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Too Little Salt: Ten Annoying Symptoms [Kindle Edition]

Sally Gething
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Product Description

Did you know that many common and irritating symptoms you may be suffering from can often be cured, or at least helped, by simply adding sea salt to your diet?

Too Little Salt: Ten Annoying Symptoms shows you how to work out if your symptoms are caused by a lack of minerals and salts and what to do to make them better.

Too Little Salt: Ten Annoying Symptoms will show you a variety of ways of adding minerals into your life, even for those of you who don't like the taste of salt at all! It tells you where to get the salt from, how to take it, and which symptoms it is likely to help - from the ten listed in the title to many more. This book even shows you what to do if you're already taking prescribed medication.

Symptoms this book can help with are:
Cramp
Headaches
Hangovers
Migraines
Nervousness and Panic Attacks
Shaky Hands
Anticipating a Big Day Ahead
Sleeplessness, Insomnia, and Waking in the Night
Sleep Apnoea
Frequent Urination
Feeling ‘Not Quite With It’
Feeling World-weary
Period Pain/PMT
The Menopause
Swollen Ankles
Biting Fingernails
Recovering from a Shock, an Asthma Attack, a Panic Attack, a Hyperventilation
Attack, or any Fainting or Collapsing for an Unknown Reason
Craving Crisps, Nuts, and Other Salty or Spicy Foods
Stress, or any Conditions Made Worse by Stress.

This book includes information for those already taking medication,
or who have any of the following:
Blood Pressure Problems
Diabetes
Asthma and Other Breathing Problems
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.)
Skin Conditions including Eczema and Psoriasis

This book also suggests that the 'Worried Well' might be lacking minerals, which is giving them a host of unpleasant symptoms.

You may like 'How To Breathe: The Symptoms if You Get it Wrong, and How to Fix It', also by Sally Gething

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 561 KB
  • Print Length: 114 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AAZ6ZH2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #208,557 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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About the Author


Sally Gething is an alternative health practitioner and Buteyko teacher, based in Cheshire who's taught all over the world. Over the past twelve years she has taught hundreds of people how to breathe correctly, using the Buteyko Method. Part of the Buteyko Method involves restoring the mineral levels back to normal by adding sea salt to the diet.

In her first book, 'Too Little Salt: Ten Annoying Symptoms', she will show you how adding sea salt to your diet can help alleviate a broad range of symptoms, such as cramp, headaches, insomnia, nervousness and frequent urination.

In her second book, 'How to Breathe: The Symptoms if You Get it Wrong, and How to Fix It' explains how breathing correctly can help with the following: cold hands and feet, pale skin, difficulty in catching your breath or taking a large breath, asthma, panic, hyperventilation, dental cavities, repeated chest infections, snoring, sleep apnoea and lung damage.

Find more information at www.buteykonorthwest.co.uk

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Format:Kindle Edition
My mum gifted me this book in desperation - after having chronic whooping cough, I'm left with damage to my lungs giving me permanent, chronic asthma. As a very fit gym-bunny/athlete, my life changed drastically - the whooping cough lasted nine months followed by 2yrs where I almost lived in A&E, even having to be collected by ambulance. After much denial, I had to be taken down the road of learning that asthma kills, and for people like myself no 'fluffy' techniques are an alternative to the medication. My issue was I was in a cycle: the damage caused pockets of infection to occur which would then be exceptionally difficult to cure, even with extremely strong antibiotics.

