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Nausea in dry fasting...what to do

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01 Sep 2011 03:08 - 01 Sep 2011 03:09 #9075 by Christian144
Christian144 created the topic: Nausea in dry fasting...what to do
Milena,
This my be a dumb question, :huh: but I was wondering what one does when dry fasting, and get's strong nausea, to the point of needing to throw up?
Not meaning to be gross, but I finished a 4 day dry fast, felt good, and that I could stay on the fast.. No pain, just weak coordination, physical fatigue and extreme nausea. I knew that on water fasting, it is good, to remove toxins, by this method the body does, but I was not sure if, with so much less water, being in the body, if the nausea/toxins were expelled, (this way), if vomiting would hurt my kidneys, or cause harm in someway. Going for another fast soon, seems to be helping my health, and mind.. But am not sure wither vomiting is a "friend" or "foe."

Your blessed help, in clearing this up for me, would ease my mind on how to go about doing such fasts.

Thanks.

God bless..

Gratefully,
Joseph

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01 Sep 2011 03:14 #9077 by Milena
Milena replied the topic: Re: Nausea in dry fasting...what to do
I would avoid vomig on the dry fast. You want to preserve whatever fluids your body has. I also think that it should get easier the nxt time you dry fast, as toxins are expelled and otherwise destroyed every time you fast.

May the Energy you free from digesting serves your Body and Spirit well!

All my posts are based on my opinions and experiences only and are not intended to replace the advice of the licensed medical practitioner.
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01 Sep 2011 03:16 #9078 by Esmée La Fleur
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Joseph, did you feel like vomiting after you ended you dry fast? or while you were still on it?

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01 Sep 2011 03:17 #9079 by Christian144
Christian144 replied the topic: Re: Nausea in dry fasting...what to do
Milena, thanks for letting me know. :) I am glad that I broke that fast then. Instead of toughing it out. It is great to see, that ever "fasting mile" will make the next "mile" easier to run. Many thanks for all your doing.


Best wishes..

Joseph

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01 Sep 2011 03:26 - 01 Sep 2011 03:29 #9081 by Christian144
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I did Esmée, but as soon as I got food in my stomach it went away after about 30 minutes. It just began, on day 1 of the fast, and the nausea got stronger, with some, easy periods, until day 4, then I broke the fast late into the night, after the day was over. I spent that time drinking, that night, and then in the morning, till noon, had water, then broke it with soft food around lunch. I'm doing your regimint and it seems to be working. going to do a "fractionated" dry fast, of eating for 3 days, then try, for another fast, since I made it to day 4, I'll try to go to day 6. :)

Thank you for sharing this method with me.
I am so blessed to have such support from you and Milena. :cheer:


All the best!!

Joseph

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01 Sep 2011 03:38 #9083 by Esmée La Fleur
Esmée La Fleur replied the topic: Re: Nausea in dry fasting...what to do
Thanks for the clarification, Joseph. I think it is fantastic that you were able to go 4 days. WOW! I would just do whatever length you can comfortably (as long as you do not actually vomit), and then re-feed/re-hydrate until you feel able to do another one (as you have described).

The last day of my 4 day fast was just as difficult as the last day of my 10 day fast. So, I can tell you from personal experience that they definitely do get easier.

Please blog about your experiences in our BLOG section so we can give you the support you need.

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01 Sep 2011 07:24 - 01 Sep 2011 07:27 #9085 by Christian144
Christian144 replied the topic: Re: Nausea in dry fasting...what to do

Thanks for the clarification, Joseph. I think it is fantastic that you were able to go 4 days. WOW!


Thanks Esmée, :) I don't believe I could have gotten as far as I did, without the motivation and knowledge that you have given me. What you are doing is making a difference, in my life. If I do get better, it will in large part be because of you.

The last day of my 4 day fast was just as difficult as the last day of my 10 day fast. So, I can tell you from personal experience that they definitely do get easier.


That is what I so want to happen. I don't want to sound impatient but I hope the transition in this, happens quickly. The detox, is making things, after the fast's rough, and so I want all this out of me, to begin healing, soon.

Please blog about your experiences in our BLOG section so we can give you the support you need.


I will try, but, during the fast, (I suffer from mental fatigue), this symptoms get's worse, and I can't do much in the way of writing..
Though I do want to share what I am doing.

I DO, truly, want to say it means so much to be getting your support.
It's making this treatment, possible. Your blog is giving me understanding (in dry fasting) and confidence in doing this myself. Your time, in teaching me, is showing me what to do (in dry fasting) and how to do it.

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01 Sep 2011 07:34 #9086 by Esmée La Fleur
Esmée La Fleur replied the topic: Re: Nausea in dry fasting...what to do
Thank you for your kind words, Joseph. I am glad that my knowledge and experience has been helpful to you. And, I have Milena to thank for sharing what she knows with me.

The most important thing when you are fasting is to take care of yourself, so just share your experiences with us as you are able to do so.

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