If you look at the latest data from mice as cite one does below, it appears this is true. Mice are noctural mammals so their results will not be identical to ours but they useful in working out how proteins of the circadian mechanism work with sunlight. Skin, like all organs, has a distinctive night-day cycle. Skin cells divide and proliferate more at night, performing essential repairs. During this time, skin is more acidic, less hydrated and even has a slightly higher temperature than during the day. Acidic environment have lower pH and a lower pH is associated with a smaller exclusion zone of water. Given the last blog on aquaphotomics you might see why this study has some deep relevance to the the idea of a “quantum batter”. A lowered pH would offer less control of entanglement and make things in cells and mitochondria more subject to pertubation. This would also lower the number of “wits” present with tissues and would lead to lower energy generation in tissues. This is the perfect set up for an autoimmune or infectious process to manifest. A lowered pH = acidic environment = lowered EZ = lowered DC electric current = lowere regeneration = Alterations in ANT1 and ANT 2 in mitochondria = inflammation = mitochondrial disease generation.
IS THE SKIN CIRCADIAN SENSITIVE?
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