Why I usually have ulcers in mouth after eating sour things?

Why I usually have ulcers in mouth after eating sour things?

Why I usually have ulcers in mouth after eating sour things?

It is complicated.

Sour things are acidic. Acid causes dehydration. When dehydration goes beyond normal limits body supplies lot of fluids to the area which is acidic. There is fine control in this area.

Our blood acid should never go beyond the normal range of 7.35 to 7.45. Anything more or less is dangerous.

That is why dehydration as well as over hydration leads to mouth ulcers.

If a person is drinking more than 1 liter of fluids on an average he should stop drinking fluids for 15 to 18 hours to get immediate relief from mouth ulcers.

In case of any doubt follow hydration dehydration cycles –

Hydration dehydration cycles will help in balancing every mineral and walking and rest routines will increase the RMR which will help in permanent cure of mineral imbalance in the long run.

Read my blog for more details and / Or watch my you tube videos at – rajinder bhalla

**In brief hydration dehydration cycles is as given here -**

Day 1 – Drink 150 ml water every hour from 7 am to 6 pm. Reduce meal size by 20%. No other fluid/ liquid.

Day 2,3 – Drink 150 ml water 1 hour before each meal. Total fluid intake 450 ml in the day. Reduce meal size by 20%.

Repeat for 2–3 weeks.

**To get best results increase Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) as well by doing the following**

Walk for 5 minutes at easy pace within your home in the morning. Reduce the meal size by 20%.

After walking rest for 15 minutes in bed.

Repeat the above 3 times in the morning and 3 times at night before sleeping.The more you rest after walking it will be better. The recommendation of 10 minutes is keeping in view busy schedule of people. 30 minutes is ideal.

#### Intermittent fasting####

Day 1 – Eat 50% of your food intake with 80% reduction in your water and other liquid intake.

Day 2 – Eat normal food and normal water.

**When a person is doing this, he can skip hydration dehydration cycles.**

For explanation of the above read my blog.

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