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You probably already know who is using Boost Oxygen, but why are they using it? Being that oxygen is the most powerful and potent driving force of life, it is no surprise that many are seeing the benefits. So, what is the benefit to athletes, seniors, and people of all ages and why are they using Boost Oxygen? Watch this video from Katie as she explains why people use Boost Oxygen.
Athletes and Oxygen
Oxygen is required to support optimal exercise performance. It can be used as an immediate fuel source for fatigued muscles. It is 100% legal for all sports, since it is just pure oxygen, with nothing else added to it.
As people age, they may struggle with occasional shortness of breath. Supplemental oxygen can help improve symptoms and increase comfort with breathing. Some choose to use oxygen during the winter months to support lung health, when more time is spent indoors.
Although supplemental oxygen does not replace oxygen prescribed by a physician for medical treatment, it can be a portable way to get additional oxygen temporarily. If you require regular oxygen treatment, ask your doctor if supplemental oxygen can be used to help occasionally.
Outdoor Lovers and Oxygen
For outdoor enthusiasts, particularly hiking or biking at high elevations, supplemental oxygen can help altitude acclimation and headaches commonly associated with lack of oxygen.
This is why supplemental oxygen is so popular in recreational places located at high elevations, like the Rocky Mountains, where activity paired with thinner air can lead to lack of oxygenation.
Poor Air Quality and Oxygen
In areas where air quality is threatened, or where poor air quality days occur frequently, supplemental oxygen can help.
People who live in places where wildfires are common and are exposed to smoke are breathing in less pure oxygen. In many areas, summer smog, excessive heat, and humidity in the air can make it difficult to breathe, and supplemental oxygen can help – especially among those with pre-existing respiratory issues.
Higher Altitudes and Oxygen
While the percentage of oxygen in the air is the same at high altitudes, the air is thinner and there are fewer oxygen molecules present. This can make people feel like they’re not breathing in as much air if they’re not used to spending much time at these elevations.
Supplemental air can provide a direct source of pure oxygen that can help counteract this feeling.