24,000 breaths a day pump oxygen-rich blood to every cell in your being. If you want healthy cell metabolism, you have to have plenty of oxygen. If you want a healthy heart, brain and microbiome, suck in more air. Oxygen is life, and so are new oxygen therapies.


 Handpicked. From education to self-care solutions.


01.  What is oxygen? And what does our body do with it?

Given that hypoxia (lack of oxygen) is common today, breathe deep and take this refresher on the benefits and functions of oxygenation inside your body, from bright red oxygen-rich blood to cell metabolism to feeding a healthy aerobic microbiome.

via Global Healing Center →

02.  Are you getting enough oxygen?

Signs of oxygen deprivation (hypoxia) and how to get enough oxygen everyday. Hint: get up out of your chair and move every hour. Get an air filter. Get out in nature and breathe. And avoid walking or running near car exhaust.

via Al Sears, MD →

03.  Why you may be suffering from low oxygen and not realize It

Great biohacker perspective on oxygen levels and how to improve them. 

via Selfhacked →

04.  Hatha nauli krya

We’ve never seen breathing and abdomen rolling like this before. 

via Marcello Gama→

05.  Boom clap: Yoga breathing, Guru Nanda & Beat Scout

Yoga breathing to a beat.

via GuruNanda →

06.  A breathing technique offers help for people with asthma

Buteyko method, a shallow-breathing technique developed in 1952 by a Russian doctor, Konstantin Buteyko. 

via New York Times →

07.  Breathing lessons

The key to a smaller waist and a sharper mind might be learning to inhale more air. Shallow breathing can make you sick.

via W Magazine →

08.  Yoga breathing exercises: Pranayama videos

Yoga Breathing, or Pranayama, is the foundation of your yoga practice. It begins with deepening your breathing with the 3-part breath, then moves into more advanced breathing exercises

via Do Yoga With Me →

09.  Breathing is the new yoga. 9 shortcuts to calming anxiety

Controlled breathing techniques are a promising antidote to everything from anxiety to PTSD; here’s how to incorporate them into your life.

via Vogue →

10.  Awakening the third eye by breath of fire

An effective way to develop the third eye and crown chakra by a breathing exercise that greatly oxygenates the blood and produces an extraordinary amount of prana (chi), together with specific hand positions (mudras).

via Silent Thunder Martial Arts →

11.  Oxygenating blood with nitrate-rich vegetables

Eat your beets for better oxygen flow.

via Nutritionfacts.org →

12.  Ozone: A quick overview

Learn the benefits of ozone treatment for healing chronic disease. If you haven't hear of ozone therapy, it's because it's naturally occurring, can't be patented, works systemically, and is incredibly cheap. You can make it easily with oxygen and a compressor, forming O3. It kills anaerobic microbes like herpes virus, HIV virus, cancer cells, and even caries bacteria on your teeth.

via Educate Yourself →

13.  Is ozone therapy the miracle cure that so many seek? 

Listen to this video from Dr. Owen on the uses of ozone therapy to improve blood flow, the immune system, reduce inflammation, detoxify, fight cancer and stimulate the regrowth of joint cartilage.

via Silicon Valley Health Institute →

14.  Why drink ozonated water?

Water ozonation is a common technique used to purify water and offers a number of health benefits.

via LEAFtv →

15.  Healing chronic illness at home

Oxygen, ozone, sauna and detoxification for Lyme Disease, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and MCS.

via Prohealth →

16.  Ozone therapy: A powerful cancer treatment & healing protocol

Did you know that the pre-condition that exists in every single cancer, without exception (no matter the location or stage of the cancer), has to do with impaired, oxygen-less respiration of the body’s cells? 

via The Truth About Cancer →

17.  Global warming is starving west coast waters of oxygen

As oceans warm, fish and other sea animals need more oxygen, but the sea water they breathe holds less of it. Changes in ocean circulation caused by global warming are reducing oxygen levels below the ocean’s surface, where it’s absorbed from the atmosphere. Think about it next time you drive.

via Climate Central →

18. Air filters for indoor air pollution

Air quality inside our homes and offices is worse than outdoor air quality because of toxic materials that off-gas chemicals and because of accumulation in sealed environments. Listen to this podcast to learn why both particles and chemical vapors that need to be filtered, and why you need to choose an air filter that can do both to prevent allergies, asthma and multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS).

via EnviroKlenz →

19. Carbon monoxide poisoning from car exhaust

Car exhaust, or carbon monoxide, is odorless, invisible and toxic. It bonds permanently with red blood cells, so they can no longer bond with O2, oxygen. Hypoxia is the reason we should stop driving combustion engine cars to the gas station, and instead buy an electric car or hydrogen fuel cell car. Stop climate change; stop hypoxia. Same, same. Learn what you can do to help yourself.

via Lifewire →

20. Poor cell respiration causes chronic fatigue

Tired? Take a deep breath. In a forest. While you're there, avoid idling your car. Here's why: your cells have trouble respirating (making energy) in low oxygen environments like carbon monoxide bubbles in and around traffic. Translation: chronic fatigue can be a metabolic dysfunction from chronic hypoxia.

via ScienceAlert →

21. Food grade hydrogen peroxide therapy, H2O2

Another dirt cheap oxygen therapy for chronic hypoxia is hydrogen peroxide therapy. Our white blood cells produce H2O2 naturally as part of cell metabolism, and use it to destroy anaerobic bacteria or viruses. H2O2 can be used intravenously or locally in mouth or sinuses. Food grade hydrogen peroxide, different from what you buy at the drugstore, must be diluted properly.

via InnovativeMedicine →

22. Are you really breathing to capacity?

Watch free diver record holder William Trubridge reset your expectations for one breath at Dean's Blue Hole, Bahamas. You might want to hold your breath and time yourself after this to see where you stand.

via YouTube →