Water optimizes the function of the nervous system - lack of water is pure stress

Prof. Dr. Volker Pudel, one of the leading pioneers of nutritional advice in Germany, expressly points out the important nutritional effect of water: “Because of its good electrical conductivity, water optimizes the function of the nervous system. Dehydration impairs brain function and thought processes. In short: lack of water is pure stress for the organism.” Lack of water damages the brain and leads to many health problems.

Did you know that water is used to transport everything in the body and that it carries toxic waste to the liver and kidneys for elimination?
Water regulates all bodily functions and the effect of the substances dissolved in it, whose means of transport it is. Water quenches our thirst and purifies our body.

Did you know that with the help of water, you can reduce stress, anxiety and depression and even lose weight?
Water actually gives life force.

Headaches are one of the most important and common pain conditions in humans. In Germany there are around 500 different headache tablets on the drug market. Americans take 15 billion headache pills every year. Microcirculation disorders and cerebral hypoxia play a decisive role in the development of headaches, including migraine attacks.


As part of a documentation work, 12 patients with headaches, including 8 women between the ages of 21 and 45 and 4 men between the ages of 32 and 46, were examined and treated on an outpatient basis for about 6 weeks with the oral oxygen therapy (00T) according to Pakdaman. The main complaints in these patients were headaches, migraine attacks and tension headaches, dizziness, hypotension, dysmenorrhea, orthostasis, etc. Oral Oxygen Therapy (00T) was carried out with daily administrations of 2 to 3 x 0.33 l oxygenated water. Diagnostically, out of eight patients, seven suffered from migraine headaches and one from tension headaches. Of four men, two suffered from migraines, one from tension headaches, and the fourth from left temporal glioma.