Why Boost Oxygen is the World’s Nr. 1 Supplemental Oxygen?

Pretoria on MyPR: Why Boost Oxygen is the World’s Nr. 1 Supplemental Oxygen?:

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Durban, June, 20, 2017: Supplemental Oxygen, a new Trend in the World and it’s Growing at an Exponential rate. Supplemental Oxygen is the next Big thing and Boost Oxygen is on the Forefront of this Wave. So what is Boost Oxygen?

Boost Oxygen is 95% Pure Oxygen in a can.

Gone are the days that you need a prescription to receive all the benefits that Pure Oxygen has to offer. Boost Oxygen is a light-weight, easy-to-use canisters. Boost Oxygen is used as a supplement to enhance sports performance and recovery, alleviate the effects of high altitude, remedy hangovers and fatigue as well as promote a heightened sense of personal health and well-being.

90% of the body’s energy comes from oxygen. Only 10% from food and water.90% of the body’s energy comes from oxygen. Only 10% from food and water.It does not provide a superficial jolt to the central nervous system like energy drinks. It gives you a healthy energy boost to help return your body and mind to equilibrium.Boost Oxygen is 95% purified oxygen (5% ambient air) whereas the purity of oxygen in the air is only 21%.

Boost Oxygen is used by millions globally from pro-athletes to celebrities like Woody Harrelson, Madonna, Gwyneth Paltrow and Brits Simon Cowell, Mick Jagger, Kate Moss, Ellen and Kloé Kardashian have also been linked to enjoying a head-clearing Oxygen boost.

WHY OXYGEN IN A CAN?
Boost Oxygen is 95% purified oxygen (5% ambient air) that comes in light-weight, easy-to-use canisters, and is used as a supplement to enhance sports recovery, alleviate high altitude effects, remedy hangovers and fatigue, and otherwise promote a heightened sense of personal health and well-being Oxygen is more than a life sustaining element. Studies have shown that the right amount of oxygen can significantly impact mental acuity, muscle strength, blood flow, organ vitality, stress abatement and overall well-being.

ALTITUDE AND AVIATION
Traveling to locations with altitude heights over 5,000 feet above sea level can result in lower oxygen levels in the body. Forty percent of people who visit high altitude locations like Denver and the Colorado Rockies can experience ranges of altitude sickness.According to WEB MD, National Health Service (UK), eMedicineHealth (and other reputable sources), giving supplemental oxygen is the #1 recommended remedy for the symptoms of altitude sickness caused by the deprivation of oxygen to the body. HEALTH Increased oxygen intake has been reported by health professionals as the natural health and well-being aid that promotes energy, better mental acuity, increased capacity for exercise (and quicker recovery), as well as boosting the immune system.

EXERCISE AND BETTER BREATHING LEADS TO MORE ENERGY
According to the Mayo Clinic, “exercise and physical activity deliver oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and help your cardiovascular system work more efficiently. And when your heart and lungs work more efficiently, you have more energy….”  Who doesn’t want that?Increased oxygen intake can help you get the most out of your exercise routine before, during and after activity.

PERFORMANCE
Many sports (like rugby, crossfit, football, hockey, soccer, bodybuilding, speed skating, cycling and more) require quick, high-intensity bursts of energy which can also include brute contact with others. Athletes are under intense physical and mental stress combined with extreme aerobic and anaerobic activity.As a result, bodies emit more carbon dioxide during the game or event than the oxygen they take in. This lack of oxygen can, and does, cause muscle fatigue, cramping and poor performance.  Boost Oxygen helps with faster recovery time, minimization of cramping and increased capacity for staying on top (both physically and mentally) to achieve the best in physical performance.

PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES USE BOOST OXYGEN
Professional athletes know first-hand about the toll their sport can demand of them – the impact it takes on their bodies, and the benefits of using Boost Oxygen as a supplement to help reach peak performance and recover faster from intensive physical output. Boost Oxygen is 95% pure oxygen, all-natural and safe. According to the World Anti-Doping Association (WADA), supplemental oxygen is not considered a banned substance.

HANGOVER REMEDY
Once consumed, alcohol can stay in your blood for several hours.  This is why, the morning after a night on the town, you might wake feeling as though you have the mother of all headaches and a hefty dose of nausea to match.When it comes to a remedy, there are many products and urban legends which are said to alleviate the dreaded hangover, but those with access to supplemental oxygen, whether it be a nurse, welder, or RAF pilot during WWII, have experienced its benefits when used during or after a night of drinking. Boost Oxygen gives the general public immediate access to oxygen during the party, before sleep, and for the morning after.

FATIGUE AND STRESS
Fatigue can disrupt the quality of your life, but you don’t have to let it. According to the National Institute for Health (NIH), “Oxygen therapy helps many people function better and be more active. It also may help decrease shortness of breath and fatigue (tiredness).”Supplemental oxygen can infuse tissues, restoring what has been depleted through exhaustion. It also combats stress – a common contributor to fatigue (stress can cause a decrease in the ability to absorb oxygen into the blood, resulting in diminished oxygen to the tissues, which culminates in muscle fatigue).When we eat a poor diet with foods that are high in fat, carbohydrates, sugar, and alcohol, our bodies have to use more oxygen to digest, assimilate, decompose and eventually expel them. A common outward symptom is the food coma, the feeling of mid-afternoon lethargy. The brain is deprived of its normal ration of oxygen, and fatigue sets in. We yawn to get more oxygen to the brain.

RECOMMENDED USE
Remove tamper evident plastic, insert mouth into the mask, press trigger for one second. and inhale deeply. Hold oxygen in lungs temporarily before exhaling for best results. Repeat as desired. It is recommended to repeat this procedure 3-5 times to feel the effects of the oxygen.For strenuous sports, take three-to-five inhalations before an event, three-to-five during a rest period, and three-to-five at the end to speed recovery and stay on top of your game.

WHERE TO GET BOOST OXYGEN
Boost Oxygen can be purchased from our online store www.boostoxygensa.co.za or one of our many stockists available nationally. Updated Weekly.

Social Media handle @boostoxygensa

Media Contact
Company Name: Boost Oxygen SA
Contact Person: Dewaldt Koekemoer
Email: info@boostoxygensa.co.za
Phone: +27 72 688 4640
Country: South Africa
Website: www.boostoxygensa.co.za

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. Pretoria – MyPR



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