.
Otherwise it really doesn’t bear thinking about what you might be drinking – heavy metals, parasites, bacteria, drug residues, dirt, dust, urine contamination, even fecal matter. Surely that’s enough to kill anyone’s thirst for tap water.
Here at natural cures we recommend reverse osmosis water filtration. Members can log in then clickhere for more information.
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