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Active Hydrogen (molecular hydrogen H2) KW may help High Blood Pressure.

July 29, 2015

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Active Hydrogen (molecular hydrogen H2) KW may help High Blood Pressure.

Let us talk about high blood pressure in this country and why chronic dehydration is the root of high blood pressure.

Most of you know someone with high blood pressure so what is the common why to treat it, with high blood pressure medication and for many people it does help drop their blood pressure so now there is know concern or is there. They have not addressed the root of the problem (chronic dehydration) they have only masked it. Over time side, affects from taking blood pressure medication will affect other organs, issues do not happen over night it happens over time.

People with high blood pressure taking some type of blood pressure medication need to understand how dangerous high blood pressure is and what it will do to your body over time, something will go wrong if they do not get serous and learn why they have high blood pressure and how to lower it with out medication. You do not need to be a doctor to find out the root of your problem it is very simple, hydrate yourself with active hydrogen rich water (KW), water with antioxidants.

You will see a video that will show you how important the right type of water is for treating thick blood, shown by a doctor, but first what high blood pressure is.

According to the National Heart, Lung, and blood Institute High blood pressure (HBP) is a serious condition that can lead to coronary heart disease,heart failure, stroke, kidney failure, and other health problems.

“Blood pressure” is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps blood. If this pressure rises and stays high over time, it can damage the body in many ways.

About 1 in 3 adults in the United States has HBP. The condition itself usually has no signs or symptoms. You can have it for years without knowing it. During this time, though, HBP can damage your heart, blood vessels, kidneys, and other parts of your body.

Blood pressure doesn’t stay the same all the time. It lowers as you sleep and rises when you wake up. Blood pressure also rises when you’re excited, nervous, or active. If your numbers stay above normal most of the time, you’re at risk for health problems. The risk grows as blood pressure numbers rise. “Prehypertension” means you may end up with HBP, unless you take steps to prevent it.

If you’re being treated for HBP and have repeat readings in the normal range, your blood pressure is under control. However, you still have the condition. You should see your doctor and follow your treatment plan to keep your blood pressure under control.

Blood pressure tends to rise with age. Following a healthy lifestyle helps some people delay or prevent this rise in blood pressure.

People who have HBP can take steps to control it and reduce their risk for related health problems. Key steps include following a healthy lifestyle, having ongoing medical care, and following your treatment plan.



Absolutely. Think of cooking oatmeal with plenty of water in the pot. Once the oatmeal is cooked, you can turn the pot upside down and the oatmeal will run out of the pot. Why? Because gravity is strong enough to pull the oatmeal from the pot. If you put too little water in the pot when cooking the oatmeal, the oatmeal will not run out of the pot when you turn it upside down. Why? Because gravity is not strong enough to pull the thick oatmeal from the pot.

This is what happens when you don’t drink enough water and end up dehydrated. When you don’t drink enough water, you don’t put enough water in your blood causing your blood to become too thick.

When the heart squeezes and pushes the thick blood up into the aorta, the blood has to fall down out of the aorta where the aorta bends. This is the equivalent of turning the pot of oatmeal upside down.

Metabolic healing.

Elevated blood pressure affects one out of three Americans. The #1 cause of death that is associated with elevated blood pressure is
hypertensive Heart Disease. There can be many causes to hypertension. Chronic elevation of blood pressure results in a shortened life expectancy as well as the quality of one’s life.

There is an intrinsic link between chronic hypertension, renal failure, dehydration and a deficiency of certain electrolyte minerals. The real irony is that pharmaceutical medications to treat high blood pressure further exacerbate dehydration and mineral loss in the body, which contributes to and in many cases causes renal dysfunction and sets up pictures for heart disease and congestive heart failure.

Water and electrolytes are absolutely two of the most critical components of normal, physiological function. Without a correct balance of fluid and electrolytes, the cells of our body lack the essential electrical conductivity necessary for cellular energy production. When fluid retention (also called edema) accompanies hypertension, it is a primary indicator of intracellular fluid loss, and an accumulation of extracellular tissue fluids.

Edema has very damaging effects upon cellular function. This is due to the destruction of the electronegative colloidal properties of body fluids, a destructive, catabolic scenario.

Blood pressure medications, such as thiazide diuretics deplete the body of potassium and magnesium, two critical electrolytes which maintain normal blood pressure and cellular function.

From what you have read, the right type of water is very important to lower blood pressure and for over all health.

Now look at why active hydrogen – molecular hydrogen H2 alkalized water (KW) none to be the most powerful antioxidant in existence, because of the unique properties of Active hydrogen rich water (KW) it is therapeutic to the body.

Case study

Video on how Active hydrogen- molecular hydrogenH2 alkalized water (KW) helps the thinning of the blood.

Kangen water and a blood test. (Doctor)

Medical professional decided to try KW- Active hydrogen rich water for her high blood pressure.

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Bill & Emily Mabry


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