We look at the edema definition a bit different than the rest of the medical world. This is because of the findings of Dr. B, it may be possible to reverse and end edema with out drugs. All that is needed is water and unprocessed salt. It is as if it is necessary to reset the bodies fluid balance meter. Once done, the fluid balance resets and the edema disappears.
The viably notable swelling from fluids accumulating in the spaces around our cells (interstitial spaces).
Although edema occurs most often in the legs, it can occur anywhere in our body, from head to toe.
There are a number of causes.
When the edema is generalize and wide spread through out the body, it is called anasarca.
At WaterCures.org, we consider the definition of edema to be a state of fluid and electrolyte imbalance where the body considers the lack to be an impending drought and stores excess fluid in dependent areas such as the lower legs, ankles and feet.
It should be noted that we way we define edema is not a current medical edema def. We base this definition on the fact that we have been able to reverse the state of fluid and electrolyte imbalance over a period of several hours and eliminate the edema, usually over night by following the protocol of Dr. F. Batmanghelidj.
You can use the Water Cures Edema Treatment to eliminate your edema.
- the edema is in the legs, ankles or feet, it is called peripheral edema.
- fluids collect in the brain is is called cerebral edema.
- fluids collect in the interstitial air spaces (aveoli), it is called pulmonary edema. there is an obstruction of the blood vessels within the lungs/li>
- edema is in the eye, it could be the result of glaucoma, conjunctivitis or keratitis.
- in the skin around the eyes, it is called periorbital edema. Think 'eye puffiness.'
- lymphatic system does not adequately remove interstitial fluid, it is called lymph edema.
- there is severe hyperthyroidism, myxedema occurs.
- fluids collect in the abdominal cavities it is called ascites.
- fluids collect in the lung (pleural) cavity, it is called pleural effusion
- fluids collect throughout all the body tissues and cavities, it is called anasarca.
Edema was best explained by Dr. B. He described our bodies as having two oceans of water. One inside and one outside our cells.
We have two fluid compartments in our body. Our bodies have intracellular fluid (ICF) which can be 60 to 65% of our body water and extracellular fluid that makes up the remaining 35-45% of the water inside our body.
Water Cures Protocol to keep the edema gone.