PH in your body

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The pH of our blood ranges normally from 7.35 to 7.45.

My question is that how this pH is maintained in our blood.

Are there any reactions that keeps our blood almost neutralized ? !
 

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Andy Resnick
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AFAIK, pH is maintained in humans by the bicarbonate buffer- pH is controlled by CO2 levels.
 
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Secrets of The Ninja breathing exercises:

The first three exercises involved
creating an oxygen debt, making the system more acidic, and were concerned with the
accumulation of energy. The next three are designed to saturate the blood stream with oxygen,
making the system more alkaline; these are concerned with the direction of energy.
These are characterized by the breezy sensation felt on the tongue during the performance of
this exercise. The last three exercises are concerned with the transmission of energy.
http://www.ashidakim.com/sotn.pdf

any truth to that Andy?
 

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