Why the pH is important in our body

To maintain homeostasis, the human body employs many physiological adaptations. One of these is maintaining an acid-base balance or pH balance. In the absence of pathological states, the pH of the human body ranges between 7.35 and 7.45, with the average at 7.40.

Different organs function at their optimal level of pH. For example, the enzyme pepsin requires a low pH to act and break down food, while the enzymes in the intestine require a high pH or an alkaline environment to function. Similarly, any increase or decrease in the blood pH can lead to several disorders.

What happens when your pH balance is off?

When your body becomes too acidic (as in acidosis) or too alkaline (as in alkalosis), it can lead to symptoms that make it difficult to manage everyday activities. The exact symptoms will depend on the type of pH imbalance but can include sleepiness, fatigue, headache, loss of appetite, confusion, and vomiting.

What happens if your body is too acidic?

Metabolic acidosis itself causes rapid and deep breathing as your body tries to compensate for this disturbed pH balance. Confusion or lethargy may also occur. Severe metabolic acidosis can lead to shock or death.

An image showing how Biomagnetism utilizes the pH balance of the body to remove pathogens

How Biomagnetic Pair Therapy or Biomagnetism Therapy Work Around the pH?

Dr Goiz‘s research led him to conclude that each pathogen that enters the body, be they viral, bacterial, fungal or parasitic in origin, resonates with a particular anatomical area of the body where they exist happily and reproduce. There they have the ability to create a biomagnetic pair; two points that are energetically connected and have a resonance, one point negative, which is alkaline, the other positive, which is acidic. Viruses and fungi have a symbiotic relationship and live in acidic environments. By placing magnets of the proper polarity on each point, the opposite charges are pushed towards each other, neutralizing them and balancing the area; equilibrium is then restored to a neutral pH balance. This makes it difficult for pathogens to survive while at the same time enabling our immune system to work more efficiently.

Each pair is composed of a pathogenic organism and a non-pathogenic organism, the former being evident when the hemisbody shortening phenomenon is utilised through kinesiological-type muscle testing, demonstrates a muscle shortening through the right side of the body when a negative polarity magnet is placed on an affected area. This is corrected with the placement of a positive polarity magnet on a corresponding anatomical point which represents a connected non-pathogenic organism, whereby the muscles on the right side of the body will relax, and balance will be restored in the body, creating the right environment to heal itself.

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