9am - 5pm PST
we'll call you
back to take your
|Sleep: A Holiday Recipe for
|It sounds like an infomercial for weight loss
pills. But a recent study presented at the North
American Association for the Study of Obesity (NAASO)
suggested that the less sleep you get the more likely
you are to become obese. Read More...
|Do you suffer from sleep apnea? Do you have any of these symptoms?
The National Commission on Sleep Disorders Research
estimates that 38,000 cardiovascular deaths, due
to sleep apnea, occur each year. Over the long
term, serious sleep apnea conditions have been
linked to a greater risk of hypertension and cardiovascular
diseases. However, sleep apnea was not well understood
or recognized by the medical community until recently.
And only a fraction of sufferers have been diagnosed
- Limb jerking and kicking during sleep
- Depression, reduction in motivation
- ADHD symptoms (hyperactivity)
- Morning headaches, bloodshot eyes
- Multiple bathroom trips during sleep time
- Heartburn (Acid Reflux)
Waking up very tired and thirsty
Poor ability to concentrate
Poor motor skills
Weight gain and love handles in men 35+
Excessive sleepiness during waking hours
Sleep Apnea and reduction in Blood Oxygen Saturation
Sleep apnea sufferers can have 20 to 60 or more involuntary breathing pauses -- called apneic episodes -- per hour, each lasting 10 seconds or longer. People with sleep apnea usually snore between episodes, and then snort, gasp or choke when they start breathing again. OSA sufferers never get a "good nights sleep" because repeated arousal's deprive patients of REM (deep-sleep stage) leading to chronic daytime exhaustion and long-term cardiovascular stress.
Consequently, OSA causes a drop in one's blood oxygen saturation (SaO2) and an increase in the blood's carbon dioxide (CO2). When the SaO2 drops the heart will start pumping more blood with each beat the SaO2 continues to drop the heart will start beating faster and faster. As the CO2 increases the brain will try to drive the person to breathe. The effort and action of the abdomen and chest will increase. Eventually that action can become severe enough to cause an arousal, (but the arousal does not fully awaken the person) clearing the upper airway blockage, allowing the person to breathe. Then you go back to sleep and it happens all over again.
It is also important to remember that when the immune system is compromised by a lack of oxygen, we are more susceptible to opportunistic bacteria, viral, and parasitic infections and colds, as well as flu. Oxygen deprivation can also lead to life-threatening disease, such as cancer. Cancer and most other infections or disease cannot live in an oxygen-rich environment.
"Cancer has only one prime cause. It is the replacement of normal oxygen respiration of the body's cells by an anaerobic (i.e., oxygen deficient) cell respiration." Dr. Otto Warburg, The Prime Cause and Prevention of Cancer, The Lindau Lecture, Germany, Wurzburg, Germany: K. Trilsch. 1966, English, translation by D. Burke, 1969.
"All chronic pain, suffering and diseases are caused from a lack of oxygen at the cell level."Arthur C. Guyton, The Textbook of Medical Physiology, Fifth Edition, W. B. Saunders Co., PA, 1976.
"Virtually all heart attacks come down to a failure to deliver oxygen to the hardworking heart muscle."Philip Stavish, M.D., "Oxygen Deficit Linked to Heart Problems," Journal of Longevity, Vol. 4/No. 5, 1998.
For almost 50 years, health care professionals have agreed that oxygen plays an important role in sustaining a healthy body. Without a dependable supply of oxygen, the cells in our bodies cannot function properly. Nutrients, occurring in our diets as proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, must have oxygen present to convert their potential energy into usable energy. In order for new cells to be formed, hundreds of amino acids must link together using oxygen as the source of their building energy. However, many of our bodies routinely experience oxygen starvation on a daily basis, compounded by the following factors:
Activated Stabilized Oxygen is perhaps the most versatile and completely safe concentrated stabilized oxygen solution available today for giving your body the oxygen it needs to remain healthy.
As a molecule, Activated Stabilized Oxygen 's roots go back to the 1950s, when an aerospace process control engineer created O4. By the early 1990's, a new formula containing two stable O2 molecules in a very high concentration was being used as a chlorine additive for disinfecting (killing) water-borne pathogens in waste water treatment applications.
Even so, it wasn't until the creation of the special Activated Stabilized Oxygen formula with its balanced pH, non-toxicity, and high oxygen content, that new markets for this special new molecule began to open up.
As a nutrient supplement, the colorless, non-toxic, and completely safe Activated Stabilized Oxygen provides a unique concentrated, stabilized dose of oxygen for the body to use to cleanse the system and maintain general wellness. When used as a dietary supplement, this special formula is just as important to your body's health as Vitamin A, B, C, or E, working hand-in-hand with vitamins, minerals and amino acids to help obtain a higher level of health. Even stains and persistent environmental odors don't stand a chance against the power of Activated Stabilized Oxygen's biocidal attack on microbes, germs, and bacteria.
Today, the remarkable solution is now being used for health and nutrition, beauty, medical, dental, agricultural, sports nutrition, and bottled water applications all over the world. Any health-conscious consumer, including athletes, occasional exercisers, and those who like to take a holistic approach to health and wellness can benefit from the Activated Stabilized Oxygen in these products.
Read what others are saying about Activated Stabilized Oxygen
approximate30 day supply
2 ounce bottle
Buy 2 - 2oz Get 1 2oz FREE!!!
8 ounce bottle