Heal Yourself At Home
EXERCISE Air (Oxygen) - For Health

How to improve oxygen presence in the body

Breathe fresh, clean air

Bring Fresh Air into your home or workplace.   Turn off the air conditioning or heat and open the windows!

Install an ozone / negative ion air purifier system.  Oxygenates/ purifies the air.

Spend time outdoors, visit the ocean, mountains and countryside.    All contain high level of beneficial negative oxygen ions, useable by the body for energy.

Negative Oxygen Ion Therapy


Detoxify the body

"Dirty" blood cannot efficiently carry oxygen.    This is most effectively achieved using electrotherapy (E.g. ozone therapy, RIFE RESONANCE therapy, Beck Protocol), Chlorine Dioxide Therapy (Using MMS),or hydrogen peroxide therapy. As an additional benefit, the bioxidative therapies (Ozone, hydrogen peroxide, chlorine dioxide) increase oxygen release from red blood cells and improve immune system function

Bio-oxidative Therapy - A Paradox

Oxygen supplementation

Oxygen breathing apparatus can be applied using facial mask.  2 to 3 drops of essential oils can be added to humidifier bottle to deal with specific problems.

Oxygen products (so-called).  E.g. Stabilized oxygen products, such as Oxymune, Oxy-Water, etc.  Rather than providing any significant amount of usable oxygen, these products release VERY SMALL AMOUNTS of the pathogenic-destroying oxidant chlorine dioxide (ClO2) from a solution of sodium chlorite (NaCLO2). However, the oxidant chlorine dioxide can be obtained in SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS from the Master Mineral Supplement (MMS) in sufficient quantity to not only deal with pathogens and toxins, but also to increase oxygen release from red blood cells for delivery throughout the body.

Chlorine Dioxide Therapy (Using MMS)

Hyperbaric Oxygen.    High-pressure oxygen is delivered to the body in a hyperbaric chamber


Deep Breathing Exercises

Use the diaphragm, filling the lungs from the bottom to the top. Also exhale completely.   The average pair of lungs can expand to a volume of ~ 5,000 cc, yet most of us normally use less than a third of this capacity. Breathing is an involuntary bodily function, but it can also be consciously controlled with good breathing habits. Is your breathing slow and deep, or quick and shallow? Is your belly expanding and contracting, or is your chest doing all the work? When you inhale from the belly by expanding your diaphragm, more air is drawn into the lowest portion of your lungs where much of the oxygen absorption takes place. Belly breathing requires less muscular energy and taking fewer breaths than chest breathing.

Try this exercise to improve your lung capacity:

Breathe in 4 counts, Hold 12counts, Breathe out 8counts

(repeat 10 times 2-3 times per day)


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