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8 Oxygen-what-limits it
15 Exercise With Oxygen EWOT
16 Oxygen Enhanced Exercise O2E2
17 Oxygen Reservoir BAG
18 Oxidation, Inflammation, Antioxidants,
Addicted to Oxygen
"Intermittent exposure to higher oxygen with many hours of "normoxic"
breathing between the higher exposures has not resulted in pulmonary
oxygen toxicity. Many
have reported improved function with intermittent oxygen especially
when done with exercise. So, as with any food, supplement, or
medication, oxygen needs to be taken carefully, in moderation and
with consideration of all the variables affecting your personal
health." Dr. Danielle
Aside from the above lung conditions where no exercise is involved, there
are very few contraindications for extra oxygen. Asthma may be one of them
but it is not so much about the oxygen but more about the way the person
is high chest breathing. Stress steals O2 like a
blood starved vampire. And the low atmospheric oxygen and toxic air
situation will continue to worsen due to global warming, polluting the
oceans that give us some 80-90% of our oxygen supply as well as reduction of
the remaining 10-20% that is fast disappearing via deforestation.
According to the latest edition (2008) of America’s Health Rankings™,
our nation’s health report card is troublesome: We “continue to fall
short of our potential” and “fare poorly in comparison to many other
nations.” Perhaps the worst news from the report is that over the last
four years, health improvement has stagnated.
The report states
that one reason for this situation is that “our healthcare system is
heavily tilted toward sick care at the expense of well care or keeping
people healthy. About 95 cents of every dollar spent in the U.S. on
health goes to diagnose or treat disease after it occurs, leaving less
than 5 cents on the dollar to prevent disease.”
supplemental oxygen for both
wellness and prevention a very good idea. O2 is necessary for every
cellular function and we die after a few minutes without it . When
extra Oxygen is given to many it has a strong
cellular restorative effect. The key is how well the body utilizes the O2. I
call it Oxygen Baseball or O2BB. Oxygen is the ball. The cells are the
catcher's mitts. No oxygen, no ball game. No catchers mitts, the oxygen gets
dropped and the team loses anyway.
From Dr. Len Saputo:
"In people with severe lung disease, when you give them too much
oxygen from an external source, they often will slow down their
breathing enough that carbon dioxide can build up to dangerous levels.
This is called CO2 narcosis. I doubt that this could occur from natural
breathing. So in these people, when we give supplemental oxygen it is
important to measure blood gasses to be certain of what is going on."
In addition to oxygen, nutrition, detoxification, cellular strength and
moderate exercise become significant
factors in vitality.
recommended basic fundamentals of breathing improvement program
An MD recommends Optimal Breathing®
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7. Shortness of breath including
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