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“WARNING” What does High Blood Pressure and Dehydration has in Common

May 17, 2014

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“WARNING” What does High Blood Pressure and Dehydration has in Common

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The answer to that is simple, your blood is 95% water if you are not drinking 12 to 15 glasses of water per day you are dehydrated which cases your blood to be thicker, which cases your heart to work harder, does that make sense.

If you think drinking bottle water, tap water, those so called alkaline water you buy at the health food stores, coffee, sports drinks, sodas count as water you are wrong, you are still dehydrated please read on.

High blood pressure, or you might know it as hypertension, is a very difficult and common health disorder that can lead to strokes, kidney disease, and congestive heart failure.

High blood pressure changes the structure of small arteries, making the wall of the arteries thicker and thereby making the opening, where the blood runs, smaller. This is why the pressure of the blood goes up, it has to push harder to get through the narrowed arteries.

If the blood pressure gets high enough, arteries will be destroyed and the detrimental effects of hypertension increase continuously as pressure increases including thickening of your heart, damage to your brain and eyes.

High Blood Pressure

Your blood is your body’s transport system. It carries both nutrients and oxygen to the tissues of your body. It also carries waste products away from the tissues and helps maintain body temperature. To do these things, your blood must circulate continuously. ….

Acidification of the body starts in the blood. As mentioned before, the blood performs a balancing acts in order to maintain the blood pH within the safe range of 7.3 to 7.45. The blood has a buffer pool of sodium bicarbonate made to neutralize strong acid compounds coming out of the cells as waste products of metabolism. When this buffer level is too low, acidosis is developed.

Acidosis and high blood pressure

Dr. Kancho Kuninaka, one of the pioneers of the alkaline water treatment in Japan, states that virtually without exception, the patients with high blood pressure have an acidosis condition. He has many successful clinical cases where the acid free high pH alkaline water lowered blood pressure

There are several plausible explanations for this phenomenon. Since the higher pH blood contains excess oxygen, the heart doesn’t have to work as hard. Another factor may be that the viscosity of higher pH blood is low so that the heart does not need to pump as hard. A further reason may be that the calcium ions in alkaline water may be dissolving plaque and cholesterol build-up in the artery walls, thus opening up the passage.

Doctors know that if you take several deep breaths right before the blood pressure measurement, you can get a lower reading. You have temporarily elevated the pH of the blood by breathing out more CO2 and by breathing in more O2. If you can lower your blood pressure by using this trick, your blood pressure is caused by the first two reasons in the above paragraph and you should be able to lower your blood pressure within a few months of drinking the alkaline water.

We all know by research that all medications have some type of side affects, blood pressure medications is no exception. Long-term use of blood pressure medication will cause damage to your liver or your kidneys or both.

What if it was as simple as changing the type of water you are drinking to bring your blood pressure down to normal wouldn’t that make more since. Think how much money you would save just by drinking more water and not taking drugs now that makes since.

Watch this very important video on how restructured alkaline water affects blood that is dehydrated, a doctor did this test; the proof is in the pudding.

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