Basically ionized water is water (H2O) that is converted into OH- (and H +) by an ionization or electrolysis chamber. Fatigue solved by drinking water.
That alkaline water would then be good to serve as an antioxidant for eg free radicals and an overly acidic body, making it neutralized.
Now many of these ionization machines are used and sold, which therefore serve as a production just before consumption. But you can not keep that (active) water for long. Because: "In addition to the pH value, all of these changes are unstable and the water will thus return to its original appearance after some time."
Water, a super drink. It seems that you can not buy bottles with ionized water. And if so, I do not understand why not?
Because if you now have a bottle with only OH (and some other minerals), how do those molecules react so that it is not 'sustainable'? Drinking water helps with losing some weight.
Basic ionized water is a non-existent product. Electrolysis does not change the pH, because electrolyze produces H2 and H2 from H2O. The pH of pure water is regulated by the 'water equilibrium': H2O <> H + + OH-. This balance is further only dependent on the temperature (that is why it is called a balance). Basic water can only be obtained by dissolving a base in water, ie whether a substance containing OH- with its counter-ions (such as Na +) or a proton acceptor (such as soda, Na2CO3 + H2O> 2Na + + OH- + HCO3-).
Can food influence your sleep. You mix up a few things - something that indicates that you have extracted your information from alternative sites. Ionized water exists (for a short time), but that is not basic. Ionized water is water of which a part of the water molecules is split into H3O + and OH-. This split occurs naturally: there is a balance between 2H2O on the one hand, and H3O + and OH- on the other hand. Under normal circumstances, this equilibrium is such that a ten millionth part of the water molecules has been changed to H3O +. Ten million is 10 to the power 7; which is 7 than the pH of normal water (this is the definition of pH). You can use a lot of effort to ionize a larger fraction of the water, but that will not take long - think of a fraction of a millisecond. Thereafter, the balance will automatically recover. There is basic water. Basic water has many more OH ions and much less H3O + ions than neutral water. So basic water contains a surplus of negative ions. But that is not possible at all: the water as a whole must be electrically neutral. This is only possible by dissolving positive ions in the water. Normally these are metal ions. Consider, for example, positively charged sodium ions; in that case we also call the alkaline water caustic soda (possibly diluted sodium hydroxide solution), although these alternative sites prefer to keep silent. That alkaline water has a long shelf life. Think (again) of caustic soda. As long as you do not dilute or mix it, it simply remains the same basic water. In the body, strong alkaline water gives a caustic reaction (think - again - to sodium hydroxide, which can even burn the skin, let alone what happens to your mouth, throat and esophagus if you drink it that way). Diluted basic water tastes a bit strange but does not do much. The main effects are that you (too?) Ingest a lot of (metal) ions, and that your stomach will produce extra gastric acid to maintain the acidity of the stomach - that is an important task of the stomach. Should the acidity of the stomach drop too far through the alkaline water, bacteria and fungi will get free rein. The acidity of your body is not affected at all. At most, therefore, that of your stomach, and also there only temporarily - at least, that is to be hoped for your health.
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