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Oxygen is  alkalinizing and feeds cell metabolism for energy. Chronic conditions to prevent: hypoxia, fatigue, acidosis, asthma, COPD. 

 

— CHALLENGES

CO2 coal and car emissons, indoor air pollution, sedentary lifestyle, recurrent sinusitis or bronchitis, mouth breathing, shallow breathing, misalignment of the jaw.

 

— PREVENTION

Invest in renewable clean energy, take a break every hour to move and breathe, practice deep breathing, exercise regularly, get an air filter, find a systemic dentist who does structural alignment, replace antibiotics overuse with ozone and oxygen therapies.

 

OVERVIEW

24,000 breaths a day pump oxygen-rich blood to every cell in your being.

If you want healthy cell metabolism, you need plenty of oxygen. If you want healthy lungs, heart, brain, blood and microbiome, suck in more fresh air and move it down to your toes. Get enough iron for healthy hemoglobin. Acidosis leads to illness and fatigue; oxygen is alkalinizing and energizing. Learn about ozone and oxygen therapies to prevent overuse of antibiotics. Use shallow breathing technique to quell an asthma attack to prevent overuse of steroid inhalers. Prevent immediate cord cutting at birth—it robs newborns of the oxygen-rich and stem-cell rich blood they need to be well. Cut the cord only after it stops pulsing and turns white.

Living day after day without enough oxygen to feed cell metabolism will make anyone sick and tired over time. Chronic hypoxia drains the life out of you. Too much carbon dioxide makes you acidic and feeds anaerobic microbes when we what we crave is alkalinizing oxygen to feed aerobic bacteria and healthy cell metabolism. That balance is key to overall health. That's why it's called the Breath of Life.

Given the challenges, you may need to make adaptive changes. Hang out with the tree people. Take regular walks on the beach or in a park. Live and exercise away from traffic. Vacation in forests, on mountain tops, in high deserts and secluded beaches. Create indoor plant walls. Get an air filter. Buy an electric car and a portable solar charging station. Learn to use a neti pot or hapé pipe for sinus problems. Replace antibiotics with ozone therapy and food grade H2O2 therapy. Avoid eating allergenic inflammatory foods. And step away from the steroid inhaler if you've become addicted. If you give birth in a hospital, make sure you do not sign over the right to dispose of your child's umbilical cord to the hospital. Doing so authorizes immediate cord cutting and the taking of the baby's umbilical cord for stem cell harvesting. Your baby needs those stem cells for healthy lungs and blood, and needs mother's oxygen while learning how to breathe. Take control of cutting the cord when it's time, and not before. Acute hypoxia at birth from immediate cord cutting isn't an ideal way to begin life on planet Earth.

 

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