RECOVERY

RECOVERY

HANGOVER REMEDY

Once consumed, alcohol can stay in your blood for several hours.  This is why, the morning after a night on the town, you might wake feeling as though you have the mother of all headaches and a hefty dose of nausea to match.

When it comes to a remedy, there are many products and urban legends which are said to alleviate the dreaded hangover, but those with access to supplemental oxygen, whether it be a nurse, welder or pilot, have experienced its benefits when used during or after a night of drinking. Boost Oxygen gives the general public immediate access to oxygen during the party, before sleep, and for the morning after.

FACT:  Alcohol Consumption lowers the levels of Oxygen in the Body.  If you don’t believe this, try going for a run after having a few drinks.

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No Hangover Headache

“It’s not that I’m a big drinker, but I do get mild headaches after a glass or two. My friend turned me onto Boost Oxygen and now I can have a margarita like a normal person without the worry of paying for it later.”   Jessica T.

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Feel So Much Better the Day After

“What stays in Vegas may be true for everything but a hangover. After using Boost Oxygen the day after a night out, I felt so much better.”   V.C.

As researchers spend more time looking at brain chemistry and what actually improves cognitive function, they have stumbled upon one of the major elements that the brain needs: oxygen.

Oxygen therapy is one of the most recent hangover remedies. You may not have heard of it before, but it’s growing in popularity as more and more people are turning to oxygen for a rapid hangover recovery method.

FATIGUE

Fatigue can disrupt the quality of your life, but you don’t have to let it. According to the National Institute for Health (NIH), “Oxygen therapy helps many people function better and be more active. It also may help decrease shortness of breath and fatigue (tiredness).”

Supplemental oxygen can infuse tissues, restoring what has been depleted through exhaustion. It also combats stress – a common contributor to fatigue (stress can cause a decrease in the ability to absorb oxygen into the blood, resulting in diminished oxygen to the tissues, which culminates in muscle fatigue).

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My Natural Pick-Me-Up

“I need my sleep (I’m 81)…. After lunch, I often get sleepy and take a nap. I decided to try Oxygen Boost, and it was dramatic how fast I felt alert. It lasted quite a while…. It seems to wake me up!”  M.J.N.

STRESS

Health care practitioners find themselves addressing the ravages of stress on the body ranging from increased heart rate to anxiety, high blood pressure, muscle tension, even obesity and insomnia.  According to the American Institute of Stress (AIS), the act of “focused breathing” is by far the best way to combat stress.  A few deep inhalations can “jumpstart” your focused breathing by getting you to slow down and concentrate on breath intake.

Known to relax muscles, reduce stress, enhance mental acuity and boost energy. It’s also been equated with appetite suppression.

Known to speed up recovery, minimize muscle pain, enhance mental alertness, treat indigestion, respiratory problems, headache, fever and pain.

Known to relieve headaches / nausea, reduce muscle pain and as an anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic in nature.