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Benefits of Aromatherapy

To better understand aromatherapy benefits, it helps to know how your body processes smells.
The sense of smell is pretty powerful. In fact, the body can distinguish around 10,000 different scents! Amazing, isn’t it?
As scents are inhaled, the smell travels across the olfactory nerves located inside the nose and then up into the part of the brain that controls our moods, our memories and our ability to learn. This area is called the Limbic System and when stimulated it releases endorphin’s, neurotransmitters and other ‘feel-good’chemicals.

Wow! That’s pretty scientific stuff… not to worry, in a nutshell, what all of that means is that smells have a subtle way of effecting your mind and emotions.
Just think of the way you feel when you sniff the scent from a fresh bouquet of flowers versus your reaction when you smell something not so fresh like garbage or burnt toast. A big difference right?

Aromatherapy doesn’t just smell good, it can also benefit you in many ways. Some aromatherapy benefits that are more commonly known include:
• Relaxation and stress relief
• Mood enhancement, balance and well being
• Relief of minor discomforts
• Boosting the immune, respiratory and circulatory systems
Aromatherapy is a great, natural complement or alternative to other health treatment options such as certain prescribed medications. But don’t throw away those prescription bottles just yet.
Aromatherapy doesn’t “cure” major illnesses but it is effective at alleviating many of the discomforts associated with them.

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What does the American Lung Association Say About Oxygen Party Bars?

The American Lung Association’s web site has the following comments about recreational Oxygen Party Bars.  “Inhaling oxygen recreationally is unlikely to have a beneficial physiological effect.”  “Oxygen at high levels can be toxic; however, there is no evidence that oxygen at the low flow levels used in bars can be dangerous to a normal person’s health.”

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What Are the Risks of Oxygen Therapy?

Oxygen by itself is dry and treatments in excess of 4 hours can dry ones lungs.  Most oxygen party bars humidify the oxygen by using aroma scented humidifiers when dispensing the oxygen.

 Oxygen at very high levels and over a long period of time can be toxic and very harmful to one’s health.  If one was to receive high levels of oxygen on a daily basis, ones lungs will adjust to the higher oxygen content and one can find themselves short of breath when they are don’t have oxygen.  This is similar to traveling to a higher elevation where a normal person will easily get winded until their lungs adjust to the lower oxygen levels.  For this reason we do not recommend daily use of recreational oxygen greater than 20 minutes a day. 

The reverse of this effect is why athletes train at high altitude and then compete at lower elevations when possible.  Some athletes sleep in an oxygen deprivation tents to increase the capacity of their lungs.  Their increased lung capacity enables them to absorb oxygen faster while competing and provide them with a competitive edge.

Some people are suffering from COPD and can easily become dependent upon excessive oxygen and lose their natural tendency to exhale their exhaust gases.  These people are generally on controlled medical oxygen and under a doctor’s care and they are aware of their delicate situation.  Ten minutes of recreational oxygen will probably not have much of an effect on them.

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What to Expect After Treatment?

While sitting at the Oxygen Party Bar, one may not notice any difference. However as one leaves the oxygen party bar they will notice they have more energy and less aches and pains than before the oxygen treatment.  If they had lactic acid buildup in the muscles, it will be greatly reduced and ones stamina will be noticeably increased.  One will be able to dance and party harder.

If one is drinking, they will have less of a tendency for a hangover the next day. Their blood alcohol level will probably not change much but they can expect an increased tolerance to alcohol and will be less likely to be clumsy and awkward.

 

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Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen therapy has many benefits and few risks for the average person. Generally it takes 3 to 5 minutes to oxygenate ones blood, but a 10 minute session is recommended.  If one is suffering from: headaches, hangover, migraine, stress, fatigue, cramps, jet lag, heat exhaustion, or minor aches and pains, oxygen can provide almost immediate relief.  On a longer term basis, oxygen flushes all the toxins and impurities out of one’s blood, preventing cancer from gaining a foothold.  Also, if one has minor sprains or injuries, oxygen can promote the healing of these injuries resulting in faster healing times.  Oxygen is also known to improve memory and concentration levels.

 

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What does Oxygen do for you?

  • Oxygen Is The Main Element Of Body Sanitation.
  • Gives You Relief From Hangover.
  • Relief from Headaches and Migraines.
  • Improved Memory and Concentration.
  • Provides Relief From Exhaustion.
  • Relieves Aches In Feet And Legs From Walking.
  • Provides Relief From Cramps.
  • Stimulates Alertness For Driving.
  • Provides Relief From Aprea And Asthma.
  • Fights And Prevents Cancer.
  • Increases Your Energy Level.
  • 90% Of You Energy Comes From Oxygen.
  • Reduces Stress And Calms One’s Nerves.
  • Reduces Mild Aches And Pains.
  • Provides Relief From Too Much Sun.
  • Relieves Temporary Altitude Discomfort.
  • Calms Mind And Stabilizes Nervous System.
  • Detoxifies Your Blood And Boost Immune System.
  • Oxygen Has Anti-aging Effects.
  • Strengthens Heart, Cleans The Blood And Reduces Your Chance For Heart Attack. 
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What Is Oxygen?

