pH: the real facts:Signs and symptoms

* Acidosis
drowsiness
frequent sighing
increased heartbeat
restlessness
cold sweats
dry skin & mouth
hard stools
diminished urination
excessive perspiration
sticky, sour taste in mouth
bad breath


* Alkalosis
muscle soreness & cramps
stiff or creaky joints
bursitis
bone spurs
oedema (especially of the hands)
allergies
menstrual problems
hyperventilation
restlessness
excitability
numbness
prickling sensations
increased respiration
discomfort after eating


ACID-ALKALI TESTING
Simple saliva or urine tests are available in DIY test kits. These are sophisticated versions of the litmus test, enabling you to measure pH fairly accurately (within 0.5). However, the results may be difficult to interpret. For example, saliva measurements may be complicated by the presence of acid-forming bacteria in the mouth. So, if in doubt, it may be better to have your blood pH tested in a laboratory.

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