• Experiment on whether detoxification is effective
    June 8,2021. Experiment on whether detoxification is effective
    We decided to perform a urine pH test before detoxification, and then perform another pH test after detoxification to compare the results. My first pH test showed that the normal acidic noodles are more. I am ready to see if this detoxification will actually change my pH within 30 minutes. The main purpose of these foot detoxifications is to make the body's pH more "alkaline", but what is the importance of alkalinity? Alkaline physique is essential to a person's health. Diseases thrive in an acidic environment. So basically, the lower the acidity of your body and the stronger the alkalinity, the less likely you are to develop diseases such as osteoporosis or cancer, Christine said. The Centers for Disease Control reports that as many as 85% of diseases are caused by toxins and pollutants in our body. When the ion balance is 80% negative ions and 20% positive ions, the human body functions best. So how do we achieve this goal? The things we put in the body, such as the food we eat, are either acidic or alkaline. Check out your own food chart here. The more alkaline foods you can add to your diet, the better. Ion detox helps to promote the alkalization process through the ionization process, thereby removing "free radicals" in the body. The pH test says: Yes! My pH after detoxification was right in the middle of the spectrum, and it was obviously more alkaline than before detoxification. Christine said that detoxification continues to alkalinize the body through urination and sweating within 48 hours of treatment, which is an added benefit. You should not eat/drink acidic foods after treatment to help better promote the detoxification process. Most people can benefit from ion detox. It is particularly beneficial for people suffering from gastrointestinal diseases, skin diseases, fungal or yeast infections, and cancer. The benefit of this form of detoxification is that it is “gentle and safe, without compromise, because it bypasses the gastrointestinal system,” Christine said. When combined with acupuncture, detoxification can also stimulate blood flow and treat peripheral neuropathy. For people who do not have a specific disease, the best time to detox is during the transitional seasons: spring and autumn.
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  • As part of a health plan-ion detox foot bath therapy
    May 11,2021. As part of a health plan-ion detox foot bath therapy
    The method of using the positive and negative ions produced by the ion generator to wash your feet in hot water is called electrolysis. The array is the actual ion generator device that can be immersed in water to generate and flow ionic charges in the solution. It works by activating cells, improving metabolism and detoxifying all organs, helping the body to restore health, strengthening immunity, preventing pathogens and ultimately renewing the body and mind. The working mode of ionization is a water molecule composed of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. When a molecule loses a hydrogen atom, the remaining OH molecule is negatively charged. When you walk along the beach, your body absorbs millions of negatively charged ions, which alkalinize blood and tissues. A healthy person should contain 80% negative electrons and 20% positrons. In most cases, poor eating habits and high stress are the main reasons for the accumulation of toxins, because we tend to accumulate and store too much waste. Some of these wastes can include many acids, such as diacetic acid, pyruvic acid, lactic acid, butyric acid, uric acid, carbonic acid, acetic acid, and hepatic acid. Some of the benefits of the ion cleansing detox course include: Enhanced immune system, improved memory and sleep, liver detoxification, kidney and parasite cleansing, removing heavy metals, reducing pain, increasing energy and reducing stress levels. As we all know, this process can: By eliminating chemicals in the form of drugs, environmental pollution and our daily food (especially processed foods and meat), it helps to significantly reduce wrinkles, help treat acne and other skin problems, reduce water retention, and help recovery The vitality of the body to resist environmental toxins. It has a positive effect on weight loss, relieve headaches, delay aging, improve body flexibility and absorb nutrients.
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  • Emergency Oxygen Shortage In India
    April 29,2021. Emergency Oxygen Shortage In India
    IMAGE COPYRIGHTGETTY IMAGES image captionHospitals in Delhi have been forced to display signs saying they have run out of oxygen Twenty-five families in India's capital Delhi woke up to the news on Friday morning that someone they loved had died in the city's Sir Ganga Ram hospital, reportedly because coronavirus patients could not get enough oxygen. The hospital's medical director said a severe shortfall had slowed the flow of oxygen to 25 of the sickest patients, who needed a high pressure, stable supply. The tragedy came at the end of a week where several major hospitals in Delhi have repeatedly come close to running out of oxygen, which can help patients with the virus who need support with their breathing stay alive. On Tuesday, it took a desperate public plea from the chief minister and an intervention from the high court for the Indian central government to organise a late night refill. An oxygen tanker eventually arrived at Sir Ganga Ram hospital on Friday morning, shortly after a dire warning that 60 more patients were on the verge of death. But India's rising wave of cases is pushing its healthcare system to the brink - from the country's richest cities to its remotest corners. A battle for breath Maharashtra and Gujarat in the west, Haryana in the north, and Madhya Pradesh in central India are all facing an oxygen shortage. In the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, some hospitals have put "oxygen out of stock" boards outside, and in the state capital Lucknow hospitals have asked patients to move elsewhere. Smaller hospitals and nursing homes in Delhi are doing the same. Desperate relatives in several cities are lining up outside oxygen refilling centres. One plant in the southern city of Hyderabad hired bouncers to manage the crowd. Many stricken with coronavirus are dying while they wait. Hospitals are struggling to accommodate breathless patients, or even keep alive those who were lucky enough to find a bed. Social media feeds and WhatsApp groups are full of frantic pleas for oxygen cylinders. For a week, India has been reliving this nightmare on repeat, waiting for the terrifying moment when there is no oxygen left at all. For anyone who has watched the pandemic unfold here - from doctors to officials to journalists - this feels like déjà vu. Seven months ago, the country had grappled with a similar oxygen shortage amid a rapid surge in case numbers. But this time, it's much worse. Typically, healthcare facilities consume about 15% of oxygen supply, leaving the rest for industrial use. But amid India's second wave nearly 90% of the country's oxygen supply - 7,500 metric tonnes daily - is being diverted for medical use, according to Rajesh Bhushan, a senior health official. That's nearly three times higher than was consumed every day at the peak of the first wave in mid-September last year. Then, India was adding about 90,000 cases daily. Just two weeks ago, in early April, the single-day spike was around 144,000. Now, the daily caselo...
