While some stress is beneficial to you, chronic stress can cause negative consequences.This includes physical and mental symptoms such as physical health decline and depression. Ongoing stress symptoms can lead to burnout, where you experience long-term exhaustion and diminished interest in work. This is similar to what can be experienced by people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
Two questions I get asked all the time is ‘How do I know if my body’s acidic?’ and ‘What is the pH of the water I’m drinking?’ In this article I will answer these questions and give you 3 tips that can reduce symptoms of stress.
Tip 1: Test your body’s pH levels
The first step is to test your urine and saliva pH levels using pH test strips. To test the pH level of your body, you can use pH test sticks to test your urine and saliva. This will give you a sense of how acidic your body is and how urgently you need to look at diets that work. You can then start to regain wellness and get relief from your symptoms by switching to alkalizing foods and water.
Tip 2: Switch To Ionized, Alkalized Water
Due to impurities in the water, the tap water available to us is often acidic. To test the water in your taps, you can purchase a little bottle of pH agent, and put a couple of teaspoons in, one or two drops, and that will show you if your water is alkaline, neutral, or acidic.
Drinking Alkaline Water will assist your body to become more alkaline which increases your body’s wellness. It will help you to feel great and have more energy for yourself and loved ones. Access Ionized, Alkaline Water by using a quality water filter.
Tip 3: Implement a healthy diet plan that alkalizes your body
If you are like many people, you are consuming acidic food which can decrease your resilience to stress symptoms. Harmful bacteria and viruses thrive in an acidic internal environment. While healthy blood pH stays around pH 7.35-7.45, below or above this range can mean symptoms and disease. A natural remedy to the symptoms of stress is the implementation of a healthy diet plan. A healthy diet can contribute to prevention against burnout.
These 3 tips will help you know your body’s pH levels so that you can gain relief from the symptoms of stress.
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