Effects of Air Pollution
Health & Wellness
Increased oxygen intake has been reported by health professionals as the natural health and well-being aid that promotes energy, better mental acuity, increased capacity for exercise (and quicker recovery), as well as boosting the immune system.
Exercise and Better Breathing Leads to More Energy
According to the Mayo Clinic, “exercise and physical activity deliver oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and help your cardiovascular system work more efficiently. And when your heart and lungs work more efficiently, you have more energy….” Who doesn’t want that? Increased oxygen intake can help you get the most out of your exercise routine before, during and after activity.
When you’re feeling bogged down from pollution or stale air
Have you ever walked through a major metropolitan city with a white umbrella? Try it out if you’d like…but it won’t be white at the end of the day. Unfortunately, our world is experiencing alarmingly high pollution rates across the globe. One reason this is concerning is because air quality plays a vital role in your overall health. The worse the air, the worse you feel. In India, where the air quality is known to be poor, the government has disclosed that the average life expectancy rate is seven and a half years less than it would be without their air quality crisis. Clearly, breathing in all those pollutants can’t be good for your health. So, when you’re traveling to a city with poor air quality or witnessing or feeling the negative effects of pollution or stale air, be certain to breathe your gO2 therapy oxygen to help diminish your exposure to polluted air.
Air Pollution and Recreational Oxygen
Breathing in polluted air is not healthful. Numerous studies have linked excessive air pollution and chronic health conditions, including asthma, heart disease and dementia (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences). Professors from MIT and other universities found that in India, air pollution has cut life expectancy by an average of 7.5 years and is responsible for higher rates of lung cancer, heart attacks and strokes (Hook). Even in cities where there is no visible air pollution, the air quality might not be good, as particulate matter can be invisible to the naked eye. Even when the Air Quality Index (AQI) is not indicating a risk, a person living or traveling to a city can breathe in exhaust, fumes and particulate matter from cars, public transit (i.e., subway, buses) and industry. As pollution can hit unexpectedly in the modern world, it stands to reason that having a lightweight canister of gO2 therapy oxygen in your bag or briefcase is the smart way to go. That’s why gO2 therapy is here to help you breathe easy – any time you want it…or are suddenly gasping for a breath of fresh air.
While gO2 therapy cannot solve the world’s air crisis epidemic, breathing recreational oxygen can help diminish a person’s exposure to air pollution and help mitigate some of the problems associated with compromised or polluted air. Likewise, smokers who are worried about how pollutants like carbon monoxide are impacting his or her health can use gO2 therapy portable canned oxygen to help combat some of the potential mental and physical health damage caused by smoking cigarettes.
gO2 therapy has received many testimonials from customers who are grateful for how gO2 therapy oxygen has helped them mitigate some of the symptoms of poor air quality related to pollution and cigarette smoking/cessation. Share the news – that gO2 therapy can be there to help combat poor air quality – with anyone facing the challenge.