Impressive Benefits of Hydrogen Water

Power, Health & Beauty


 1.    Hydrogen Increases Performance

 The consumption of hydrogen decreases lactic acid build-up. Lactic acid leads to fatigue and limit our performance

 level. As a result, athletes are able to recover in shorter amount of time with increased performance level.

 The effects of hydrogen on athletes and exercise is a promising area worth keeping your eye on.

 

     2.    Hydrogen Boosts Fat Loss

      Long term consumption of hydrogen improves fat and sugar percentages and a number of other metabolic

     functions. This helps to lose body fat and weight.

 

     3.   Hydrogen Enhances Energy Metabolism (CFS)

      Hydrogen protects the mitochondria, also known the "powerhouse of the cell". This helps with energy production

      and assist with routine cell maintenance.

 

     4.   Hydrogen Strengthens Immune System.

 Sixty percent of our immune system is tied to gut health. Damage in the gastrointestinal tract can cause a number of

 health issues that can, in turn, affect other organs in your body. Hydrogen’s ability to help counteract toxins in the

 gut and increase the secretions of healthy hormones directly affects the body’s ability to fight off illness and

 infection.

 

     5.   Hydrogen Is The Most Natural Antioxidant

      Hydrogen gas acts as powerful antioxidant and has been shown to protect cell from even the most most toxic   

     reactive oxygen species. This function can reduce oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is suspected to be influential in developing diseases like: Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's, Lou Gehrig's disease, and Huntington's.

 

     6.   Hydrogen Suppresses Inflammations (MCS)

       As we age, our cells accumulate cell damage, often from oxidative stress caused by lifelong exposure to the sun and 

      toxic chemicals in the environment. Hydrogen consumption can reduce cell damage caused by oxidation and reduce

      or inhibit inflammatory reactions. This is particularly true with bones and joints.

 

     7.   Hydrogen Improves Brain Function

                       Hydrogen consumption, especially the inhalation of hydrogen easily reaches the brain and reduces oxidative

                     stress, and prevents the stress-induced decline in learning and memory.

 

 8.   Hydrogen Improves Mood

 The consumption of hydrogen boosts levels of certain neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are in charge of our

 mood and help to reduce symptoms of stress and depressive illness. Drinking hydrogen water or inhaling hydrogen

       improves our mood and makes us overall happier.

    

       9.   Hydrogen Helps With Allergies

  Hydrogen is a promising potential remedy for people with allergic, inflammatory conditions like eczema as it

  seems to balance the immune response.

 

  10.  Hydrogen As Anti-Aging

  Molecular hydrogen’s natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities make this element a great

  anti-aging tool. Telomeres are the caps at the end of each strand of DNA that protect our

  chromosomes. Hydrogen positively affects telomerase activity. The length and stability of telomeres

  are directly linked to the lifespan of a human cell. Hydrogen water could also boost collagen

  production, reduce UV damage and act as an antioxidant in skin cells. In other words, the

  consumption of hydrogen will make your skin look fresh and healthy, and noticeably reduces skin

  winkles. Hydrogen also helps with sunburn and other skin damages.

 

  11.  Hydrogen Enhances Wound Healing

  Hydrogen intake reduces the wound size of pressure ulcers and enhances recovery.

 

  12.  Hydrogen Improves Bladder Health

   Consuming hydrogen water reduces bladder volume by neutralizing oxidative stress. It can also

   improve the responsiveness of bladder muscles. As a strong antioxidant, hydrogen could potentially

   help those with a bladder obstruction.

 

   13.  Hydrogen helps with sleep deficit and jet lag.

   Due to its extremely small size and lipid solubility, hydrogen can easily reach cell membranes,

   mitochondria, tissues, and organs. This is how hydrogen reaches areas in our body that are

   responsible for our sleep. Other antioxidants and food supplements are too big to be effective here.