Oxygen and Health
Oxygen is essential to all bodily functions. More than 90% of the energy that our body requires for optimal function can only be generated from the food we eat through the use of cellular oxygen. The body can only survive a few minutes without oxygen.
Chronic hypoxia and long COVID
Chronic hypoxia is a condition that develops when the body does not get enough oxygen over a period of time. This can lead to certain deleterious health problems, including heart disease and cognitive impairment. Long COVID is when COVID-19 causes symptoms that last for weeks or months. It is not related to the severity of COVID-19 infections. People who were not hospitalized or had mild illness during COVID infection, may experience long COVID symptoms and these symptoms may come and go over time.
In this article, we will discuss chronic hypoxia in long COVID, as well as the symptoms of long COVID and how we can cope with hypoxia.
What is cluster headache?
Cluster headaches are a type of headache that is characterized by intense pain, often on one side of the head. They are typically episodic, meaning they occur in periods or cycles, and can be triggered by a variety of factors especially tissue hypoxia.
There is no cure for cluster headaches, but oxygen therapy is used by doctors to manage the pain and reduce frequency of recurring episodes.
Find out natural ways to reduce sufferings from cluster headache attacks.
Ways our body uses oxygen
Most people know that Oxygen is essential for human life, but what many don't know is the multitude of benefits Oxygen provides. From keeping you alert and focused to fighting off infection, Oxygen is a powerhouse nutrient that your body needs for optimal performance. In this blog post, we'll take a closer look at the benefits of Oxygen and how you can make sure you're getting enough of it.
The connection between oxygen and diabetes
The lack of Oxygen, or hypoxia, would appear very far removed from any connections with diabetes mellitus – a condition of abnormal glucose metabolism. In this blog post, we will share some of the findings by medical scientists on the close connection between hypoxia and diabetes.