Nighttime Energy … or Nighty Night Mighty Mitochondria

We may not recognize that we need mitochondrial energy to wake up. Mitochondric Life as we like to call it, includes both our waking and sleeping hours.

This revelation for us comes from a mother’s recent testimonial that we share below:

“We heard about Watt-Ahh Polarized Water after years and years of treatment for my son with an autoimmune disorder and bacteria-related inflammation. And 8 years of being on anywhere from 1 to 3 antibiotics. We had made much progress over the years, but were still dealing with antibiotics to keep him at baseline and overnight incontinence issues. We had reached the point in treatment of – why not give (fill in the blank) a try.

I can’t tell you how it makes a mom and dad feel when their 14 yo son can finally sleep dry through the night. It is directly attributable to the Polarized Water. When he drinks regularly – he is dry. If not, he has accidents. We had suspected his issues were related to cellular energy. His body was working so hard because of his health issues it just didn’t have the energy left at night to send the signals to his brain to wake him up. We couldn’t even wake him up at night to empty his bladder, but he no longer sleeps like a catatonic zombie, either.”

The mother continues … “We did have to ratchet the amount he drinks. Too much and his tics would flare (part of the autoimmune disorder). One bottle a day seems to be the right amount.”

Mom and an Amazon customer, dated July 11, 2021

The mother’s entire testimonial can be found here, first Health testimonial, dated July 11, 2021.

Drinking Watt-Ahh Late in the Evening

On occasion, we receive feedback from customers who only drink Watt-Ahh during the day. They find they can fall asleep easier. The extra energy at night does not allow their brain to ease back and fall asleep if they drink Watt-Ahh before bedtime.

I have a different experience. I keep a bottle of Watt-Ahh on my bedside table and if I wake up in the middle of the night, I take a swig and it seems to coax me back to sleep … a true childhood “nighty night” or good night sleep.

Nighty Night Mighty Mitochondria!