Oxygenated water might lower high blood pressure. This is due to low oxygen level in cell, as explained by Dr. David Minkoff.
Q: Will super oxygenated water help me with my high blood pressure?
Dr. Minkoff: It might. One of the theories on high blood pressure is if the tissues, the cells, all around the body, are not getting enough oxygen that the pressure of the blood has to be increased so the oxygen can get delivered. Now sometimes it doesn’t get delivered because the magnesium level in the body is low and all the blood vessels are in spasm.
Sometimes it’s because there is a deficiency of essential fats and the blood is a little thick and it’s not getting pushed through. Sometimes it’s low vitamin D and the tissue needs more pressure to get blood through because the blood vessels are constricted. So, if those are the reasons, the sort of bottom line on the problem is the cells aren’t getting oxygen. And the message that goes back to the central nervous system and the heart is: “increase the pressure so we can get more blood into the tissues so we can get more oxygen delivered.”
Reference: We all need Oxygen-Detox
FACT: While 10% of our body’s energy comes from food and water… a staggering 90% of our energy comes from oxygen!
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Trishah May 5th, 2017
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