17.04.15
Water Use Possibilities as a Means of Physical Rehabilitation for Athletes

 

S. V. Biloshytsky, S. I. Lazurenko

 

The article investigates the possibility of water use as a means of physical rehabilitation for athletes.

Since the birth and the first year of life the baby's body contains 80-85% water. Being 18 years old, the water content reduces to 70%. In old age humans have less than 60% water. Providing the body with high quality and required quantity water is the secret of keeping young!

Effects of water are based on the fact that between a man and the environment there is metabolism and ener. One of the problems of water, restoration as well as other methods that use natural factors is to achieve a favorable body reaction, provided with the correspondent dosing procedures.

Water changes skin temperature, internal body temperature, thermo-regulation processes of metabolism, activity of respiratory, cardiovascular, endocrine and muscular systems.

Structured water is considered to be especially useful due its main physicochemical characteristics corresponds water contained in the cells of the human body. So the body needs constant given quantity of water. A healthy person should eat at least 1.5-2.5 liters of fluid a day.

Speaking of the «dead» and «alive» water, I mean solutions obtained by electrolysis. In this case we are talking about two kinds of solutions.

• Solution anode zone in the Russian scientific and medical literature called anolyte or electric activated anolyte solution, and it is popularly treated as «dead» water.

• Solution cathode zones in the Russian medical and scientific literature called katolitom or electric activated solution katolita and it popularly treated to as running water.

Both of these solutions – are activated. In the foreign literature they have differents names. In Germany they are called ionized, in Japan and America they are called reducated alive water and dead — acidic.

 

Keywords: water, physical rehabilitation, anolyte, katolit.

 

Source:

ACTUAL PROBLEMS OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING OF PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS / SCIENTIFIC WORK VOLUME № 10 (12). Kyiv, University «Ukraine», 2013.


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