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Sneezing After Drinking Water
I am sneezing after drinking water and when its little cold due to A/C and sometimes due to dust as well. Can you suggest me - what to do?
See an allergist/ENT: These are signs of inflamed nasal passages, for whatever reason, can be allergic, non-allergic or other forms of rhinitis like vasomotor rhinitis. Meanwhile you can use saline nasal washes, OTC flonase may help, but read the labels carefully. Check aaaai. Org or acaai. Org for an allergist in your area, best wishes ...Read more
I've had flu like symptoms and every time I cough or sneeze, I urinate. I started noticing here lately that my urine is brown. I drink a ton of water.?
Urination: It could be something as simple as dehydration causing a change in color of your urine, however there are certain kidney diseases that occur during or after flu/upper respiratory illnesses that need to be ruled out. Iga nephropathy and post strep glomerulonephritis are key. You should see your primary doctor and have urine tested for blood and have your blood tested to see how your kidneys are. ...Read more
Everytime I drink water I feel like I have to throw up, im also light headed more often, n I keep sneezing n stuffy nose what can this be?
Good: Life's too short for people to make subscientific / control-you rules about what other people eat / drink, but water at meals is a good thing overall. Obviously drinking water helps move the food along & quenches thirst. Since prepared food tends to be too salty nowadays it's not a bad idea to drink some extra water daily. ...Read more
Hydration: We lose moisture in our breath all night as we sleep. Dry mouth, burning eyes and nasal congestion when we wake may all be due to dehydration. Drinking 250-500 cc of water first thing in the morning can help correct this. Also, the kidneys can only remove body waste when there is sufficient free water flowing out of them, so stay hydrated enough during the day to keep your urine light yellow! ...Read more
Think about it, it is the only liquid that supports life!
do you have any other substitute? ...Read more
Metabolism of food!: Water has endless benefits. Itis needed for the breakdown of the food you eat, and most other biochemical processes of the body! ...Read more
6-8 glasses a day: Drinking water keeps us hydrated and helps the body filter out wastes & toxins more quickly. Other liquids (juice, milk, etc) contain water, but also have calories & sugars, so too much can make you gain weight. Coffee, teas & sodas with caffeine, and alcohol are diuretics, which actually make us urinate out more water. Drink enough water that your urine looks mostly clear with slight yellow color. ...Read more
No: Why do you ask? Low iron levels require that (1) you find the cause, and (2) you replace the iron. Low iron levels in middle age are worrisome for cancer, ulcer, hookworm, etc.; I trust that ill-advised vegetarianism is not the cause. Once the cause is identified, your physician will advise you on replacement. Insist on a full explanation of your situation. ...Read more
How much? What temp?: If you are guzzling a lot of water at 1 time - you may be stretching your stomach beyond comfort. From a traditional chinese medicine standpoint, the healthiest way to drink water is a room temperature. The concepts are a little complex & come from the perspective of eastern medicine. See: http://universaltcm. Wordpress. Com/education-information/cold-foods-cold-drinks-caused-health-problems/. ...Read more
See your doctor: See your doctor. He/she will perform an examination and possibly run tests to find and identify the stone. ...Read more
Feel full: When it comes to drinking water to facilitate weight loss, you probably will reap optimal benefit by drinking it before meals rather than after. Just drinking water, however, will not produce such dramatic results that you do not need to follow the basic tenets of weight loss, such as eating less and exercising more. ...Read more
Yes and No: As far as providing fluid to the body both are same. Flavored water may have sugars or substitutes that may provide more calories or adverse effects. ...Read more
Depends on the tap: Some tap water is as good or better than purified water. Some tap water is not good for you. It is a local question to be asked of the local health department. ...Read more
Not necessary, but..: Water drinking has been a longstanding controversy. For the details of its related issues, welcome to peruse the article in http://formefirst. Com/waterdrink. Html. More? Welcome to contact me at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to log in for appointments. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Ask your Dentist: Ask your dentist or preferably a pediatric dentist. Every water supplier is different. For example philadelphia's water supply is fluoridated but the over 60 municipalities that surround the city are not. This information usually available on your water company's web site. There's more to optimally balancing Fluoride than just water supply. Talk to dentist or pediatric dental specialist. ...Read more
Here's the issue:: Attempts to flush your system will be picked up by the test. ...Read more
Pros: less cavities
cons: I can't think of any. ...Read more
By filling stomach:
Which produces a feeling of being full & so one can reduce further intake of food.
Drinking a glassful with a salad before the main course, and with discipline to not overeat, would result in weight reduction. Regular exercises greatly helps also.
Keep doing regular checkups with your gp. ...Read more
That depends on dose: That depends on dosage. Optimally fluoridated water (0.7ppm) and/or a little above is perfectly safe and beneficial to our teeth. Dosages between 1.5-3 ppm (naturally found in some water in the midwest) can cause dental fluorosis. Dosages between 3-10 ppm (naturally found in some water in china, india & russia) are dangeruos and can cause skeletal fluorosis. ...Read more
It can: Our bodies are mostly water and need water to function. Water can help to flush out the system, to keep you hydrated, and can be used as a first choice when experiencing "hunger" to help learn the difference between physical and psychological hunger. Try to drink a minimum of 8 - 8 oz glasses per day. Drink a glass of water and wait 10 minutes before you eat to see if that does the trick. ...Read more
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