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  • Covid-19 in India: Cases, deaths and oxygen supply
    April 29,2021. Covid-19 in India: Cases, deaths and oxygen supply
    "I can't believe we're in the capital of India. People aren't getting oxygen and they're dying like animal In India, the devastating second wave of coronavirus overwhelmed hospitals and crematoriums, and there was a general shortage of oxygen and medicines. Few intensive care beds The country’s intensive care unit has been short of space for a long time, and many patients’ families are forced to drive around in search of beds for their loved ones. In New Delhi-an area of about 20 million people-the hospital is full and is rejecting new patients. Some streets outside the medical institution were already crowded with serious illnesses. When relatives asked the hospital authorities for a place in the hospital, they tried to arrange stretchers and oxygen supply for them. "We have been roaming around for three days looking for a bed," There's a shortage of oxygen Hospitals across India are also experiencing oxygen shortages, with some forced to put up signs warning of a lack of supplies. The country now has the greatest demand for oxygen out of all other low, lower-middle and upper-middle-income countries, according to the PATH Oxygen Needs Tracker. Dr Harjit Singh Bhatti, who works on a Covid ward of Delhi's Manipal Hospital, described watching people gasping for air in the street like "fish out of water". "They are not getting oxygen and they are dying on the roads," he said. Typically, healthcare facilities consume about 15% of oxygen supply in India, leaving the rest for industrial use. But amid India's second wave, nearly 90% of the country's oxygen supply - 7,500 metric tonnes daily - is being diverted for medical use, according to Rajesh Bhushan, a senior health official. Crematoriums are organising mass funeral pyres Many people are being forced to turn to makeshift facilities for mass burials and cremations as India's funeral services become overwhelmed. At least one facility in Delhi has resorted to building pyres in its car park in order to cope with the number of bodies.
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  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Can Treat Patients With Respiratory Distress
    April 29,2021. Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Can Treat Patients With Respiratory Distress
    In the isolation ward, there is a severely ill baby less than 2 months old. He is a highly suspected child with new coronary pneumonia, with lung infection, diarrhea, and mild dehydration. During the treatment, the child's oxygen partial pressure did not increase significantly. After consultation, the child needs hyperbaric oxygen therapy. However, after transformation, the hyperbaric oxygen department environment used for the treatment of confirmed patients is divided into clean areas and contaminated areas, which do not have the treatment conditions for suspected children. After some discussions, the hospital decided to move the infant treatment cabin into the isolation ward for treatment of the child. On the morning of February 19th, the Department of Hyperbaric Oxygen, together with the Department of Infectious Diseases, Department of Pediatrics, and the Department of Medical Security, overcame difficulties and moved the infant treatment cabin into the isolation ward, and sent the child for timely treatment. After the first treatment, the child’s oxygen partial pressure rose to 69mmHg, and the child’s mother told the medical staff, “Now the child is much better and feels energetic. He used to gasp for less than two mouthfuls of milk, and now he doesn’t breathe anymore. ". After three more hyperbaric oxygen treatments, the child's oxygen partial pressure gradually returned to normal levels. The mother of the child excitedly told the medical staff again, "The child finally showed a long-lost smile." After investigation, the child is an excluded case of new coronary pneumonia and has been transferred to the general pediatric ward. After further treatment by the pediatric department, the child has recovered well in various conditions and will be discharged soon. According to He Cong, director of the Department of Hyperbaric Oxygen at Dongfeng General Hospital of Sinopharm, as a kind of oxygen therapy, hyperbaric oxygen can increase the partial pressure of blood oxygen, increase the concentration of free oxygen, and has immune and anti-inflammatory effects. It can effectively block the common new coronary pneumonia. The change from type to heavy and critical type. After discussion with the Hospital Epidemic Prevention and Control Office and the Medical Ethics Committee, it is believed that the use of hyperbaric oxygen to treat patients with new coronary pneumonia is innovative, scientific, and feasible, and a special team has been established to coordinate the entire process of hyperbaric oxygen treatment for patients with new coronary pneumonia to ensure various procedures Smooth and patient safety. In order to transform theoretical support into practical and feasible operations, He Cong led the department staff to continuously sort out the process, and jointly formulated the emergency plan, hospital infection prevention control degree, and instructions for patient entry and education in the cabin in conjunction with the medical department, medic...
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  • Celebrate 51 International Labor Day
    April 28,2021. Celebrate 51 International Labor Day
    Dear Customer: Hello! Thank you for your long-term trust and support to Sdyfu Group! On the occasion of the 51 International Labor Day, all the staff of Sdyfu Group send their sincere wishes to you and your family, and wish you a happy holiday! Thank you for your continued support and help to Sdyfu Group. According to the notice issued by the General Office of the State Council on some holiday arrangements in 2021, Sdyfu Group's arrangements for the May 1st Labor Day holiday in 2021 are as follows:    From May 1st to May 5th, 2021, a total of 5 days. Holiday business contact number/WhatsApp: +8613825114541 Emali: sunxiaohui@yanranyl.com The delivery of the order is delayed until May 6, 2021. We apologize for the inconvenience caused here. Please contact as soon as possible if there is a purchase replenishment plan in the near future
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