Panasonic Blood-Powered Batteries? Makes Perfect Sense!

batteryPanasonic is looking into using human blood to power electrical devices!    The company is researching the possibility of how blood could break down sugars to generate power like it generates energy for the human body. This type of “human batter” could ultimately power nano-devices implanted in the body.

Does that sound far-fetched to you?  It shouldn’t! The body is a miraculous (and intricate) charge of electrical impulses and it makes perfect sense that these internal charges could be used to “fire” a battery. …at least for those being implanted into the body.

Its been a long time since some of us have studied basic science.  This reminder should help “connect the dots” to this type of strategy:


When the body suffers injury and it needs to send a message from one point to another, it opens the gate. When the membrane gate opens, sodium and potassium ions move freely into and out of the cell. Negatively charged potassium ions leave the cell, attracted to the positivity outside the membrane, and positively charged sodium ions enter it, moving toward the negative charge. The result is a switch in the concentrations of the two types of ions — and rapid switch in charge.  It’s kind of like switching between a 1 and 0 — this flip between positive and negative generates an electrical impulse. This impulse triggers the gate on the next cell to open, creating another charge, and so on. In this way, an electrical impulse moves from a  nerve in your stubbed toe to the part of your brain that senses pain.

Since everything relies on these electrical signals, any breakdown in your body’s electrical system is a major problem. When you get an electric shock for instance,  it interrupts the normal operation of the system, sort of like a power surge.  A shock at the lightning level can cause your body to stop because the electrical process doesn’t work anymore — it’s fried.

There are also less dramatic problems, like a misfire that causes a heart palpitation or an extra heartbeat, or a lack of blood flow to the heart that upsets the pacemaker and causes other parts of the heart to start sending out electrical (misfire) impulses. This is sometimes what causes someone to die from coronary artery disease,  or narrowing of the arteries. If the heart is constantly being told to contract, it never gets in a full contraction, and it can’t get enough blood to the rest of body, leading to oxygen deprivation and a possible heart attack or even stroke.

Many health problems can be directly attributed to misfiring of electrical signals.  Much research is being conducted regarding impulse issues that may be the contributing factor behind things like Parkinson’s disease, MS, MD, ALS, epilepsy,  Alzheimer’s and many more.  It would be fabulous to discover the root cause, but what can be done about misfired electrical impulses?

I drink electrolyzed, reduced, hexagonal water in my attempt to avoid a “misfire”.   My water is electrically charged and it is restructured to reduce the size of the molecule clusters so that I am able to  hydrate at the cellular level with every drop. You would be shocked (no pun intended) to witness the profound physical improvement that people experience  just by drinking electrolyzed, reduced, hexagonal water.  If you think THAT sounds far-fetched…perhaps you need a lesson on the power (and the electrical charge) of H2O?  That’s for another time….



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Heart Attacks and Dehydration…Warning!

heartOne particular heart condition is rarely discussed and yet it can attributed to thousands of deaths each year in the U.S. alone.  Cardiovascular Shock, more commonly known by its primary cause“Dehydration”.

Cardiovascular Shock occurs when the body becomes dehydrated that it plunges into a state of shock. This is the main reason why the vast majority of heart attacks (and strokes) happen late at night or in the wee hours of the morning. While you’re resting, your body is working overtime to repair and replenish itself and it uses a lot of fluids to do the job so your body becomes chronically dehydrated during your sleep.  Imagine the damage that you’re bringing upon yourself by not drinking enough fluids throughout the day to compensate for the late night needs of the body.  It’s highly recommended that you drink a few large glasses of room temperature water as soon as you rise in the morning so that you address dehydration before you begin your daily routine. Your coffee (diuretic) and the morning work-out (more dehydration) can wait until you’ve addressed your body’s basic needs for survival.

Dehydration is not an uncommon problem. In fact, it is reported that as many as 80 percent of Americans are living in a continuous state of sub-clinical dehydration and are not even aware of it.  A sub-clinical state is defined as being just enough dehydration to be a potential problem but not enough to cause severe symptoms (yet).  In other words, you are teetering on the edge of disaster and it’s only a matter of time before dehydration kills you…either slowly from a chronic disease or all at once with a fatal heart attack or stroke.  Is it really worth the risk to you?

Most people make a few mistakes when it comes to hydration.  First, they often change out water for another fluid. No matter what the label on the bottle says or how refreshing your fluid looks in a glass, NOTHING replaces the body’s need for healthy water. You may not die of thirst as long as you are drinking something but you’re assuredly doing serious damage to your body by denying it what it needs.  Replacing healthy water for another fluid is not an option if you care about your health.  

The next mistake that people make when it comes to hydration is that they rely on feeling thirsty and then they only drink enough to satisfy their thirst but not enough to safeguard normal physiology.  Your sense of thirst is your body’s warning signal to let you know that you are already chronically dehydrated.  Do you wait until the warning light on the dashboard of your car comes on before you tend to what your vehicle needs?  Warning lights are WARNINGS and not a simple prompt intended to signal you to add just enough fluid to make the warning light go out! You may not have been born with an Owner’s Manual but we all know from science and physicians that the body needs a minimum of 64 ounces of water each day JUST TO STAY ALIVE. I’m thinking that living life will require that you consume a lot more than that.  

Unfortunately, In a great percentage of dehydration victims the first symptoms are often fatal. The tragedy of this condition is that it could have easily been avoided by simply increasing the intake of healthy water.  

Bottoms-up, Boomers!



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