My mum bought the book at a talk and I received it with fury, feeling that - out of desperation to help her daughter - my elderly mum had been conned into buying a book with talks of salt and Polish breathing techniques that would miraculously cure her daughter. I was in a terrible state on a course of the strongest antibiotics used for bronchitis and pneumonia and fighting a losing battle. I had no sleep and was welded to asthma sprays unable to travel distances away from my local A&E because they knew what to do as soon as they saw me. The asthma sprays couldn't cope because the inflammation was being caused by infection, and hence frequently I had to be down in A&E. The one occasion where I felt "body, get a grip and sort yourself out!!" and refused to be taken back to A&E I ended up in an ambulance. People die from asthma, not because they can't breathe but because the oxygen doesn't get to their vital organs and they shut down - this is why it is so critical to go because there's a tipping point where even A&E can't save people.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating 30 Nov 2012
By Tim
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Having looked at the list of the symptoms and ticked at least three I decided to get this book. My fears that this would be a dry and boring subject were unfounded; the author writes in a clear and concise manner - you feel that each part has been read over to ensure that it is understandable at all levels, and the sections are clearly defined, and well-laid out. The advice given is backed up by good reasoning, case studies and personal experience. Having thrown out my so-called "sea salt" I am off to buy the "real thing"!
Seriuosly though,a highly enjoyable, informative and fascinating read. A must-have book if you can identify yourself with any of the symptoms!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sea salt can be good for the health! 11 Dec 2012
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Very practical book about sea salt and good health.
"Salt is bad for us" is a very widespread misconception. Table salt is not recommended, but only a very few people would suffer from taking sea salt. The book points out the important differences between table salt and sea salt, and helps you choose your salt correctly.
It lists the symptoms can be caused by a lack of salt (not just sodium but all the other minerals, calcium, magnesium etc and helps you decide the best way for you to take the salt: in drinks, food or in the bath!
Recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Another insightful & helpful book from Sally! 12 Feb 2014
By R. Wood TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Format:Kindle Edition
Sally Gething’s book benefits from many things; it’s obvious title, the small number of pages, and the clear & concise writing that she uses. It all makes the practices/techniques and advice contained in this book most easy to digest, and fascinating to indulge in.

Many self-help books of this ilk deter people from purchase due to being overlong and overloaded with too much information. But Too Little Salt has an advantage over the majority of other self-help books for being so short & to-the-point. Sally’s expertise shines through from start-to-finish, offering useful advice and a friendly, non-assertive narrative that readers will warm to instantly.

Another plus for this particular book are the various anecdotes from people that Sally was able to help with her advice. Cases like these along with Sally’s knowledge, make this book all the more of a reliable source of information to turn to.

Definitely recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Unrefined Seasalt is essential 19 Dec 2012
By Danica - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
It is really a handy book to get a lot of help from. Many persons are afraid of eating salt here we get to know why we do not have to be scared when we eat/drink unrefined sea salt. Try some of the advises they are really worth while. Otherwise read more on salt from dr. David Brownstein - unrefined seasalt because we need the magnesium and other essentials salts contained in seasalt.
Sally Gething makes it easy for us to make the right choise.
5.0 out of 5 stars 100% agree. 6 April 2014
By Ulymar Rocha - Published on Amazon.com
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Totally salted. Congratulations for the courage to say and spread the truth. Salt has saved my life and can help many more. Media only now starts to admit that the 'dogma' of a low salt diet is killing people around the world. In fact, it's been epidemic.
5.0 out of 5 stars Another insightful & helpful book from Sally! 2 Mar 2014
By R. Wood - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Sally Gething’s book benefits from many things; it’s obvious title, the small number of pages, and the clear & concise writing that she uses. It all makes the practices/techniques and advice contained in this book most easy to digest, and fascinating to indulge in.

Many self-help books of this ilk deter people from purchase due to being overlong and overloaded with too much information. But Too Little Salt has an advantage over the majority of other self-help books for being so short & to-the-point. Sally’s expertise shines through from start-to-finish, offering useful advice and a friendly, non-assertive narrative that readers will warm to instantly.

Another plus for this particular book are the various anecdotes from people that Sally was able to help with her advice. Cases like these along with Sally’s knowledge, make this book all the more of a reliable source of information to turn to.

Definitely recommended.
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Information 26 Oct 2013
By Trish - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Great and enlightening read! Very interesting and useful information. I plan to implement this protocol.
Thank you for your hard work.
T Flemming NC
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