Each day technology is advancing and at times it causes us to disregard some of life’s basic needs. For example, the clean air that is necessary for our survival. A person cannot survive for long without oxygen, and chronic oxygen deprivation can lead to many health problems. For instance, oxygen deprivation can lead to diabetes, high blood pressure, and cellular damage. An increase if oxygen intake can improve a person’s overall health, however, with an increase in air pollution worldwide and the destruction of forests that replenish the oxygen supply, a person may not know what their alternatives are. Technological advancements have also created some answers to this difficulty, and the solution lies in the use of liquid oxygen water.
Water that has oxygen drops that have been stabilized added to it, allows for the direct absorption of oxygen into a person’s blood stream. In addition, this oxygen additive also serves to increase the purity of the water, increase energy levels, improve overall health, bolster the function of the immune system, and improve hydration. By increasing your oxygen intake, you will assist your body in the removal of bloodstream toxins, and improve your overall sense of well-being.
Prior to buying any water that is supplemented with liquid oxygen water, you should research the product and the manufacturer. Ensure that the water has the right pH and that it is bio-available. In the past, chlorine dioxide was utilized to produce this product and the oxygen molecule was bonded using a chemical salt, which resulted in alkaline water that has the potential for toxicity. Only purchase this type of water that has a pH level that is near 7.4 and that has been produced in facilities with U.S. FDA approval.
Increasing your intake of oxygen has numerous benefits and today’s technology has created a way for people to increase their oxygen intake without having to travel to a rural location where the air is cleaner. Try regularly drinking oxygen water that has been supplemented with oxygen, and experience the difference!
Originally posted 2013-10-05 18:10:02.
Robert July 2nd, 2017
Posted In: Oxygen Information