Dehydration and Prospects for Recovery

Since everyone depends on water for our very survival, it makes perfect sense that dehydration will inevitably result in problematic symptoms of one type or another. Persons searching for ways to reverse the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease will discover many options exist. Without adequate hydration however, most of these options will have little chance of success.

Jaroslav Boublik PhD answers a wide variety of questions in my interview with him about the effects of dehydration on your health and what you can do about it. Dr. Boublik’s area of research centers around the effects of dehydration and is a co-developer of the Aquas. Aquas are a homeopathic remedy developed by Dr. Boublik and Leonie Hibbert from Australia to facilitate good hydration throughout the body.

Here is a listing of the questions he answers:

  • Isn’t it possible to get better hydrated by simply drinking more water?
  • Why does the body become more dehydrated as we age?
  • Why is hydration so essential to a detox program?
  • How does taking the following foods help or hinder hydration: salt, energy drinks, coffee, tea, alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.
  • How can a person know whether they are dehydrated?
  • What are the issues with the sources of drinking water?
  • What are the issues with structured water products?
  • Can good hydration …
    1. Address the symptoms of diseases?
    2. Improve mental clarity?
    3. Improve digestion?
    4. Soften skin tissue and help us look younger?
    5. Help to control a person’s body weight?

Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease


3 thoughts on “Dehydration and Prospects for Recovery

  1. My father was late diagnosed with Parkinsons. I believe he has had some of he symptoms for years. His anxiety is causing him to not make choices that may help him. We have pushed him into an exercise class geared towards parkinsons patients but as much as I would like him to, I do not think I can get him to try CBD oil. He does not believe that his neurosurgeon will support it.

    I do have a question that I have done a tone of research on and cannot seem to find an answer. One of his symptoms he is experiencing is an extreme burning in his nose. His nose is not really running with any fluid that much, but he burning is literally so bad sometimes, it makes him pace. At one point, he has said that he would rather just die then put up with the burning. He has had scans, done nasal sprays and was recently treated for a possible fungus in his nose. It comes and goes, and the ENT has not been able to figure out anything. Have you heard of this symptom before?

  2. Hi:

    The symptom you describe is not one that I have received reports about over the 14 years of my research. I would suggest that you recruit either a naturopath doctor or a functional medicine doctor to focus on ascertaining the cause of the problem. Once the cause is found an appropriate therapy can be pursued.

    They may be a simple answers. Perhaps he is dehydrated or a likely explanation is a digestive problem since the large and small meridians pass through the nose. I would speculate the source of the problem is not directly tied to the nose itself. Best of luck in ascertaining a cause.

    All the best –

    Robert Rodgers PhD
    Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease

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