How to use hydrogen most effectively Aug 08, 2021
The standard recently proposed by the International Hydrogen Medical Standards Committee is that the intake of hydrogen from drinking Rich Hydrogen Water should have a hydrogen concentration of not less than 0.5 ppm and at least 0.5 mg per person per day. For example, when the hydrogen concentration in hydrogen water is 2ppm, you only need to drink 500ml of hydrogen water every day, if it is 1ppm, you need 1000ml. There is no standard for how much hydrogen should be inhaled. With reference to this 0.5 mg, it is about 2% inhalation for about 30 minutes. Taking into account the factors of intake efficiency and blood hydrogen peak concentration, inhalation should be magnified several times to be more effective.

In many clinical hydrogen medical studies in the past, it was generally 1-3 mg of hydrogen per day, as opposed to 1000-2000 ml of saturated hydrogen water. For example, a study found that drinking 900 ml of saturated hydrogen water a day for two consecutive months, the blood lipids of the experimental group had more obvious changes than the control group, or that it can improve blood lipids for some people. Japanese scholars have found that drinking 1,000 ml of hydrogen water per day for 48 weeks can improve the clinical manifestations of Parkinson's disease patients. Recently, it was discovered that 300 ml of hydrogen water per day, continuous drinking for 1 year can delay the cognitive function of patients with specific genes of Alzheimer's disease, suggesting that it has the effect of preventing Alzheimer's disease.

Unlike many chemical drugs, hydrogen and other gases can be released out of the body through respiration, which results in a very short residence time of hydrogen in the body, which is greatly affected by factors such as the way of ingesting hydrogen and the time of ingesting hydrogen. In addition to the past explanations, these two situations need to be considered.

On the one hand, different ways of supplying hydrogen can produce different effects. We have already had some discussions in this regard. For example, the way of inhalation may be that the internal organs of the body such as the heart, liver, brain, kidney and other important organs can play a role, and the effect of drinking hydrogen water may have a better effect on the digestive tract, because Although the dose of inhaled hydrogen into the blood can be relatively high, it is difficult to enter the digestive tract and inside, and it is even less likely to have a direct impact on bacteria in the digestive tract. Although drinking hydrogen water or inhaling hydrogen can work all over the body, it is difficult to achieve relatively high concentrations locally, especially on the surface organs and tissues, such as glasses, nose, mouth, and skin. These organs use hydrogen and hydrogen water locally. The role may be better. Eye drops and eye washes, nasal cavity flushing, whole body bathing, and local skin wet compresses can obtain higher concentrations of hydrogen locally, and the solution to the problems in these areas may also be more obvious.

On the other hand, different usage methods can produce different effects. For example, if you drink 1000 ml of hydrogen water, you drink it in one breath at a time, and drink it slowly in 30 minutes. If you don’t consider the factor of hydrogen volatilization from the water, the total amount of hydrogen entering the body is not much different, but the amount of hydrogen in the blood There is a huge difference between the maximum concentration and duration. Drinking one breath at a time can get the highest hydrogen concentration, but drinking slowly can get a longer hydrogen retention time.

The effect of a drug is often determined by two factors, the peak value and the duration. Inhalation of high concentration hydrogen can obtain high blood hydrogen concentration, which is an advantage for certain diseases that require large doses to obtain the effect, but for chronic and relatively mild pathological processes, long-term inhalation of low concentration may be more ideal. However, when drinking hydrogen water, the peak concentration in the blood and liver can be very high. When drinking hydrogen water, the hydrogen uptake rate is relatively fast, because the concentration gradient of hydrogen is relatively large, but drinking hydrogen water is difficult to obtain a stable and continuous hydrogen concentration. The time is relatively short.

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