Natural Home Remedies for Excessive Thirst

Water supports regulating body’s temperature, loosen your joints, and eliminate waste from body. So in order to avoid water deficiency in the body, sufficient daily water consumption is very significant.

 Thirst is a natural phenomenon which is triggered due to

  • Thirst is a natural phenomenon which is triggered due to:

   o Exercise

   o Hot weather

   o Loss of body fluids

   o Eating salty or oily food

  • However, excessive thirst could be a troublesome condition

 Causes1

Causes:

  • Fear
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Fever
  • Malaria
  • Excessive thirst could also be a symptom of:

   o Diabetes — as it leads to excessive urination

   o Lack of insulin — it leads to increased sugar levels which results in increased water absorption in the body

 Natural home remedy using Indian gooseberry and honey

Natural home remedy using Indian gooseberry and honey:

  1. Take 3 tsp of Indian gooseberry powder
  2. Add 2 tsp honey
  3. Mix well
  4. Have this mixture thrice a day

 Natural home remedy using fennel seed powder

Natural home remedy using fennel seed powder:

  1. Crush fennel seeds to get 5 tsp fennel seed powder
  2. Add the powder to 250 ml of water
  3. Allow it to soak for 1 hr
  4. Strain the liquid
  5. Drink small sips at a time

This remedy is highly effective for treating fever or malaria induced thirst

 Natural home remedy using black pepper powder

Natural home remedy using black pepper powder:

  1. Take 1 tsp of black pepper powder
  2. Add to 4 cups of boiling water
  3. Mix well
  4. Allow the mixture to cool
  5. Take a few sips every time you feel thirsty

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