Anti-aging oxygen may not be the first thing you think of when you are looking for ways to look younger or live longer. Oxygen is all around us and yet people age more every day… but it’s the amount of oxygen the body‘s cells have available to them that makes a significant impact on the health and longevity of the cell and the entire body. There is a direct connection between Anti-aging oxygen.
Anti-aging can be a difficult topic to address because of the lack of agreement over the meaning of “anti-aging” (as research, medicine, brand, or simply adjective).
Like it or not, “anti-aging” now has a number of quite different common meanings and connotations. Each is championed by a particular group or loose coalition of interests, but advocates for these groups have a way of diving into the fray without defining their terms. This makes reading about anti-aging techniques, technologies, medicine, products, and debates very confusing for the newcomer. Read More
However, the most common use of the term “anti-aging” is synonomous with life extension. However you define it, slowing the progression and effects of aging is universally understood as good. Now let’s look at the role played by oxygen and anti-aging…
First let’s clear up a couple terms so we are all on the same page…
oxygenation: refers to adding oxygen to the blood.
oxidation: refers to a chemical process in which an electrically charged particle (electron) is split off from a molecule (which may nor may not be an oxygen molecule). Oxidation: More often than not, we try to counteract the damage oxidation can cause by using antioxidants.
Nobel prize winning scientist, Otto Warburg, described more than half a century ago, how optimum cellular oxygen respiration is a primary key to avoiding degenerative disease. Unfortunately, most modern people’s cells are oxygen deficient and consequently less healthy than they could otherwise be. One of the causes of declining oxygen levels in the body is the fact that atmospheric oxygen has declined significantly in modern times. Another cause is the use of modern vegetable oils. Read more
Oxygen therapy can help to jump start the body’s antioxidant defenses and ability to fight free radicals, boost metabolism, and counteract the hypoxia (low oxygen level) that leads to sluggish cell activity and oxidative stress. Research has shown that oxygen therapy can help to improve the efficiency of hemoglobin in transporting oxygen around the body, improve blood flow by helping to keep cell membranes flexible, and detoxify and fight infection by destroying bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi that thrive in low-oxygen environments and don’t have the antioxidant resources to fight back. Read more Hyperbolic oxygen therapy is one such therapy.
How do we restore oxygen balance in the body? Eating an alkaline diet, drinking enough water, daily exercise, and fresh juicing are all methods to help restore oxygen and combat hypoxia. Oh yes, deep breathing from the diaphragm (rather than the chest), through the nose (rather than mouth) will also help increase oxygen levels. Read more Read about free ways to increase oxygen.
There are also oxygen supplements and other products that can help increase available oxygen to the cells. For instance, the Heaven Flight Kit, a bestselling anti-ageing moisturiser nourishes the skin with oxygen, vitamins and sandalwood. Read more
As you can see, increased oxygen improves the funtioning of individual cells which in turn allows them to function better and longer. The result… Anti-aging oxygen means better oxygen which in turn means healthier cells and thus extension of life.
Originally posted 2012-06-24 10:46:27.
Robert April 24th, 2017
Posted In: Science and History