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Oxygen Tidbits
Oxygen for Body, Mind and Soul

Many basic illnesses of the body and psyche are clearly the side-effects of our advanced civilization that expose us to toxins that lead to diminished cellular energy production and restriction of the body's biological ability to heal itself. There is an ever-increasing interest in inhalation of oxygen as a method of natural healing particularly in conjunction with other natural healing methods.

Oxygen therapies in varied forms of application have been well known for a long time. Like many alternative therapies from Raike Massage to Chiropractic manipulation the medical establishment does not acknowledge a scientific basis for the general healing properties of concentrated oxygen. Instead the only proof lies in the testimony of thousands who have found relief, and who believe in their own common sense. After all oxygen therapy is medically sanctioned for use in hospitals throughout the world to treat specific conditions and aide recovery from many procedures and trauma. But as a general healing remedy, the science is lagging even if the healing is not. Despite this, oxygen is still used successfully in medical and naturopathic fields by its supporters throughout the world.

The energizing effect of oxygen is well-known in insider circles and as a result the demand for oxygen inhalations and their applications has become much greater. Much has been written about the benefits of oxygen use, consider the arguments below.
  • Breathing correctly can bring on a state of elevated emotions. The reason for this is the endorphin high that runners speak of. It is the same high that you get when you do the oxygen bar for 30 minutes or any other Optimal Breathing Programs such as those found in Yoga. Other benefits of true passive aerobic breathing are the reduction of water retention and changes in your skin that may cause those who know you to accuse you of having a face lift. Much of this "radiance" is due to more efficient elimination of toxins and waste plus increased blood flow and oxygen rich blood to the face.
  • Oxygen is our most important element for life. Wellness and vitality is totally dependent upon it. So far as body function is concerned, if you don’t use it, you lose it. Any activity increases the human body’s need for oxygen. So we exercise with extra oxygen and see amazing results! Just a 30-60 minute session on a home model oxygen bar displaces harmful free radicals, neutralizes environmental toxins, and destroys anaerobic infectious bacteria, parasites, and microbes. Oxygen enhances the body’s ability to repair and rebuild itself, detoxify blood, and strengthen the cells, as well as the immune system. It will also heighten your concentration, memory, and alertness, sometimes in minutes.
Reported cases that often stem from under-oxygenation:

Development of pre-cancerous cells which convert to cancer over time.
The development of disease more rapidly and more often
Retention of toxins in the tissues
Lack of tissue stimulation furthest from the heart
Fatigue more often and for longer periods
Weak mental focus and stimulation
Poor digestion and food metabolism

Examples of what will deplete your oxygen levels:

Repeated stress
Emotional overload
Physical over-strain
Lack of exercise
Poor sleep
Drugs (prescription/recreational)
Severe burns

What are the benefits of oxygen acknowledged by medical research:

Removes free radicals
Reduces tissue swelling
Increases neuronal energy metabolism in the brain
Can create sustained cognitive improvement
Wakes up sleeping (idling) brain cells that are metabolizing enough to stay alive but are not
actively “firing”
Enhances the body’s ability to fight bacterial and viral infections
Deactivates toxins and poisons (e.g. side effects from some chemotherapy, spider bites, air pollution, etc.)
Enhances wound healing (stimulates new capillaries into wounds)
Creates an immediate aerobic state
Acts as an anti-inflammatory

Reported effects of usage of supplemental oxygen:

Recovery from physical activity increases by 5-10 fold
Physical activity participation at a higher level
Excellent relief from symptoms of altitude sickness, cluster headaches, migraines, hangovers
Relief from stress (Stress causes shallow breathing which in effect limits oxygen consumption)
Increase feeling in well-being
Enhanced sleep while using a CPAP (a mechanical breathing aid for sleep apnea)
More efficient metabolism
Improved sleep
Increased feeling of being more rested and refreshed
Enhanced relaxation
Increased mental alertness

How are we getting more oxygen by increasing the level we breathe normally?

Normally, a red blood cell carries no more than 97% oxygen. Many will argue that you cannot force another 3% into the cell. This is true. However, additional oxygen is absorbed by the plasma (which carries the red and white blood cells) and is then pushed into the body’s cells without the aid of the red blood cells. This is called the Law of Mass Action. If you are consistently feeding your body the extra oxygen, there will be an extensive increase in your total tissue oxygen level. The goal is to keep the oxygen level of your blood as close as you can to 100 points for an extended period of time.

All unhealthy germs, viruses and bacteria are weakened or killed with oxygen. If one is suffering from headaches, hangover, migraine, stress, fatigue, cramps, jet lag, heat exhaustion, or minor aches and pains, oxygen can provide almost immediate relief. On a longer term basis, oxygen helps flush toxins and impurities out of one’s blood, possibly preventing cancer from gaining a foothold as well as reduces the effects of mold. Also, oxygen can promote faster healing of minor sprains and injuries.

Oxygen is and always will be our primary nutrient. These days, stress and polluted air make it difficult to get enough of it. Our equipment and proprietary breathing development techniques guarantee you will get as much as you want when you want it.

Further Benefits of Oxygen Relating to our Health

When oxygen levels are increased, the cells pick up extra oxygen and provide it to our tissues. Waste gases and toxins are removed more efficiently and cells begin to function better.

Anaerobic viruses, bacteria and fungi are unable to live in an oxygen enriched environment. Oxygen builds resistance to infections like yeast (candida albicans) that thrive in an oxygen deficient environment. Oxygen helps to neutralize acids in our body, like lactic acid resulting from muscle overload. Our body’s chemical reactions are “fired-up” due to the increased oxygen levels. We burn fat more efficiently. Sleep often improves even at altitude. We feel better, our body is healthier and we think more clearly because of increased oxygenation.