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Those who insist on taking hydrogen every day will unconsciously reap these benefits!

Time : 2022-12-27 Hits : 6

First, the effect of hydrogen inhalation on the nervous system


(1) hydrogen absorption improves brain fatigue and cognitive function.

  A clinical experiment of hydrogen absorption in Japan shows that: from the hydrogen absorption experiment for young people, we know that fatigue, stress and boredom are reduced, and after smoking, they feel relaxed and carefree, and their enthusiasm and attention are improved, which proves that hydrogen absorption has the effect of relaxing and activating the brain.

  The results of clinical experiments for the elderly show that hydrogen inhalation can improve cognitive function, and the left and right cognitive functions and short-term memory ability are greatly enhanced. In addition, MCI risk assessment of mild cognitive impairment also shows that continuous hydrogen inhalation in advance is expected to prevent dementia.

(2) Intervention of hydrogen inhalation on cerebral apoplexy.

  In 2007, Japan Medical University reported the study of hydrogen inhalation in acute stroke model of rats. Three groups of animals were intervened by inhaling 1%, 2% and 4% hydrogen respectively. Different concentrations of hydrogen can cushion the damage of oxidative stress and significantly improve the symptoms of stroke. This study also found that hydrogen inhalation is more effective than Edaravone (brain protective agent), a common drug for stroke.

  Professor Sun Xuejun of Naval Medical University's research in 2008 showed that hydrogen has obvious protective effect on neuronal apoptosis induced by ischemia and hypoxia, and the longer the hydrogen absorption time, the more obvious the effect.

  In 2017, Nishima Hospital in Numatsu, Japan carried out a study on the safety and effectiveness of hydrogen inhalation in patients with mild to moderate acute cerebral infarction. The results suggested that hydrogen inhalation therapy has the potential to become a new intervention method for acute stroke.


(3) The benefits of hydrogen for depression

  In 2016, for the first time, some scholars reported that hydrogen can improve depression tendency by giving hydrogen water. Then, some scholars suggested that hydrogen inhalation can also significantly improve the performance of depression and reduce the occurrence of anxiety and abnormal behaviors, which suggests that hydrogen may also have a good effect on neuropsychological diseases.

Second, the effect of hydrogen inhalation on respiratory system

(1) Hydrogen absorption improves the cardiopulmonary function of health of the elderly.

  In this study, 16 elderly people over 65 years old inhaled hydrogen for a short time to observe the effects on cardiovascular risk score, health-related physical fitness index and cardiovascular metabolic index of the elderly American Heart Association. Among the 16 subjects, 14 were female and 2 were male, with an average age of 68.1 5.3 years. All subjects inhaled 4% hydrogen for 20 minutes a day for 4 consecutive weeks (28 days).

  The results showed that the American Heart Association's heart disease risk score decreased significantly, and the cardiopulmonary fitness and hand grip strength increased by 22.4% and 4.6% respectively compared with those before hydrogen inhalation.

(2) Hydrogen absorption reduces the oxidative stress of airway epithelial cells.

  The results of a cytological study by Professor Kyu-Jae Lee from the Department of Environmental Medicine and Biology, Yonsei University, South Korea, proved that 2% hydrogen has a protective effect on cells. These results indicate that hydrogen can be used for the harmful effects of excessive production of ROS and NO in alveolar and bronchial epithelial cells. Hydrogen protects bronchial and alveolar epithelial cells against oxidative stress.


(3) Hydrogen absorption protects snorers from organ damage.

  A research paper published in Brain Research Bulletin from Hebei University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the main purpose of which is to study the protective effect of hydrogen on simulated sleep apnea brain injury. It is proved that hydrogen inhalation has protective effect on brain injury caused by intermittent hypoxia.

  A study published by Hayashi T Group of Osaka Pharmaceutical University proves that hydrogen inhalation can prevent heart failure in patients with sleep apnea.

(4) absorbing hydrogen to fight smog

  In 2016, the Department of Respiratory Medicine, the Second Affiliated Hospital of Hebei Medical University, China, conducted a study to explore the lung protective effect of hydrogen inhalation on smog exposure of sanitation workers. It is found that hydrogen inhalation can help to reduce the inflammation level related to airway oxidative stress injury, and at the same time can improve respiratory symptoms such as cough of sanitation workers.

(5) Intervention of hydrogen inhalation on lung diseases.

  For example, some scholars have published articles to prove that hydrogen has a very good improvement effect on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease caused by long-term smoking; Experiments have also confirmed that hydrogen can reduce the attack degree of bronchial asthma and improve lung function; And the intervention effect of hydrogen inhalation on pulmonary fibrosis.


Third, the role of hydrogen absorption on the circulatory system

(1) the effect of hydrogen absorption on the morphology and function of human blood cells

  To study whether inhaling hydrogen can improve blood behavior or increase antioxidant activity in blood. Inhale 3% hydrogen for 40 minutes, and then rest for 60 minutes. The results show that the antioxidant capacity of human serum is enhanced, but it is almost not enhanced when the control is inhaled with false air. Unexpectedly, the antioxidant capacity at rest 60 minutes after inhalation was 2.5 times higher than that at 40 minutes after inhalation. The results show that 3% hydrogen inhalation can improve the rheological/morphological behavior of red blood cells and the phagocytosis-related activities of white blood cells, and at the same time enhance the antioxidant capacity of blood.

(2) Promoting effect of hydrogen inhalation on cardiovascular health of the elderly.

  In a study to observe the effect of hydrogen inhalation on cardiovascular risk factors of 65-year-old people, it was found that short-term 4-week hydrogen inhalation was beneficial to various cardiovascular metabolic risk factors of elderly men and women. Hydrogen inhalation significantly reduces AHA risk score, which seems to indicate that hydrogen inhalation can be used as a cardiovascular health candidate for primary prevention and secondary prevention of cardiac metabolic morbidity in the elderly.

(3) Intervention of hydrogen inhalation on hypertension.

  In December, 2020, Scientific Report published a report from the Medical College of Keio University, Japan, which adopted the animal model of renal hypertension. Inhalation of 1.3% hydrogen every day for 1 hour and continuous intervention for 4 weeks can significantly reduce blood pressure. Even after 3 weeks after nephrectomy, the intervention of inhaling hydrogen still showed some effect.

(4) Hydrogen absorption interferes with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

  In the model of nonalcoholic fatty liver, 4% and 67% hydrogen inhalation can reduce lipid synthesis and deposition, and the levels of serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and lactate dehydrogenase (LDH).

(5) Hydrogen inhalation can interfere with myocardial infarction and heart failure.

  In the model of chronic heart failure, hydrogen inhalation can significantly reduce the apoptosis and oxidative damage of myocardial cells, stimulate the outflow of cholesterol from foam cells of cardiovascular system, and reduce the risk of death related to atherosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases.