Fluid can build up for a variety of reasons. Many people experience swollen ankles if they have been on a long flight. Also a high-salt diet can also lead to and imbalance of salt in the body causing water retention. However, swollen ankles can also be indicative of something more serious such as heart disease, liver problems or kidney failure. Once the serious causes have been ruled out, there are various other possible causes of unexplained fluid retention.
Some women experience fluid retention as part of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Water retention, or oedema, is particularly common among allergic individuals and may also contribute to obesity. The removal of an allergic food may often result in a rapid water loss of five to ten pounds within as little as a week, all without the use of a diuretic.
Bioresonance and nutrition can detect correct hormonal imbalances as well as problem foods, desensitising them so that in the future the body can once again tolerate the food substance. Once detected and desensitised the food no longer causes fluid retention or bloating.