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Hypoxia Is Lack Of Oxygen In Tissue

Our bodies need oxygen as much as fish need water and there’s a medical term for a lack of oxygen called hypoxia.


It seems that any degenerative disease will have at its root cause a lack of oxygen in the body. All human cells need oxygen to survive and they need constant replenishment.

A lack of oxygen in the body results in fatigue and the simplest way to see that is in an athlete breathing fast to suck in as much as possible and a heart that pumps faster to distribute it.


Oxygen can also be introduced into the digestive system where it is just as important. Most of our hydrogen and oxygen gets there in the form of water but any digestive problem can be a sign that there is a deficiency of this essential element.


The clues that may tell you there is a lack of oxygen are common problems to do with digestion such as bloating, diarrhoea and constipation. The next stages include unusual tiredness and headaches.


Many people have been impressed with the supplement called Oxygen Elements although if this doesn’t work for you there are a number of alternative options.

With all these oxygen based products one of the good side effects is that they mostly have the ability to help clean the colon.



Food moves from the stomach to the small intestine and with the aid of various enzymes and bacteria it converts to nutrients with some little waste.


The process is controlled by tiny movements all the way along this route to the point where you can eat standing on your head and it will still pass through in the same amount of time.


But there can be bits of waste that get stuck to the lining of the intestines or are just moving a little more sluggishly. Often this has to do with a poor diet and lack of life’s natural gut cleaner; roughage.


An introduction of oxygen has the ability to loosen any minor block and keep the lining of the intestines cleaner.