Really appreciate everything you have advised thus far. As i'm approaching the end of my 10 day water fast, I have noticed little changes for the good. However, my Asthma is still bothering me. I haven't been using my inhalers, instead choosing to stop and rest when shortness of breath occurs.
My shortness of breath isn't as common as it was pre-fast, which is great and lasts a shorter time now. Yet the wheezing (constriction of the bronchioles) is difficult to ignore. It sounds like a trapped fly...Especially as my usual noises seems so be more muted.
Is it possible to correct bronchiole constriction through fasting?
And if so does it mean I'm going to need a longer fast to abate/eradicate it?
I realise that a 10 day fast is probably peanuts to some but it is something I have never done and a feat for me.
Also how soon should one wait before attempting another Water Fast for a longer period 10+days?
I intend to slowly re-introduce appropriate foods, and then maybe do regular 15/20 hour dry fast for about a month or so, before I attempt any longer water fast.
Additionally, you mentioned to drink water when thirsty, well I have been forcing myself to drink even when I am not thirsty for fear of dehydration. should I stop this practice?
Apart of me is excited about breaking my fast, and another part is like noooo ... this is good but I don't want to get ahead of myself and be to over confident and fail, for this reason I think 10 days was my target and I shall stick to it.