What is happening? Am I doing something wrong? I have consumed nothing but water and I just want the stomach pains to go away.
So what kind of water are you drinking?
Simply bottled natural spring water.
I've alternated between ICE RIVER SPRINGS and BIG WIN Purified Water since they're the only brands I have stored as of right now. Tap water is too filled with chemicals to be drinkable.
Since this is the only thing you say you are consuming, it has to be suspect until you learn different.
The easiest way is to obtain some Distilled water that has also been filtered through a charcoal Carbon filter. This is the only way to get everything out leaving pure water.
If the pain goes away then you know.
Many bottled water has been shown to be no better than tap water.
There is filtered water, and then there is filtered distilled water
"Filtration: Filtered water has passed through a fine strainer and/or activated carbon. While they reduce disagreeable tastes and odors, filters are not effective in removing many common contaminants such as arsenic, bacteria, copper, lead, nitrates, parasites, sodium and viruses. A filter can become a breeding ground for bacteria as the organic material which remains in the filter begins to decay. Another drawback is not knowing when to replace the filter. Some manufacturers suggest replacing filters when bad taste or odor returns. In reality, a filter may be able to control taste and odor long after it has lost its ability to reduce tasteless, odorless organics such as THMs (trihalomethanes) which are byproducts of chlorination."
I wasn't trying to say that there was any guarantee that this was the answer to your problem, only that it would be an easy process of elimination to the problem.
Water was all that was in your gut so it's the logical starting place.
Then you could look elsewhere.
Good luck, Hope you get on top of it.
Why is it that when people don't feel "good" they want to stuff something into their mouths? It's the Western/American Way and it's now showing in our overweight and obesity epidemic.
Try meditation and notice in the article below that it reduces cortisol among other things. I prefer meditation where one sits in a normal, feet on the floor with arms to one's side myself but there are literally dozens of techniques. Pick one that works for you.
If you’re stressed, meditate, says a world-renowned psychiatrist.
“Your nervous system is constantly being assaulted all day long -- stresses from within, from other people, obstacles occur. When you meditate regularly, you don’t get bent out of shape so easily,” says Dr. Norman Rosenthal, a clinical professor of psychiatry at Georgetown Medical.
"Often times when we snap at people, we’re under stress,” he says.
This can be especially true for those living in large cities like New York City.
“Getting to work, getting to the bus, the deadlines that you have to make, and the hours that you have to work – these are constant stresses stressing us and if we don’t have a quiet place to go and a special technique that enables us to settle down our bodies and our minds, then we don’t have protection against the frequent batterings to our nervous system – that have consequences,” Rosenthal says.
The technique that the former 20-year National Institute of Mental Health senior researcher recommends is transcendental meditation, which uses a mantra taught in a specific, effortless way.
But "any meditation is better than none," he says.
Clinical data shows that meditation reduces stress and stress-related disorders like hypertension, high cholesterol and stroke. Scientific research shows that meditating helps decrease stress hormones including adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol by reducing the activation of the sympathetic nervous system.
Studies also show that transcendental meditation has physical and psychological effects, including lowering blood pressure, reducing response to pain and increasing longevity.
In his new book “Transcendence: Healing and Transformation Through Transcendental Meditation,” Rosenthal describes the benefits of transcendental meditation.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi introduced transcendental meditation to the West 50 years ago, personally teaching the technique to celebrities including Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.
Experts say transcendental meditation should be practiced twice a day for 20 minutes.
“That morning meditation sets you up for the day,” says Rosenthal.
And the afternoon shakes loose the burdens of the day, he adds.
Transcendental meditation is not associated with a particular religion or belief system.
Today, more than five million people, including Russell Simmons and Russel Brand, practice transcendental meditation.
For a really spectacular change through meditation is the story of Jane Alexander and her book "Possesing Me" at
I have no connection with Jane but she cured herself of all sorts of ills and the use of antipsychotic drugs with meditation alone.
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