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EFFECTIVENESS OF ALKALINE WATER CONSUMPTION TO HUMAN HEALTH IN COMPARISON WITH NORMAL WATER AND REVERSE OSMOSIS PURIFIED WATER

*Parth Surati, Dr. Bhavikkumar Satani, Dr. Avinash Khadela and Dr. Bhavin Vyas

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Background: Acute and chronic diseases have become a public health problem globally, regionally, nationally and locally. Acute and chronic both types of diseases took a lot of attention in India towards human health. Various types of drugs and treatments are available to overcome acute and chronic diseases. However, these efforts have not been able to achieve optimal results due to many obstacles encountered in our day to day lifestyle. One of the emerging non-pharmacological approach that has been advised by experts is to consume alkaline water to alter the severity level of diseases in human body. With this background we have tried to evaluate the effectiveness of alkaline water consumption in comparison with normal water and reverse osmosis purified water. Methods: This study was done among three different groups of population that consume normal water, reverse osmosis purified water and alkaline water. Variables like blood pH, urine pH, serum creatinine and serum urea were observed in this study to know the effectiveness of alkaline water consumption in various chronic and acute diseases conditions compared to normal water and reverse osmosis purified water. Results: The results of the Blood pH, Urine pH, Serum Creatinine and Serum Urea level for these three different groups [Alkaline water, Reverse osmosis purified water and Normal water] are reported in specific range. For Alkaline water Urine pH [6.8- 8.0] is more basic compare to Reverse osmosis purified water [5.8- 7.0] and Normal water[4.5- 5.9]. Blood pH range is for Normal water [7.350-7.410], Reverse osmosis purified water [7.361-7.419] and Alkaline water[7.409-7.450]. Serum Urea level for Alkaline water [7-16] is more compare to Normal water[6-20] and Reverse osmosis purified water [6-20]. Serum Creatinine level reported in between 0.7- 1.4. Urine pH Mean value± Standard deviation were reported for Normal water [5.3± 0.39], Reverse osmosis purified water [6.42± 0.34*] and Alkaline water [7.51± 0.35*]. Blood pH Mean value± Standard deviation were reported for Normal water [7.37± 0.02], Reverse osmosis purified water [7.39± 0.01] and Alkaline water[7.44± 0.01]. Serum Urea Mean value± Standard deviation were reported for Normal water[11.36± 3.61], Reverse osmosis purified water [11.78± 3.21] and Alkaline water[12.24± 2.56]. Serum Creatinine Mean value± Standard deviation were reported for Normal water[1.022± 0.21], Reverse osmosis purified water [0.952± 0.19] and Alkaline water[0.986± 0.22]. Conclusion: The Patients consumed Alkaline water are less suffered from chronic diseases and in other two groups patients [Normal water, Reverse osmosis purified water] are more suffered from chronic diseases. Alkaline water is also helpful in chemotherapy, in Diabetes Mellitus patients and gastrointestinal conditions to prevent these types of diseases or to maintain the sugar levels. To achieve maximum results from nonpharmacology therapy performed, people with chronic or acute diseases should routinely consume drugs provided by health personnel and always strive for a healthy life.

Keywords: Alkaline water, Normal water, Reverse osmosis purified water.


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