Have you ever pondered the relationship between water and sound healing? They’re more closely linked than you might think!
Water, this magical element, has the power to alleviate pain and stimulate healing. Used wisely, water can accelerate the healing journey.
The Role of Water in Sound Healing
Let’s take a step back and think about the essentials of life – water, air, and sunlight.
Without water, our body struggles to eliminate toxins and heal on its own. No cellular communication can happen without water.
Imagine our body as a city of cells, and each cell as a house made of water. When the city is attacked (injury), houses are damaged (cells) and need repair.
Water plays the role of a repair crew, reconstructing cells and flushing toxins out. Essentially, water is the hero of the healing process!
Staying well-hydrated is exceptionally crucial for those recovering from an illness or injury, or those participating in sound therapy. Proper hydration aids faster repair and healing.
Hydration: Before and After Sound Therapy
Hydration is key, especially before and after a sound therapy session. Drinking enough water ensures that toxins released from cells during the session are flushed out.
A well-hydrated body can more effectively conduct sound, leading to a smoother therapy session. Plus, when the body is adequately hydrated, cells can function at their peak.
On the other hand, dehydration can lead to uncomfortable “detox” symptoms. However, these can be avoided with proper hydration.
Depending on the duration and intensity of your sound therapy session, you may need more than the standard eight glasses of water per day. Always listen to your body and drink when thirsty.
How Much Water is Enough?
While the common advice is to drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water daily, this might not be the ideal amount for everyone. Factors such as age, gender, activity level, weight, kidney health, and pregnancy or breastfeeding status can affect how much water a person needs.
For instance, those who exercise need more water to stay hydrated.
Men typically need about 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids per day, and women about 11.5 cups (2.7 liters). However, excessive water intake can be harmful for people with certain health conditions like thyroid disease or kidney, liver, or heart problems, and for those on certain medications. Always consult your health provider for personalized advice.
How to improve the quality of water for the best cellular osmosis?
Water without minerals is empty water. You need minerals in your water for it to properly hydrate the body.
After the water has been filtered it will remove harmful bacteria and chemicals as well as good minerals.
The easiest way to make sure my water is full of minerals I utilize a Sole’ solution. This method allows me to produce Sole’ water with plenty of minerals right in my own home with ease.