Children and adolescents <16 years taking high doses of fluticasone propionate (typically ≥1000 micrograms/day) may be at particular risk of systemic effects. Systemic effects may occur, particularly at high doses prescribed for long periods. Possible systemic effects include Cushing's syndrome, Cushingoid features, adrenal suppression, acute adrenal crisis and growth retardation in children and adolescents and more rarely, a range of psychological or behavioural effects including psychomotor hyperactivity, sleep disorders, anxiety, depression or aggression. Consideration should be given to referring the child or adolescent to a paediatric respiratory specialist.
the title of the article is self explanatory: High Dose Hydrogen, Magnesium, Bicarbonate Therapy
ph adjust is about the mag/bicarb part. Frankly I wonder if the hydrogen is necessary since bicarb also contains H.
I used to drink h2o2 and I now see it is an inferior protocol to the bicarbs after having tried both. I found I got hydrated with the latter and not the former. I buy mag carbonate and sodium bicararbonate by the kilo . I mix the magcarb with lime and ascorbic acid, then mix that with a sodbicarb, water, lime and stevia solution to taste and drink throughout the day..wonderful. I figure I get enough potassium in my foods already but you could add potassium bicarb if you want. The bicarb part of the molecule is the key to the hydration. Bicarbs are simply natural, powdered limestone.
The most commonly reported side effects were: oral thrush , nausea , headache , and pain in the pharynx or larynx . More rarely reported side effects (occurring in <1% of patients during the clinical trial) include: tachycardia , palpitations , dry mouth , allergic reaction ( bronchospasm , dermatitis , hives ), pharyngitis , muscle spasms , tremor , dizziness , insomnia , nervousness , and hypertension . Patients experiencing an allergic reaction or increase in difficulty breathing while using this medication should immediately discontinue its use and contact their physician.