I just wanted to bounce this one off you guys. I can take any criticism or whatever - the subject is an open debate. Here goes....
I posted before about Alkaline water.... So I tried it and....
Saturday morning was my first experience I made my usual tea with AW (alkaline water) it was a weird feeling. (I asked my daughter to taste it too and she agreed) The tea was like lighter and fluffier - sorry that sounds weird but I supposed it is because the molecules are smaller so the water is not so dense - I certainly experienced that.
All day long my nose dripped - why? Could it be the extra hydration? My nose/sinus etc have been pretty bunged up for years?
Normally I cough up a chewy firmish lump of phlegm but not on Friday - I only produced one lot of fluffy weak stuff?
Spend 5 hours shopping (hit every shop) came home and did the housework til about 8.45pm. Normally shattered and couldn't do anything like that?
Sunday am, was up before 6am doing the ironing, dishwasher and washing machine ready to go on.
8.45am hit the gym for a kettle bells class (not been for 6 weeks due to work - thanks boss!) wow you should have seen me go! Ok, they all understand I have COPD and sometimes I sit on the floor to do it or bend over huffing and puffing but I kept going for 45 mins! Never before have I managed that long!
Sunday afternoon I was shattered and took it easy but by teatime I was bouncing round the house doing more housework.
Ahh finally sat down with a glass of red (no need for a straw & bottle now). Stuck my finger oxometer on and it read 98% O2! Usually 92 -94 (yes I did take a photo!). Of course this spurred me on to jump about and dance around the room (more exercise!)
Was it the AW or what else could account for this burst of energy, easy breathing and joie de vie?