Electrolysis and Electrolytes
to frequently asked
" Electrolysis" is the electrical process invented by Michael Faraday in the
1800's that splits the water molecule into negative ion "Electrolytes"
that you drink and the other half of the molecule is positive ions that drain
back into the sink through a third hose. Electrolysis was only applied to
drinking water within the past 12 years!
electrolyte minerals, calcium, potassium, magnesium and sodium. Remember, your
body is an electrical phenomenon and operates on these electrolytes. The small
molecules absorb into the bloodstream is due to the fact that our water from the
"Aging Younger" ionizer, is electrolyte-rich alkaline water. This
electrolyte-rich alkaline water is produced because—the major alkaline mineral
in tap water is predominantly calcium. All of the alkaline minerals will be
coming out of your faucet,- are the electrolyte minerals.
physiology, an electrolyte disturbance is an abnormal change in the
electrolytes in the body, usually constituting a
medical emergency. Severe or prolonged electrolyte disturbance can lead to
organ failure, and ultimately
death, such as with
Electrolytes play a
vital role in maintaining
homeostasis within the body. They help to regulate myocardial and
neurological function, fluid balance, oxygen delivery, acid-base balance and
much more. Electrolyte imbalances can develop by the following mechanisms:
excessive ingestion or diminished elimination of an electrolyte or diminished
ingestion or excessive elimination of an electrolyte. The most common cause of
electrolyte disturbances is
renal failure. The most serious
electrolyte disturbances involve abnormalities in the levels of
calcium. Other electrolyte imbalances are less common, and often occur in
conjunction with major electrolyte changes. Chronic
laxative abuse or severe
vomiting can lead to electrolyte disturbances along with
dehydration. People suffering from bulimia or anorexia are at especially
high risk for an electrolyte imbalance.
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