Frequently Asked Questions

  • fatigue
  • irritability
  • circulation problems
  • depression
  • overall body weakness
  • acid stomach
  • dizziness
  • irrational behavior
  • memory loss
  • poor digestion
  • increased unhealthy bacteria, germs, viruses and parasites
  • muscle aches and pains
  • lung problems
  • any chronic/long term disease
  • When our cells lack oxygen they weaken and die. Without oxygen, nothing works very well or at all Oxygen makes up almost 50% of the earth's crust by weight, 42% of all healthy vegetation, 85% of seawater, 46% of igneous rocks, and 47% of much of aerated dry soil. It is the third most abundant element in the universe. 
  • Hypoxia, or oxygen starvation, over-stimulates the sympathetic nervous system causing heart rate increases and invites eventual cardiac troubles. Without oxygen we cannot absorb important vitamins, minerals and other nutrients our body needs. 
  • The development of cancerous cells is one major consequence of severe oxygen starvation. Oxygen shortage in the human body has been linked to every major illness category including heart conditions, cancer, digestion and elimination problems, respiratory disease, inflamed, swollen and aching joints, sinus problems, yeast infections and even sexual dysfunction.
  • Excessive stress in exercising can actually cause breathing blocks that invite inadequate levels of oxygen. More indicators of possible low oxygen levels in the body are muscle aches; forgetfulness; heart palpitations; circulation or digestive problems; damaged cell growth; excessive amounts of colds and infections.
  • A common factor in asthma, emphysema, bronchitis and the variations of COPD is insufficient oxygen to the blood. Maintaining your arteries and capillaries for easy blood passage is indispensable to optimal health but the fastest way to get oxygen right now is to breathe.
  • If you are in a highly toxic present time breathing environment, you will want to make it a priority above all others. It also displaces harmful free radicals, neutralises environmental toxins and destroys anaerobic (the inability to live in oxygen rich environments) infectious bacteria, parasites, microbes and viruses. Emotional and physical stress create very high oxygen loss so try to calm the mind as it stabilises the nervous system.
  • The more we tighten up these “accessory” breathing muscles the more we cause the alveoli (where the oxygen goes into the blood stream) in our lungs to begin to clog up with waste products.
  • All heart attacks come down to the hard working heart muscle’s failure to receive adequate supplies of oxygen. As the liver ages it robs increasing amounts of oxygen reserves for detoxification often leaving the other body systems with an oxygen shortage.
  • Oxygen depletion weakens our immune system, which leads to viral infections, damaged cells, growths, inflamed joins, serious heart and circulatory problems, toxic buildup in blood and premature aging. Low oxygen allows damaged cells to multiply and form growths in our bodies because our cells are oxygen deficient. If the cells in our bodies are rich in oxygen, mutated cells are less able to reproduce. This will impede the body’s ability to absorb oxygen and we slowly suffocate or our life span shortens. When needed, the cells send signals to send more oxygen.
  • Oxygen causes oxidation which is the converting of nutrients into energy. This oxidation also helps eliminate toxins and waste.
  • Insufficient oxygen in our cells causes’ pain to be experienced more acutely than when oxygen supplies are ample.
  • The greatest threat to oxygen intake is the deterioration our breathing system. Next comes nutrition, then exercise, then barring sever toxicity, your breathing environment.
  • As our cells grow older they lose their ability to carry oxygen and cooked foods deplete oxygen stores.
  • Artificial sugar, white flour, hamburgers, French fries and pizza are major oxygen users. If you MUST eat this way you can offset some of the loss by eating pounds of raw, fresh fruits and vegetables daily.
  • Most stress is partially or completely neutralised by any one of several key breathing exercises. The heart must work harder to replace get the oxygen it needs and eventually it will collapse.

Oxygen is free but very hard to find. To get enough oxygen for the most efficient and economical way is in the way we breathe. Learn how to breathe better, eat more oxygen-rich foods, liver enzyme and nutrients and try to exercise more often without gasping, excessive straining, or heavy breathing. 

Sharon Izak Elaine Chat staff