Hair loss heart disease link

Hair loss heart disease link

Hair loss heart disease link

If a person is balding or growing gray hair his heart is into trouble. A new study confirms that.

It has been more than 5 years that I said that fluid imbalance and resultant mineral imbalance causes every disease. Fluid imbalance manifests in –

  • Frequent cold and cough
  • Sinus
  • Bed wetting
  • gray hair
  • balding
  • poor eye sight.
  • Skin problems

It has been very late that medical community was able to find the link.

Chronic mineral imbalance in blood leads to low metabolic rate.

To correct mineral imbalance do hydration dehydration cycles and to increase resting metabolic rate do walking and rest routines as detailed on my blog.

Read my blog for more details and / Or watch my you tube videos at – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbDI6xuprsheSisKhHyD6qQ?view_as=subscriber

****In brief hydration dehydration cycles is as given here -****
Day 1 – Drink 150–200 ml water every hour from 7 am to 6 pm. No other fluid/ liquid.

Day 2,3 – Drink 150–200 ml water 3 times only during the day. Total fluid intake 450–600 ml in the day.

Repeat for 2–3 weeks.

Fluid overload is one of the basic reasons of low resting metabolic rate.

******To increase Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) do the following******

Walk for 5 minutes at easy pace within your home in the morning.
After walking rest for 5–10 minutes in bed.

Repeat the above 3 times in the morning, afternoon, evening and at night before sleeping. So that makes for 12 walk and rest routines or 5×12 = 60 minutes of walk for the entire period. One can do it selectively during week days and on working days only in the morning and at night.

The idea about walking is that it mobilises energy and before the entire mobilised energy is spent we rest. In such a case a part of the mobilised energy becomes available for vital organs.
Doing walking and rest routines takes care of aging related diseases as well.

For explanation of the above read my blog.

 

 

 

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