Water flush is the term used at Optimum Health to refer to drinking enough water to cause one to urinate several times in a row. This will, in effect, rinse the blood and kidneys of many toxins. This is extremely helpful when a person is doing the total body detoxification process.
Directions for Water Flush:
Drink 24 to 32 ounces of water in 30 minutes. This means that you have to guzzle your water. As you begin to urinate notice if you begin to feel better. If you begin to get a headache that increases in pain as you drink, STOP THE WATER FLUSHING and seek professional assistance.
Who Should Do a Water Flush?
Determining who should do a water flush is the responsibility of a qualified health professional as there are many reasons why a person may not be able to drink large amounts of water quickly. The possibilities are too detailed to discuss here.
Unless otherwise advised by your physician, drinking half your weight in water is what is normally recommended to prevent dehydration.
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Definition of Water flushing: Related Topics
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