Respiratory Hydration

Our Lockdown List

Lest we forget the lessons of this time, we started this list. It is our sincere hope that we never need to recall this list in the future due to another impending epidemic or worse, another deadly pandemic.  We will never forget the essential workers who worked the front lines in assisting patients and those […]

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Individualized Genetic Panels and Safer Treatment of COVID-19 Infection

We realize this is a touchy subject. First, AquaNew must reiterate that we are not making any claims on curing any disease and we advise everyone to seek advice from their healthcare practitioner. Here goes what we think is an important dialog: The broad-brush explanation that “underlying disease” due to lifestyle choices is the cause […]

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Hydration Respiration – Surviving COVID-19 Can be Similar to Surviving Extreme Altitude Conditions

There are mountain climbers, pilots and skydivers that will immediately answer this question: If you had a choice of any water in the World, what would you choose for your extreme-condition survival? Individuals with military special ops. training who are seeking to break performance records without experiencing either fatigue or hypoxia, are packing bottles of […]

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Breathe! … Defeating Pulmonary Pneumonia Caused by Viral Contagions

Airborne viruses enter our lungs by breathing. Viral contagions can cause inflammation that obstruct both air exposure and gas exchange of the capillaries inside the lungs. The pathology of COVID-19 have revealed patients exhibited edema (fluid accumulation that obstructs pulmonary gas exchange), proteinaceous exudate (chronic wound of blood vessels allowing passage of solid matter into […]

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Inhale! … Defeating Viral Contagions

We breathe in viruses every day. Complete anti-viral protection is a myth. Viruses can morph into other strains and even replicate into our own DNA, reducing the effectiveness of any given vaccine. Sure social distancing, hygiene,  protective gear, and isolation are good practices to reduce the general spread of a contagion. But what is an […]

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Life Force Significance of 2-4 – AHA! Mitochondric Life Discovery for January of 2020

We are kicking off the 2020 Mitochondric Life series with the essential basics. Cellular mitochondria require 2 oxygen, 4 hydrogen and two electrons in the final step of ATP (adenosine triphosphate)  production. ATP is the universal life force of energy. DiTetra Gas is 2-4 Gas (2 oxygen and 4 hydrogen plus electrons). It is the […]

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Bio-Ghost Gases – Nitric Oxide Gas and DiTetra Gas

What are Bio-Ghost Gases? During this Halloween season, we may think “ghost gases” are part of a dense fog that rolls across an eerie swamp. The term “Bio-Ghost Gases” are those that are discovered by scientists to be essential for our health. It is a different paradigm to consider how we rely on gas absorption […]

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Hydration Respiration III – How to STEM Military Suicides

WIT Technology (DiTetra Gas) used to make the Polarized Water (Watt-Ahh) can assist in Hydration Respiration under extreme hiking at high elevational conditions as well as super dry environments of commercial flights. Another extreme environment is submarine duty in the Navy. Not only are the deep-ocean elevations extreme but the living environment inside the submarine […]

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Pulmonary Failure Due to Both Combustible and Vaporable Devices

The Center of Disease Control (CDC) recently initiated an investigation to determine whether or not there is a connection between use of vape devices and persons experiencing lung function failure. Aerosols emitted from both vaporable and combustible devices also could endanger the health of persons nearby. The patented WIT Technology if available in hospitals treating […]

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Hydration Respiration II – Hazards of In-Flight Dehydration

WIT Technology used to make Watt-Ahh can assist in Hydration Respiration under extreme elevational conditions. This chapter focuses on in-flight dehydration risk to both commercial pilots and their passengers. Breathing dry cabin air with reduced oxygen and desert-like low humidity, causes considerable water loss in respiration. A 1-2% decrease in total body water content can […]

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