  • Oxygen Is A Clear, Odorless Gas That Can Easily Be Dissolved In Water.
  • Oxygen Is Essential For Life, Over 62% of The Earth’s Crust (by Mass) Is Made Up Of Oxygen.
  • Oxygen Makes Up Approximately 21% Of The Air We Normally Breathe.
  • Oxygen Is Absolutely Essential For Healthy Cells.
  • Oxygen Gives Life.
  • Oxygen Creates The Energy We Need To Survive And Thrive.
  • Oxygen Is Found In 65% Of The Elements Of Our Body, Including Blood, Organs, Tissues And Skin.
  • You Are Breathing Oxygen Right Now. But Where Does Oxygen Come From?
  • The Oxygen We Breathe Is Produced Mainly From Two Places. The Plankton in the Ocean and the New Growth in the Forests. The Sun’s Light Strikes the Plankton and Ground Plants, And When They’re Struck with Light They Produce O2, Oxygen.
  • This Is Why Oxygen Is Called The Spark Of Life.

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What does Oxygen do for us?

Nearly all Life is based on five basic elements — Oxygen, Nitrogen, Sulfur, Hydrogen and Carbon. The air we normally breathe today consists of approximately 21% oxygen, as well as, Nitrogen, Argon and other trace gasses. Unfortunately, our Earth’s atmosphere is changing due to pollution, burning of fossil fuels and overall destruction of the ozone layer. Based on ice-core samples and old amber samples, scientists believe that our atmosphere has changed from nearly 40% oxygen to today’s 19% to 21% Oxygen levels. Higher blood oxygen levels are believed to help us in many ways.  Buy a package now.

Oxygen enables our cells to regenerate, rebuild, and metabolize our food and water supply into energy (a car uses oxygen in a similar way). Every day we breathe 20,000 times and our blood carries the oxygen that fuels our body to produce energy and clean out waste and toxins. Oxygen makes up approximately 90% each water molecule in our body. And, water accounts for nearly 65-75% our body’s mass. Interestingly, our brain makes up only 2% of our total mass; however, it utilizes 20% of the body’s oxygen consumption. As we get older, our lung’s capacity to hold air volume is reduced.

Oxygen is clearly one of the most important elements for good health because it’s our primary source of energy. For example, try to hold your breath…eventually you will need to breath. It is estimated that approximately 85% to 90% of our energy comes from oxygen, while the remaining 10% to 15% comes from food and water. For this reason, you can live without food and water for much longer in duration than you can hold your breath!

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Provision of Oxygen Bar

Oxygen bar guests will pay about one U.S. dollar per minute to inhale an increased percentage of oxygen compared to the normal atmospheric content of 20.9% oxygen. This oxygen is produced from the ambient air by an industrial (non-medical) oxygen concentrator and inhaled through a nasal cannula from a few minutes to about 20 minutes.

The machines used by oxygen bars or oxygen vendors are different from the typical medical-issue machine, though customers use the cannula, the rubber tube apparatus that fits around the ears and inserts in the nostrils, to breathe in the oxygen. Customers can enhance their oxygen experience by using aromatherapy scents to be added to the oxygen, such as lavender or mint.

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History of Oxygen

In 1776, Thomas Henry, an apothecary and Fellow of the Royal Society of England speculated tongue in cheek that Joseph Priestley’s newly discovered dephlogisticated air (now called oxygen) might become “as fashionable as French wine at the fashionable taverns”. He did not expect, however, that tavern goers would “relish calling for a bottle of Air, instead of Claret”

Another early reference to the recreational use of oxygen is found in Jules Verne’s 1870 novel Around the Moon. In this work Verne states “Do you know, my friends, that a curious establishment might be founded with rooms of oxygen, where people whose system is weakened could for a few hours live a more active life. Fancy parties where the room was saturated with this heroic fluid, theaters where it should be kept at high pressure; what passion in the souls of the actors and spectators! What fire, what enthusiasm! And if, instead of an assembly only a whole people could be saturated, what activity in its functions, what a supplement to life it would derive. From an exhausted nation they might make a great and strong one, and I know more than one state in old Europe which ought to put itself under the regime of oxygen for the sake of its health!”

Modeled after the “air stations” in polluted downtown Tokyo and Beijing, the first official oxygen bar (the O2 Spa Bar) opened in Toronto, Canada, in 1996. The trend continued in North America and by the late 1990s bars were in use in New York, California, Florida, Las Vegas and the Rocky Mountain region. Customers in these bars breathe oxygen through a plastic hose inserted into their nostrils. Oxygen bars can now be found in many venues such as nightclubs, salons, spas, health clubs, resorts, tanning salons, restaurants, coffee houses, bars, airports, ski chalets, yoga studios, chiropractors, and casinos. They can also be found at trade shows, conventions and corporate meetings, as well as at private parties and promotional events

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