About Oxygen

No Oxygen, No Life: Alarming Short Supply

No Oxygen, No Life: Alarming Short SupplyThe oxygen density in the air is only 20.9%. It may decrease to 18% indoors.
That's why you need to inhale High-concentration Oxygen.

An ideal oxygen level in the blood is 97% or greater.
If it decreases below 95%, you are suffering from oxygen deficiency.
Recently, many people have oxygen levels less than 94%.
A 3% decrease in the oxygen level is equivalent to living with apnea for about a third of the day.

Oxygen is essential for our health. But it is short to us.

Three Causes of Oxygen Shortage

1. Deficient atmospheric oxygen

In the last few years, the volume of oxygen in the atmosphere has decreased, while that of carbon dioxide (CO2) has increased steadily.

2. Decreased oxygen intake due to aging

Our lung capacity is weakened by aging, while the lungs' respiration is also reduced. This leads to oxygen deficiency, aging and lowered immunity.

3. Habits and Lifestyles

Adverse habits and lifestyles, e.g., stress, smoking, drinking, insufficient exercise, high-caloorie intake, high-fat diets, etc., also deteriorate oxygen intake.

High-concentration Oxygen provides sufficient oxygen for your health!

High-concentration Oxygen improves your blood flow, basal metabolism, immunity and recovery from fatigue.

Six Effects of High-concentration Oxygen

  • About Oxygen
  • No Oxygen, No Life: Alarming Short Supply
  • Three Causes of Oxygen Shortage
  • High-concentration Oxygen provides sufficient oxygen for your health!
  • Six Effects of High-concentration Oxygen