Physiological pH

Physiological pH Definition:

The pH of blood (approximately 7.3).

Physiological pH Explained:

An abnormal acidic reading in the body or an overload within the body. The PH level of a neutral state is 7.365 but if it goes below or above, this would change the blood state causing problems in the body.

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