What is Oxygenated Water?

What is Oxygenated Water?

You probably already know that Tyent Water is packed with oxygen.  This is clearly visible when you fill up a glass of ionized water and you see all of those bubbles floating around in your glass.  However, do you know how this oxygen gets in your water and why it’s good for you?  Read on to find out more.

What is Oxygenated Water?

The Science Behind Oxygenated Water

Here is the scientific explanation of what oxygenated water is.  Water is H2O, two hydrogen atoms for each oxygen atom. Neutral water has an equal number of OH- ions (hydroxyl ions) and H+ ions (hydrogen ions), maintaining the 2 to 1 ratio of hydrogen and oxygen atoms. Alkaline water is water with more OH- ions than H+ ions. This water has more oxygen atoms compared to the 2 to 1 ratio of hydrogen to oxygen atom of regular water.

Here is a video where you can see some doctors talking about the water and there is an animation showing how the additional oxygen is created.

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Why is Oxygen in the Body So Important?

Oxygen is so important for your body. Your blood cells carry oxygen for use throughout your body. The oxygenated water can help increase energy and help boost your immune system!  Here are some symptoms of not having enough oxygen in your body:

  • Dizziness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Headache
  • Elevated blood pressure
  • Lethargy
  • Lack of coordination

Here is a video example of what happens to your blood after drinking oxygen-packed Tyent Water.


There is simply no better way to get additional oxygen in your body than drinking Tyent alkaline ionized water.  Once you and your family start drinking it, you will find the same amazing benefits that all of our other customers find.  Please check out our Testimonials page to see how Tyent Water has changed the lives of so many people.  How has Tyent Water changed your life?


What is Oxygenated Water?
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