Oxygen Plus™ Review.
Canned Oxygen? . It comes with a lot of claims from people who have bought and used the product, some who swear that it has helped with Asthma, or as a pick me up after hard exercise. Many athletes claim that it improves stamina and muscle recovery. This Canned Oxygen Plus™ Review looks at the pros and cons of the claims.
By advertising their product as “Recreational Oxygen ” Oxygen Plus is not occupying the same space as some of its competitors who highlight 95% pure oxygen on their product.
Which, could lead some people to believe that it is medical grade oxygen. Medical grade oxygen is concentrated at 90% and above, but, is only available by prescription. The composition and application of medical oxygen is tailored to your specific condition.
Customer reviews of Oxygen Plus™ seem to understand that it is not a substitute for prescription oxygen, although Oxygen Plus™ is packaged as 95% pure oxygen. That is all it has.
No flavorings, additives, nothing but 95% oxygen. The application differences between medical grade oxygen and canned oxygen mean that canned oxygen can be only be a short term substitute for medical grade oxygen. This suits a lot of people who
So, rather than carry a canister of prescription oxygen, a can of Oxygen Plus™ in a hand bag, day pack is a convenient alternative if your O2 levels need a top up.
The skeptical. Medical researchers say that the average healthy human body is not able to absorb any more oxygen into their blood cells when breathing normally. Oxygen levels in the atmosphere are at 21%. Some have used the analogy of trying to cram more people onto an overload bus.
However, many of the same medical researchers do agree that having a hit of concentrated oxygen after a workout does help the athlete, recreational sportsman / women, etc. do have better recovery times.
Much of what the medical researchers are critical of, is the oxygen bars, and the potential for people with existing lung conditions to exasperate problems they may already have by using Un-sterilized, non medical grade tubing.
Health and Wellness.
The promotion of health and wellness seems to have evolved to one thing being the be all, end all solution to our problems.
With many people wanting to get out and do their own thing, and break free of the rat race, Health and wellness has a growing field of practioners.
Athlete X promotes Y brand of vitamins as the thing he / she uses to win. I go into the health shop and see half a dozen shelves with brand Y’s products and think, “He must rattle”. And the cost, ” why so expensive? “, So I usually walk out with nothing.
I mean, there is a pill for everything, who doesn’t want to relieve stress, ease muscle aches, increase energy, concentrate and focus more effectively, sleep better, slow the aging process, and recover quickly from jet lag and hangovers?
Well I don’t drink, so I will not be going for a night on the town, and next morning see if squeezing more Oxygen into my blood system will cure my hangover. There is some anecdotal evidence that it does. Who am I to argue?
If I buy something it is for a particular purpose. Like the guy in the Video.
Endurance and Stamina.
Is often associated with health and wellness, but have you noticed how so many products in the health and wellness market project a scene of dynamic lethargy ?
Our little green friend below has no need to worry about oxygen boosts.
Where Oxygen Plus™ is of a benefit, compared to the alternatives.
Sports drinks, loaded up with extra sugars, and caffeine, which provide a short term upside, but the downside is, you need to take more to keep experiencing the effects, and this will lead to health problems (usually with the heart).
I believe they are addictive, I have many friends who drink 5 or 6 a day, that can’t have a good outcome.
More likely using the so called sports drinks is probably not addressing the real issues confronting you.
Which may only be depleted levels of oxygen. If you are that kayaker Oxygen Plus™ will be of more benefit than say a pink bull.
Not everything has to be out there, full on strenuous activity for Oxygen Plus™ to be of benefit to you.
How to use canned oxygen for altitude sickness
If your a traveler, visiting places like Cusco In Peru. The high altitude may effect your enjoyment of the tour, Macchui Picchui, and all those wonderful sights. The locals and tour guides suggest that you chew cocoa leaves to combat altitude sickness, even offering satchels of cocoa leaves for a few Pesos.
Keeping a can of Oxygen Plus™ in your day pack, will give you a better experience, often tours like these are once in a lifetime affair.
Have you ever been driving for a couple of hours and started to feel drowsy?, you wind the window down ( depending on the weather outside of course), to get some fresh air into your system. Immediately you feel good again, maybe only for a few minutes. In reality, you probably should be pulling over for a rest.
That is the effect Oxygen Plus™ has. A burst of fresh Oxygen to depleted blood cells and your going again. If you do a lot of driving then you would know rests stops are not always where you need them to be.
None. Using Oxygen Plus™ can help you tackle your mental and physical goals, side effect-free.
As long as you breathe Oxygen Plus when your body’s oxygen levels are depleted, and breathe enough of it to restore your depleted oxygen levels to normal, healthy levels.
Oxygen Plus™ advises that any person with any type of health or medical condition should consult their physician prior to use of O+ products. Since O+ is not a medical product or intended for medical use, it is neither regulated nor approved by the FDA.
Who benefits with Oxygen Plus™.
Healthy active people who want better recovery times either during or after exercise. There are many others from Asthma sufferers to office workers who have submitted positive testimonials about their use of Oxygen Plus™.
These are verified and are published on the Oxygen Plus™ website.
Although many health professionals are skeptical, Oxygen Plus™ does have research from independent sources such as the Mayo Clinic, Harvard Medicine School, The British Sports Journal and others. You can See Them Here
In this canned oxygen review my opinion has shifted and I now understand why the average office worker in an air-conditioned office with artificial light, would be using it. Someone who does meditation would use it, As well as athletes, even Yoga practitioners.
Personally as someone who has chewed cocoa leaves I can vouch for Oxygen Plus™ benefits at high altitudes.