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Water Remedies

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Water - Home remedy for Bulimia: It may sound rather simple but drinking plenty of water can really help as a natural cure for bulimia. Drinking plenty of water particularly before or around meal times can help.

Water - Home remedy for Headaches: Try drinking four 8-ounce glasses of water. (4 glasses - it does not have to be exact). The most common cause of headache is dehydration. A headache is your body's warning sign of letting you know that there is something wrong with you. If you are not sure whether you are dehydrated or not, just have a look at the colour of your urine. If it is a dark yellowish colour that is a good indication of dehydration. Some medications do cause urine to become a darker colour.

Water – Home remedy for Menstrual Cramps: Swimming can lessen menstrual flow and lessen cramps. Taking a warm bath also helps lessen heavy menstrual flow. The warm water will alleviate lower abdomen pain and relax the muscles. Water in a bath or in a pool has a natural calming effect on the entire body.

Water - Home remedy for Mumps: Boil some water and take several sips throughout the day. This will help get rid of the swelling that comes with mumps.

Water - Home remedy for Sunburn: Brief baths, showers and towel compresses can help to keep the sunburn cool and hydrated. The temperature of the water should be cool to lukewarm. Water that is too hot can strip the natural oils of the skin.

Water - Home remedy for Syphilis: Drinking a lot of water helps in controlling the syphilis and getting rid of the bacteria.

Water - Home remedy for Urethritis: Drink plenty of water as it can flush the toxins out of the body.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications


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