Health

Oxygen is an ingredient of such monumental importance that without it, life is absolutely impossible. Every cell in the body inhales oxygen and exhales carbon dioxide – a process called respiration. The body’s cells constantly need a new supply of oxygen in order to produce energy and without oxygen, cellular function is impaired, and damage or cell death is possible. The quality of the air we breathe, the quality of the foods we eat, along with exercise and the adequacy and efficiency of the body’s waste disposal system, determines the quality of cells, our health, and the length of our life.

Pure O2 is supplemental oxygen that is concentrated by more than 4 times than that of normal everyday air. Pure O2 is 93-95% pure oxygen in a light weight portable canister that can be used whenever desired. It is perfect for individuals looking to supplement their oxygen needs in order to lead a healthier, more active lifestyle.

Pure Oxygen has been used by hospitals to improve our health for over 200 years and has been recorded to improve our exercise performance since as early as 1928. Benefits such as slowing down the signs of ageing, reducing stress, detoxifying the blood of toxins and improving the immune system have all been well documented.

Oxygen and Panic / Anxiety Attacks

The onset of a panic or anxiety attack is caused by some level of stress either known or unknown to the sufferer.  The sufferer starts, chest breathing, which are short rapid breaths which immediately affects the respiratory system. The harder breathing is an attempt to quickly distribute oxygen-rich blood around the body. The quick, shallow breathing results in minimal air being taken in, leading to hyperventilation or shortness of breath. This state continuously deprives the brain of oxygen further amplifying the build up of adrenalin and cortisol. Supplemental oxygen enhances the relaxation process during stressful situations, supplementing the mind directly with oxygen for clear thought and calmness.

Oxygen and Anemia

Anemia is a shortage of red blood cells, which often results in symptoms such as dizziness, fatigue and light-headedness. Red blood cells contain haemoglobin which enables red blood cells to carry oxygen from the lungs to all parts of the body, and to carry carbon dioxide from other parts of the body to the lungs so that it can be exhaled.

A lack of oxygen to the brain immediately translates to dizziness, fatigue and light headedness. By maximising saturation levels of oxygen in the blood with supplemental oxygen, the red blood cells carry oxygen at an improved rate to the brain reducing the effects of dizziness and fatigue experienced.

Oxygen and the Heart

One of the many important jobs of your blood is to deliver oxygen throughout your body. But when you have heart failure, your heart muscles might be weaker and may not pump blood the way they normally would. That means your body doesn’t get the oxygen it needs

Portable oxygen canisters lets you breathe in extra oxygen when on the move. It’s not a cure for heart failure but it does help symptoms such as shortness of breath and rapid fatigue when on the move.

If you’re a heart patient diagnosed with mitral valve prolapse (MVP – one of the most common conditions that affect our heart valves), your mitral valve is enlarged and unable to close correctly, preventing blood from flowing normally throughout your body. When your organs don’t get an adequate supply of oxygenated blood due to MVP, you can experience extreme fatigue.

Oxygen and Emphysema

Emphysema is a long-term, progressive disease of the lungs that primarily causes shortness of breath due to over-inflation of the alveoli (air sacs in the lung). In people with emphysema, the lung tissue involved in exchange of gases (oxygen and carbon dioxide) is impaired or destroyed. Emphysema is included in a group of diseases called chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD (pulmonary refers to the lungs).

If you have shortness of breath and go to a hospital’s emergency department, you often are given oxygen. In some cases, it may be necessary for you to receive oxygen at home as well. Portable oxygen canisters help sufferers of Emphysema to be mobile and engage in normal day-to-day activities.

Oxygen and Cancer

Cancer cells are not like any other cells in the human body. The way they metabolize and create energy for living and multiplication is unique and dangerous. Normal cells love oxygen but cancer cells do not – they prefer glucose (sugar).

A German doctor named Otto Warburg was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1931 for his research proving that cancer cells use a form of non-oxygen metabolism to survive.

Oxygen provides far less fuel for cancer cells than glucose (only 2 energy molecules instead of 36 with sugar). Therefore, filling your body with more oxygen is a smart and safe method to fight cancer.

Cancer is a very difficult disease to understand and there are many misconceptions associated with it. But one of the main keys of understanding, treating and ultimately winning the raging war against cancer is none other than oxygen. Eighth on the periodic table, oxygen is responsible for the breathing of cells and are essential role in providing energy. However, cancerous, mutated cells thrive in anaerobic, or oxygen-lacking environments.

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EVERY CAN OF PUREO2 CONTAINS *95% PURE ENRICHED OXYGEN IN ITS NATURAL GAS STATE, DELIVERED AT MORE THAN 4 TIMES THE CONCENTRATION OF EVERYDAY AIR.

BEING SA’S FIRST CANNED OXYGEN SUPPLEMENT, MEANS THAT YOU CAN BREATHE ENRICHED OXYGEN WHENEVER AND WHEREVER YOU NEED IT THE MOST.

PUREO2 improves oxygen absorption rates and reduces fatigue caused by a lack of oxygen due to certain health conditions.

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