Approximately, two thirds of the human body is oxygen. When our need for oxygen depletes, our body also weakens.
Re-establish oxygen and nutrient supply to your starving cells. It's a basic need every living organism must possess.
Due to a lack of proper breathing practices in Western culture, lack of exercise, and other related factors the levels of oxygen in the blood plasma of most people is below normal. This results in less oxygen and nutrients being delivered to the tissues, organs, and other cells.
Research has indicated that breathing oxygen will not only increase the amount of oxygen carried by the red blood cells, but will also increase the oxygen carried by the blood plasma. The increase re-establishes oxygen delivery to the cells that surround the small capillaries, allows them to lose their excess fluid, which causes them to return to their normal size.
The reduction in the swelling of these cells causes the interior diameter of the blood vessels to return to normal, re-establishing the normal oxygen and nutrient supply to tissues and organs.
Improved physical performance
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