I've recently been doing a lot of reading on water therapy. It's a pretty simple protocol. Upon waking you drink 1.5 L of pure water, then you don't eat for at least 45 min after. Also, you're not supposed to drink 1-2 hours after you eat or while eating. Different protocols suggest different amounts throughout the day but most suggest an additional 1.5 L or more minimum. I personally am drinking up to 5-6 L as I do a lot of exercise. I think I've been mildly dehydrated for years and I'm seeing some nice changes already, one of them being that my chronic sinus congestion has all of a sudden cleared up within days.
Then reason I wanted to post this, is because since I've been on this forum I've heard so many people complain of constipation, gas, head fog, sleep problems, and of course complaints of depression are pretty common as well. I was thinking that this water therapy protocol might help some folks. Worth a try? Any guinea pigs out there who have some problems and might want to try it? It's free of course and it just makes so much sense.
Many articles out there... here is just one... Water Therapy
How much water do you drink a day?