Alkaline Water And Pregnancy | What You Need To Know
Effects of Pregnancy on the Body’s Acidity
Pregnancy can be an exciting and scary time! From the moment the pregnancy test turns positive, there comes a whole new set of emotions and questions, including what is and isn’t safe for you and your baby.
It’s pretty common knowledge to stay away from cigarettes, alcohol, and shellfish, but what about alkaline water? Can you continue to drink it while pregnant?
Many of us are familiar with the phrase, “Get real.” The words are meant to make us reevaluate our current line of thinking and consider a course more in line with the reality of the situation.
That’s what I love about Tyent customers. They are real people who are real happy to share their experience with others who would like to know if all this positive talk about water ionizers is justified. They were not paid for their endorsement but willingly lined-up to let the world know of the remarkable results they personally derived from drinking water from a Tyent water ionizer.
By now, many of you have heard of alkaline water and the claims made of its almost miraculous healing properties covering a broad range of illnesses and conditions. It seems the list grows longer with each passing day. I wanted to look at two of the more common ones that have affected people in my own life.
Below is a bulleted short list that I would like to look at a little more closely.
Two Common conditions that drinking alkaline water can help
• Acid Reflux Syndrome
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Have you been feeling the burn? We’re not talking about your muscles burning from strenuous exercise or your skin baking in the hot summer sun. We’re referring to that burn you get deep in your chest after you eat certain foods. More than 60 million Americans experience acid reflux at least once per month. So, let’s talk about the causes and symptoms of acid reflux and how alkaline water can help.
Causes of Acid Reflux
Eating large meals
Lying on your back after a large meal
Eating certain foods such as tomatoes, chocolate, garlic, onions or spicy or fatty foods
Drinking certain beverages including soda, alcohol, coffee or tea