Stress in the body can lead to a lack of oxygen. There are four major types of stress that deplete oxygen.
Toxic stress – This comes from our polluted environment. We need extra oxygen to detoxify our bodies on a regular basis.
Emotional stress – The flight or fight response that everyone is familiar with which causes the production of adrenaline and adrenal related hormones, which uses up our oxygen supply.
Physical Stress – Reduces circulation and the subsequent oxygen supply to a great many cells and tissues throughout the body.
Infections – Use up “free radical” forms of oxygen to combat bacteria, fungi, and viruses. Frequent use of drugs counteract infections also depletes cellular oxygen since oxygen is required to metabolise them out of the system. Research has convincingly shown that there is a significant difference in the amount of oxygen in a strong healthy person than that of a weak chronically ill person.
The initial symptoms of oxygen deficiency are as follows:
- · Overall body weakness
- · Muscle aches
- · Depression
- · Dizziness
- · Irritability
- · Fatigue
- · Memory loss
- · Circulation problems
- · Poor digestion
- · Acid stomach
- · Lowered immunity to cold, flu, and infection
- · Bronchial Problems
- · Bacterial, viral and parasitic infection
Aerobic Oxygen could help change and improve your health