Millions around the world practice Yoga on a daily or weekly basis for balance, flexibility, core strength, focus and relaxation. Water is one of the essential items for hydration and recovery during a Yoga class, but we’d like to educate you why supplemental oxygen should also be a part of your Yoga routine as well.
Bring water – but you should also bring supplemental oxygen
There are three essentials for everyone for a Yoga class: your mat, a towel and water. But you should consider adding a canister of Boost Oxygen. Oxygenation for your body is just as important as hydration during exercise, a workout or sports. Focus, breathing and recovery are essential as you continue to practice and improve. Just as water keeps you hydrated and refreshed during a Yoga class, supplemental oxygen can also help you before, during and after your session.
Supplemental oxygen for focus before your session
For many who practice Yoga, the hardest part can be the beginning of each session as you might be coming from work or a family function and your mind (and focus) might be elsewhere. If you’ve taken Yoga, you know focus is important for balance for your poses and positions. Without it, you struggle early in class to hold your balance until you regain focus. If you have the same focus issues at the start of your class, take a few minutes to use supplemental Oxygen like Boost Oxygen. Your body uses oxygen to help improve mental acuity, and the air we breathe contains around 21% Oxygen – the majority is useless 78% nitrogen. Oxygen levels can also be less at higher altitudes. Boost Oxygen is 95% pure supplemental oxygen in portable and convenient canisters. It not only helps you with focus before class, but helps you begin a proper breathing routine before your session.
Supplemental oxygen for breathing and relaxation during your session
At its core Yoga is about breathing, balance and relaxation. You need proper focus to improve on all three during class. When you take a minute to pause between each pose or position, water for hydration is important. But supplemental oxygen can also help you “reset” to maintain a proper breathing technique. If you’ve taken Yoga, you know you can feel anxious or overwhelmed when trying to hold a position or pose. You can experience dizziness. Your heart starts to race. Breathing and relaxation is key to overcoming these feelings and maintaining focus and balance. Providing your lungs and blood cells with the proper oxygen they need to keep your mind focused and your body energized is just as important as water during your Yoga session. Boost Oxygen comes in portable canisters (the same size as your water bottle) and can be placed near your mat along with your water for a quick recovery combo when you pause between positions.
Supplemental oxygen for recovery after your session
After an intense Yoga session (and depending on your age) your body will probably feel the effects for a day or so. As Yoga studios reopen and you return to class, those who’ve paused their routine for a few months will certainly feel those aches and pains again. You can help the recovery process with supplemental oxygen! The reason why your body needs so much oxygen is to power your blood cells to maintain, repair and restore your organs, tissues and muscles. Your blood cells use oxygen to break down the food in your stomach to create nutrients, which in turn power your body. Your body also uses that oxygen to restore (or create) an estimated SEVEN BILLION new blood cells on a daily basis.
Without proper oxygen intake, your blood cells don’t get the oxygen they need to maintain, restore and energize your body. When you are oxygen deficient you can begin to feel tired or lethargic. Your immune system can weaken, and you can begin to feel sick. You can also experience shortness of breath, headaches and dizziness. Supplemental oxygen like Boost Oxygen can help provide your body with 95% pure supplemental oxygen for faster recovery, both immediately after class and the days following as you prepare for your next session. Related Video: Oxygen’s Role In The Human Body
So, as you get ready to re-join your Yoga class, bring your mat, towel and bottled water – and now you know why you should also bring a canister of Boost Oxygen!