05.01.09

How to combat rosacea

Posted in Rosacea at 3:14 pm

THE FIRST PLACE TO START is learning of your body pH or waste pH which is the pH of your urine. It is easy to do and only takes about 3 seconds per day once you have the pH strip in hand. Usually at night is the best time, but in mid morning and any time in the evening is even more ideal. Learning the pH teaches you the acidity or toxicity of your urine and is the culmination of foods, drinks, medications consumed combined with the body’s own stress hormones of adrenaline. Overall the reading informs you that you need to lower the pH with more water, fresh or frozen vegetables preferably over canned vegetables and reducing breads, cheese, etc. Let us first learn about how to measure pH and what it means.

The letters pH stand for potential of hydrogen, since pH is effectively a measure of the concentration of hydrogen ions  in a substance. Acidity is measured as a pH of 1 to 7 while alkalinity is 7 to 14. The value of 7 represents neutrality and lower numbers indicate increasing acidity and higher numbers increasing alkalinity and on which each unit of change represents a tenfold change in acidity or alkalinity and that is the negative logarithm of the effective hydrogen-ion concentration or hydrogen-ion activity in gram equivalents per liter of the solution. This scale is logarithmic; meaning that each number is ten times stronger than the preceding number. For example, a pH of 2 is ten times more acidic than a pH of 3 and one hundred times more acidic than a pH of 4. Or each number is ten times stronger than the preceding number. For example, a pH of 2 is ten times more acidic than a pH of 3 and one hundred times more acidic than a pH of 4. The pH of lemon juice is 2.4; that of household ammonia is 11.5.

As human blood is always fluctuating depending on what we eat and drink short term and long term, the blood pH fluctuates all during the day and varies between 7.35 and 7.42. It is only one of 100,000 humans that could get into a low blood pH, whereas the other 999,000 would be a low blood pH. However, be assured that 100% or 100,000 of rosacea patients have a very low blood pH. The blood pH can be increased to a daily normal level so that the blood and other organs including the skin does not have to make a withdrawal from the bones which happens each night thus the rosacea patient awakens and looks their best early in the mornings. So simply keeping the blood pH is most important in that hydrogen cells are most important in that hydrogen is the bonding agent matrix for each cell of the body system of skin, eyes, brain, bones and internal organs.

Since water is the most common molecule in the human body, it should be no surprise that water is the most abundant solvent. In the body, And as water contains two hydrogen cells and one oxygen cell (H20) that water is an effective solvent for breaking down acids (toxins) in all human body cells and maintaining a higher pH for all cells of the body which also prevents cancer cells as all human body cells are healthier with more hydrogen and more oxygen. Alkalize For Health - Oxygen - Cancer  Alternatives ,Water is the most common molecule in the human body (~98-99%). Both hydrogen atoms are attached to the single oxygen atom by polar bonds. The oxygen has a slightly negative charge and the hydrogen atoms each have a slightly positive charge. This allows for hydrogen bonding to all other elements in the human body thus is the one element in the human body that hold us together by the bonding with other atoms to hold each individual cell together which allows for longer healthy cell life and preventing cell death  or cell apoptosis: Apoptosis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia or programmed cell death or early cell death due to DNA breakdown resulting from a lack of bonding due to a shortage of hydrogen. Drink water (H20  - containing 2 hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom)  with out filters to keep the minerals and to maintain a high pH to raise the blood pH and thus to keep from borrowing from your bone bank account.

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