Practice of Supplemental Oxygen Addition Grows in Popularity, States WinterGreen Research in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
14 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Many people have shortness of breath quickly after the beginning of workout, encounter muscle fatigue and later exercise less than before, thus making no headway. The oxygen and carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations are believed to quickly get off balance in otherwise healthy individuals during physical activity. The direct addition of supplemental recreational oxygen is needed to create a balance of oxygen and CO2. This is achieved by helping the body eliminate any surplus CO2, replace any oxygen lost, and form CO2 to allow the delivery of more oxygen to the cells.
Obesity hypoventilation syndrome (OHS) exemplifies drastic cases of how CO2 and oxygen get off balance inside obese, however healthy people. OHS significantly prevents exercise through a near muscle function loss (paralysis) by the buildup of excess CO2. Supplemental oxygen is able to provide relief to some patients with OHS.
Supplemental oxygen was used by Federal Judge Wesley Ernest Brown to enhance his brain function allowing him to preside over judicial pleadings in his 100’s. Amateur sportsmen and professional athletes have a slew of examples of utilising oxygen to enhance body function, boost endurance, and recover sooner from strenuous exercise.
New report “Supplemental Oxygen Can Remedy both Low and High Carbon Dioxide Blood Levels to Improve Endurance” drawn up by WinterGreen Research limelights the fundamental principles of breathing, specifically the significance of CO2, discusses the cases in which supplemental oxygen are presently used, and examines also the value of physical activity and supplemental oxygen. It also gives details about the therapy for OHS with the use of oxygen, and outlines the importance of the addition of supplemental oxygen to augment endurance.
More publications by our market research partner are available at WinterGreen Research page.