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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

STARTLING REVELATIONS-13



Most of these are new information

that have never been told by anybody, anywhere, and at anytime.


© 1998-2008: Dr.V.M.Palaniappan: Registered at Perpustakaan Negara Malaysia: International SB Nos. 978-967-998-05-8; ++06-6; ++07-4; ++08-2; ++09-0; ++19-4; ++11-6; ++12-3; ++13-0.


PALM SWEATING, ASTHMA AND SINUSITIS
ARE LINKED TO UNDER-URINATION,
after CONSUMING EXCESSIVE WATER


Liberal water consumption (more than 3 litres a day), under-urination (about 3 times in a 24 hour day) due to voluntary suppression, and also condensation of sweat at skin surface, essentially for want of ventilation, jointly give rise to:

· asthma,

· nagging cough,


. chronic sneezing,


· sinus problems,


· profuse sweating (in palms and all over the body) called hyperhidrosis, and


· uncontrollable and frequent urinations called polyurea (and not the disease Diabetes Insipidus).


The total blood content of the entire circulatory system within the body stays more or less constant.
Any water consumed soon enters into the circulatory system, dilutes the blood, and increases the total volume, thus exerting temporarily an increased pressure over the blood vessel walls*.


(* Based on the principles of Law of Compensation, as described in my book on Obesity (1998), repeated intake of excessive water for a prolonged period of about two months or so, results in the development of low blood pressure).

However, some of the water soon gets out of the blood circulatory system, and reaches the urinal bladder, assisted by the kidneys.


This way, the original normal blood concentration and its pressure return, while at the same time, a pressure builds up within the urinal bladder.


With increasing water consumption, the bladder pressure too increases, along with the desire for urination.


If the person happens to suppress the urge for urination for any reason, the brain, wanting to save the bladder from rupturing, redirects the urinal fluid towards the skin so as to excrete it in the form of profuse sweat, recognisable as 'sensible perspiration' or hyperhidrosis.


Such a sweat produces a strong and pungent body odour in the habitually under-urinating people, but only to a negligible extent in the liberal urinators.

People tend to withhold their urinal pressure for various reasons:


Deep sleep, long distance bus travel, participation in meetings, lectures, gatherings, in places of worship, functions, watching movies, preoccupation with businesses, factory productions, etc. tend to keep people from regular urinations.

Under normal circumstances, the sweat produced tends to evaporate, leaving the skin dry.


However, in the absence of proper ventilation, the sweat condenses at the skin surface, making it chill and sticky.


The air in a room with closed windows tends to become moist. In other words, the relative humidity (RH) increases.


The moist air enters into the lungs of the person sleeping in air-tight bedrooms, and condenses into small droplets.


These droplets begin to block the breathing pores called alveoli. The process of condensation occurs essentially because of the chillness at the skin surface.


The following analogy would explain the above phenomenon:


If the passengers seated in a car with closed windows breathe when the latter is exposed to hot sunshine, nothing happens.


If a rainfall occurs, the outer surface of the vehicle cools down, and that causes condensation of the moisture that is contained in the air we breathe out. Such condensed water droplets become visible on the glass windows and wind screen, and that prevents us from seeing the road.


The alveoli, when blocked by the water droplets, prevent the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen, thus causing difficulty to breath.


As a rescue operation, and to enhance easy breathing, the brain induces sneezing.


The sneezes throw out most of the droplets through the mouth, and help us in the exchange of air, but that lasts only for a short while.


If the water clogging continues, the sneezing too continues.


A chronic situation of the above kind that lasts for a prolonged period tends to give rise to asthma.


If a liberal-water drinking non-asthmatic person, owing to his under-urination habit, sweats profusely, his skin too would get chilled as described earlier.


As a result, the air-borne moisture would condense as little droplets in his lungs.


This, instead of giving him an asthma attack, gives him a nagging cough.


If the habit continues for a prolonged time, he would then get a sinus problem.


Urinating once every hour (while awake) for a period of about eight weeks would cure both these, even if they happen to be chronic cases.


When drugs and inhalations are administered to an asthma sufferer, the drug, instead of drying up the water droplets in the lung environment, helps enlarge the breathing pore – the alveoli, and the air exchange occurs at ease until the drug effect lasts.


Thus, such drugs provide only temporary relief to the problem.


Environmental pollutants from industries and traffic, burning of joss sticks, incense, cigarette smoke, and several other irritants including pollen grains and carpet dusts tend to trigger asthma attacks and also aggravate the illness*.

(*These foreign substances tend to acidify the lungs, thus causing an inflammation which in turn results in the near-closure of the alveoli.


Such a situation gives rise to an acute asthma attack, necessitating the intake of anti-inflammatory asthma drugs).

Athletes tend to get asthmatic attacks essentially because of the chilling effect produced by the condensation of the sweat they produce. Hyperacidosis that occurs due to over-exertion worsens such attacks.


These allergens should not be considered as causative factors, for they do not give such asthma attacks to people who urinate liberally and sleep or live in well-ventilated rooms.


Most asthmatics tend to become victims of their false belief that sleeping under a fast running fan in a totally closed bedroom would save them from these attacks.


For the prevention or cure of asthma, excessive sneezing and hyperhidrosis, one should urinate well without holding the urinal pressure, and sleep in a room where ample exchange of fresh air occurs at all times.


(When it comes to sleeping in a room with split air-conditioners that does not bring in the natural nocturnal moist and fresh air, the lungs get dried up through the night, and that tends to make us feel comfortable.


However, on waking up, when we open the windows, or when we walk out of the bedroom, the natural moist air enters into the lungs.


Then, the moisture condenses there to become droplets, preventing free air flow.


By right, we should faint for want of oxygen.


However, our brain, wanting to save us, induces a series of deep and heavy sneezes to clear the blocked alveoli and to enhance free air exchange).


Hourly urination continued even for a period of two weeks would stop the problems.


However, any curative procedure undertaken should be practiced non-stop at least for eight weeks, so that it gets impregnated into the brain as a permanent habit.


A return to ill-health would necessitate another eight weeks to undo or destroy what has already been healed.


In other words, a person once cured, will not suffer from the same disease if he happens to lead an erroneous lifestyle for a week or two, during a travel programme or otherwise.


Thus, any deviation from a healthy state can be set right with extreme ease, and WITHOUT any drugs.

EPILOGUE:


(a) With this, the current chapter dealing with palm sweating, asthma and sinusitis comes to an end.


(b) The next topic is going to be on LEPROSY. You may think you are not concerned. Please do not make that mistake! It is going to be a small article. Please read it, and I can assure you, you will be doubtlessely benefitted.


(c) IN ALL THESE ARTICLES, I HAVE BEEN PRESENTING ONLY THE SALIENT FEATURES OF ALL THE DISEASES. WHEREAS, EACH OF THE DISEASES HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY DESCRIBED IN MY BOOK ON "HUMAN DISEASES: HOW AND WHY DO THEY OCCUR, AND HOW TO PREVENT OR CURE THEM?" I have re-defined the causes and cure for 101 most common diseases in this book.


(If you are willing to read, I will be only happy to present such intense details for each of the diseases after finishing this Megaseries).


(d) In addition to the above, in the interim article, I will try to give you some exciting but non-pornographic and scientific information on sex.


OK, Bye,

Dr. Palani

LIST of REFERENCES & SOURCE for the above article are the SAME as for the earlier articles. I would provide the missed ones at the end of this Megaseries.


The DISCLAIMER given for earlier articles is applicable to this part as well.