What happens when you run out of Oxygen!

Oxygen is your greatest and first source of energy. It is the fuel required for the proper operation of all body systems. Only 10% of your energy comes from food and water, 90% of our energy comes from oxygen. Oxygen gives our body the ability to rebuild itself. Oxygen detoxifies the blood, and strengthens the Immune System. Oxygen displaces deadly free radicals, neutralizes environmental toxins, and destroys anaerobic (depleted of oxygen) bacteria, parasites, microbes and viruses. Oxygen greatly enhances the body's absorption of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, proteins, and other important nutrients. Oxygen enhances brain-power and memory. Oxygen can beneficially affect your learning ability. The ability to think, feel and act is all, dependent on oxygen. It also calms the mind and stabilizes the nervous system. Oxygen heightens concentration and alertness. Without oxygen, brain cells die and deteriorate quickly. As we age, and oxygen deficiency increases, it takes longer to learn, and your retention span is decreased. We can live for weeks without food. We can even live for days without water. But we can only live for minutes without oxygen. Oxygen strengthens the heart. Increased oxygen lowers the resting heart rate and strengthens the contraction of the cardiac muscle. Virtually all heart attacks can be attributed to a failure to deliver oxygen to the heart muscle. Dr. Richard Lippman, renowned researcher states that a lack of oxygen (hypoxia) is the prime cause of 1.5 million heart attacks each year. Research studies show that mild hypoxia increases the heart and respiratory rates; however, prolonged or severe hypoxia results in lung or heart failure. Oxygen treatments provide a safe, highly effective method for the recovery of oxygen to all body systems. The effects are cumulative. The body begins to work more efficiently as it restores the oxygen balance closer to the higher natural range it was originally designed to function with. It helps reverse the physical and psychological effects of oxygen deprivation from poor health - air pollution - water pollution - food pollution - aging. Maintaining proper oxygen levels in the body is a vital ingredient to health, vitality, physical stamina and endurance. You must have a means of replenishing your oxygen level. Researchers, scientists, molecular biologists, nutritional specialists, and others have reported health benefits from increased oxygen uptake. World-class professional athletes, universities, renowned fitness trainers, coaches, and "average" citizens have also reported experiencing many of these benefits. Benefits of increased oxygen * Increases energy levels * Increases stamina and endurance * Enhances the absorption of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, proteins and other important nutrients. * Rapid fatigue recovery * Lowers resting heart rate * Kills infectious bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites, but does not harm the "Good" microorganisms the body needs. * Relieves pain * Improves circulation * Sleep better * Strengthens the immune system * Heightens concentration and alertness * Increases fat metabolism resulting in loss of body fat. * Calms the nervous system * Improves memory * Improves chemical imbalances in the body. * Relieves headache * Accelerates healing time for injuries * Lowers blood pressure * Relieves stress and anxiety * Allows the body to direct enough oxygen to its primary functions without having to draw on valuable reserves. * Helps reverse premature aging * Relieves symptoms of PMS in women * Helps displace damaging free radicals * Helps neutralize harmful toxins in cells, tissues and bloodstream.

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