Exercise with oxygen therapy (EWOT) is breathing higher levels (90% or above) of oxygen enriched air while exercising, which provides dramatic health benefits by increasing the oxygen carrying capability of red blood cells and blood plasma. Cells make up our body, including organs and tissues, and all cells in our body need oxygen to function correctly. As we age and undergo stress oxygen is unable to reach the small capillaries surrounding organs and tissues because of improper oxygenation of red blood cells causing swelling and edema in these capillaries. Exercise with Oxygen Therapy saturates red blood cells and blood plasma with oxygen so that oxygen can reach small capillaries surrounding organs and tissues. This decreases swelling and edema and re-establishes normal oxygen and nutrient supply to organs and tissues.
Benefits of EWOT include:
Increasing oxygenation of tissues and cells
Recovering from stress related illnesses
Preventing age related diseases
Reversing process of Aging
Stimulating Immune System and Metabolism
Enhancing athletic performance