alkaline water benefits in corona virus

what is corona virus ?


Coronaviruses (CoV) are a family of viruses that can infect both humans and animals. There are several types of coronaviruses that can infect humans.

There are seven coronaviruses that can infect people are:

Common human coronaviruses

229E (alpha coronavirus) , NL63 (alpha coronavirus) , OC43 (beta coronavirus), HKU1 (beta coronavirus)

MERS-CoV (the beta coronavirus that causes Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, or MERS) (2012 SAUDI ARABIA):- This virus entered in human from dromedary camels. Killed approx 800 humans.

SARS-CoV (the beta coronavirus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS) (2003 CHINA):-This virus entered in human from bats, spread to civet cats to human. Kills nearly 650 humans.

SARS –CoV-2 (the novel coronavirus that causes coronavirus disease2019 COVID-19.

COVID-19 -

COVID-19 (CO stands for ‘corona,’ VI for ‘virus’ and D for ‘disease’)

In December 2019, an outbreak of a new coronavirus (a coronavirus that had not been previously identified) began in Wuhan, China. The World Health Organization (WHO) named the new disease COVID-19. Since the initial outbreak in Wuhan, China, many countries have confirmed cases, including the United States, and in March 2020, WHO officially declared as a pandemic. A pandemic means there is worldwide spread of a disease.


COVID-19 first spread to humans from an animal – thought to be a snake/bat –at the south china seafood wholesale market, wuhan, china.

COVID-19spreads from person to person. This means that the virus can spread between people who are in close contact with each other (about 6 feet) and through respiratory droplets from coughs and sneezes.It's believed that people are most contagious when they are showing symptoms of COVID-19. Some spread may be possible before symptoms appear.

Viruses are highly contagious it has spread easily among the community (called "community spread").

It enters human through the nose and mouth, then find a “host cell” in the respiratory system, such as one in nose. The host cells then bursts and other nearby cells in the body are infected with the virus.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) get its named for the crown-like spikes on their surface which cause swelling in the respiratory system, which can make it hard for the lungs to pass oxygen into the bloodstream hence due to lack of oxygen (hypoxia) which leads to generate more inflammation and more acid in body, further which leads to multi organ failure.


Know about lungs

The lungs absorb oxygen from the air you breathe in and transfer it into your bloodstream so that it can get to every part of your body. As the cells in your body work, they produce a waste gas called carbon dioxide that is released into the bloodstream. Your lungs get rid of this waste gas when you breathe out.

How Lungs functions.

Your windpipe – also called your trachea - carries air into the lungs and out again when you breathe out. The windpipe divides into airways called bronchi. These branch into smaller and smaller airways. The smallest are too narrow to be seen with the naked eye. This is often called the bronchial tree. At the end of these tubes are tiny air sacs called alveoli. This is where gas exchange happens.


The corona virus blocks/infected the alveoli

Viruses work by hijacking cells in the body. They enter host cells and reproduce. They can then spread to new cells around the body. Coronaviruses mostly affect the respiratory system, which is a group of organs and tissues that allow the body to breathe. Coronavirus typically infects the lining of the throat, airways, and lungs. Early symptoms of coronavirus may include coughing or shortness of breath. In some cases, it can cause severe damage to the lungs.

How does oxygen get into bloodstream?

When you breathe, air travels through your nose, down the trachea, and into smaller and smaller airways called bronchi. These bronchi branch into smaller passage called bronchioles and finally into small,thin, fragile sacs called alveoli. During the respiration, the alveoli in the lungs are filled with air. It is here that oxygen is exchanged for carbon dioxide.Blood cells absorb oxygen from capillaries in the alveoli as carbon dioxide, a waste product, is released back into lungs from veins. Oxygen rich blood then travels to the heart so it can be pumped back to the body where it is needed.

In picture A and B showing alveoli filled with thick, pink fluid, indicating the earliest change in the lungs of patient affecte by infection


A chronic lack of oxygen can cause inflammation in the body's tissues, which can lead to several conditions. Examples include atherosclerosis, which makes the arteries harden. Atherosclerosis increases the risk of heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.


FACTS:- MOST CORONA PATIENTS HAVE OTHER NCB (NON COMMUNIABLE DISEASES LIKE DIABETES/ BLOOP PRESSURE/ HEART DISEASE ETC) AND THEY DIED DUE TO MULTI-ORGAN FAILURE LIKE KIDNEY FAILURE ETC. Due to lack of oxygen in body (Hypoxia) there is increase of inflammation and further which generate more and more acid in your body. Your body need alkaline environment and others minerals to neutralize acidic waste generated by your body. When your body have deficiency of alkaline minerals than the pressure was put on kidney function to rid off all this acidic waste from body. Further for diabetic patients (the pH of pancreas is 7.2 to 8.2 pH which is alkaline).

What is ventilator, why it is important for corona virus patients?

In very simple language, it is a machine that saves the life of patients who have trouble breathing or are unable to breathe themselves. If the lungs are unable to do their job due to illness, the ventilators handle the breathing process. Meanwhile, doctors make the lungs work again through treatment. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 80% of patients infected with COVID-19 recover without going to the hospital, but one in six patients become critical and have difficulty breathing. In such patients the virus damages the lungs. The lungs fill with water, which makes it very difficult to breathe. The amount of oxygen in the body starts decreasing. Therefore ventilators are required. Through this, the amount of oxygen in the patient's body is normalized.


 Do you know 70 % in your body is water.  85% in your lungs is water. CAN WATER WITH HIGH pH (ALKALINE AND ANTIXOXIDANT SAVE THE LIFE OF CORONA PATIENT)



Alkaline water is water that has acid-fighting ability to neutralize acidity, and it has beneficial antioxidant potential. Acidity in the body can be very harmful. Alkaline water is different from plain water because plain water doesn’t neutralize acidity nor does it have antioxidant potential.

 Do you know your RO water or packaged drinking water have low pH which is acidic hence low oxygen in blood and body.  Alkalizing is a necessity to eliminate the probability of disease. Reduces inflammation: Over-acidity in the body can increase inflammation, when you have heart disease, arthritis, or cancer your system is in an inflammatory state. A diet that consists of alkaline-forming foods keeps inflammation in check.  Alkaline water help reduce inflammation in the body? The normal minerals in water are acidic meaning they oxidize or corrode. The minerals in alkaline water are comprised of negative ions that boost the body’s system and help it fight inflammation. Once the body has reached an alkaline state, diseases will be less likely to survive.  Drinking Alkaline water, it is said, offers more health benefits than one. It helps slow down the ageing process, regulate pH levels of the body and prevent various chronic diseases. Alkaline water refers to neutralising acid levels in the body, which normal water cannot

FACTS 1 pH =10*9 Oxygen level 7 pH is netural 1pH downs towards acidic means You have lose of 10*9 level of oxygen in your body. 1 pH high towards the alkaline gives you abundant level of oxygen i.e. 10*9 of oxygen


Decision is yours ? What you want drink Acidic water or