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Stress and Oxygen

''Insufficient oxygen means insufficient biological energy that can result in anything from mild fatigue to life threatening disease. The link between insufficient oxygen and disease has now been firmly established. The more oxygen we have in our system, the more energy we produce."
- Dr. W. Spencer Way: Journal of the American Association of Physicians

The evolution of all life on the planet is directly proportionate to the increase of oxygen levels in the atmosphere. And there has been a steady decline since measurement of oxygen began in 1989.

C02 emissions account for some of that decline, with each carbon dioxide atom locking up 2 oxygen atoms that is only to be expected as C02 emissions rise. But the decline shows more than the C02 emissions account for.
The growth of technology, the decline of natural sources of oxygen such as trees, these things contribute to increased carbon dioxide in our atmosphere stealing our oxygen and causing the decrease of oxygen levels.

Add to the decreased % of oxygen in our air the fact that the greatest percentage of humans are now stress-breathers, it is all the more important that we learn to deep-breathe.

Especially as we know that all our bodily cells need oxygen to be healthy, and:

"The large majority of those infectious microbes that cause us so much illness and pain are anaerobic...a big word that means they live and proliferate best in environments where there is little or no oxygen''
- Ed McCabe: Oxygen Therapies: A New Way of Approaching Disease

When our bodies are low in oxygen infectious microbes are more likely to take up residence AND because oxygen is essential for the detoxification of our blood, it is less likely that our bodies are able to remove them.

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