Why You Should Drink Carbonated Water<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XspP7Cbw4fA" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Source</a>

I feel so much better when I drink carbonated water vs. regular water, and I think I know why. Check this out!

Video on CO2:


0:00 Introduction: Is carbonated water bad for you?
0:25 Carbonated water explained
0:50 Understanding carbon dioxide
2:57 Benefits of CO2
7:02 Learn more about the water you drink!

Let’s talk about carbonated water. Water is carbonated by adding CO2. This makes it bubbly and slightly acidic.

The body needs CO2 for oxygen to be absorbed into the cells. You can even put your body in a hypoxic state (low oxygen state) by depriving your tissues of CO2.

Carbonated spas or baths are used in some places for people with circulatory problems or diabetic wounds. It’s also used as a therapy for people after a stroke and to decrease the rate of amputation.

While I wasn’t able to find research on the health benefits of carbonated water, I did find some parallel research on CO2. CO2 is a potent anti-tumor, anti-cancer, and anti-inflammatory gas.

One study found a significant increase in the activation of the parasympathetic nervous system by increasing CO2. The parasympathetic nervous system counters fight or flight mode and supports healing, digestion, and sleep.

CO2 is a key factor we can’t ignore. You can increase your CO2 by breathing through your nose, especially while you sleep or exercise. Hot springs also have a significant amount of CO2. It’s even used in certain skin creams.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this helps increase your awareness of the interesting benefits of CO2. I’ll see you in the next video.

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