Ionized alkaline restructured water can help lower high blood pressure. 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 are many causes to hypertension. Chronic elevation of blood pressure results in a shortened life expectancy as well as the quality of life. There is a link between chronic hypertension, renal failure, dehydration and a deficiency of certain electrolyte minerals.
The irony is that pharmaceutical medications prescribed to treat high blood pressure further exacerbate dehydration and mineral loss in the body. This contributes to and in many cases causes renal dysfunction and sets up pictures for heart disease and congestive heart failure. Some blood pressure medications deplete the body of potassium and magnesium, two critical electrolytes which maintain normal blood pressure and cellular function.
Doctors have shown that patients with high blood pressure have an acidosis condition and drinking high pH ionized restructured alkaline water can help lower blood pressure. The heart is the center of all blood circulation. Your blood transports all nutrients and oxygen to the cells of your body and removes all waste away from your tissues. Acidification of the body starts in the blood.
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.
Can dehydration cause high blood pressure? 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. 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 aorta is the main trunk of a series of vessels which convey the oxygenated blood to the tissues of the body for their nutrition) 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. This is what happens when you don’t drink enough water and end up dehydrated.