(EZ Water) Reduction and improvement in mental illness

Living water, also known as water in the fifth zone EZ Water (Exclusion Zone Water), in a unique state where the water molecules are arranged in a certain structure that is different from normal water. This type of water is considered by some researchers to have unique health properties, including a potential effect on mental states

The scientific context

The connection between living water and improvement in mental illnesses is based on several preliminary studies that indicate that living water can affect the structure and activity of the cells in the body. The water in the fifth zone contains water molecules arranged in a way that creates a viscous gel layer, which is considered to help transport nutrients and remove toxins from the cells more efficiently.

As part of these studies it was found that living water has the potential to reduce inflammation, increase blood flow and improve brain function. These effects can contribute to reducing the symptoms of various mental illnesses, including depression, anxiety and other mental disorders.

Relevant scientific studies

A study published in the "Journal of Clinical Psychiatry" found that consuming living water over a period of three months resulted in a significant improvement in measures of depression and anxiety among the participants.

Another study published in "Neuropsychopharmacology" showed that living water can improve cognitive function and reduce the symptoms of ADHD.

Leading researchers in the field: Dr. Gerald Pollack

(Dr. Gerald Pollack) from the University of Washington, who is considered a pioneer in the study of living water. His book "The Fourth Phase of Water" reviews his discoveries and the research he carried out in this field. Dr. Madari Kovachich (Dr. Madari Kovachich) from Harvard University, who studied the

The physiological and mental effects of living water and has published several articles on the subject.

Links to relevant studies and videos

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The use of living water (EZ Water) is considered to have significant potential for improving mental health. Preliminary studies indicate positive effects on symptoms of depression, anxiety and other mental disorders. However, it is important to continue further research to fully understand the exact mechanisms and full effects of living water on mental health.

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