The Benefits of Oxygen
The three basic nutrients without which planet earth could not exist as a home for living things are light, water, and oxygen. Everybody knows that walking in fresh air does you good. It promotes the capacity of thinking and improved efficiency. A deep breath raises our energy levels within a short time. Even after physical exercises we feel more active and fresh although a lot of energy has been used up.
One major reason for aging is the failure of enzymatic systems that are responsible for our body’s uptake and utilization of oxygen. When our cells don’t get enough oxygen, they degenerate and die. Lack of mobility, infections and toxins make our oxygen status worse and this worsening produces illness. This degeneration is connected with a noticeable reduction of physical and mental powers, especially in old age.
Lack of oxygen causes a critical decrease of the cardiac output; less oxygen is transported through the body. For example, the oxygen supply of 80 year old person can go down as far as 66% of the maximum amount. Human beings can take a lot of punishment, mentally and physically, so these frequent drops in our ability to utilize oxygen efficiently are not going to kill anyone immediately. But each level of oxygen deprivation takes its toll, and if a few cells die here and there due to constant external (or internal) stress, it begins to add up. The end result is due to premature aging. So if a simple system can be used that constantly provides the body with additional oxygen, these stress factors can be, to a certain extent, neutralized. With EWOT that system is easily available. EWOT (pronounced ee-watt) stands for Exercises With Oxygen Therapy. This method of prolonging your life is so simple that it’s hard to believe it could work, but it does.
Exercise with Oxygen Therapy (EWOT)
EWOT was invented by Manfred von Ardenne, physicist, researcher and inventor, state award winner of the USSR, national award winner of the GDR… Von Ardenne was one of the pioneers of the television, developing the broadband amplifier and the electron ray tube in its modern form. At the Radio Exhibition of 1931 Ardenne presented the first worldwide television set. Professor Von Ardenne was also the inventor of the raster electron microscope. Later in life, he turned to medicine, and developed two classic EWOT techniques (‘Oxygen Multi-step Therapy’ and ‘Systemic Cancer Multi-Step Therapy.’)
Von Ardenne found that stress of any type can cause a decrease in the ability to absorb oxygen into the blood, which can result in decreased oxygen to the tissues. EWOT can help reverse this by increasing the amount of oxygen in the blood and plasma, and also in the tissues. This increased level of tissue oxygen has several beneficial effects. It has been used successfully for a multitude of conditions, including:
• Heart failure
• Cardiomegaly (enlarged heart)
• High blood pressure
• Wellness and anti-aging
• Stress of all types
How and Why EWOT Works
Exercising while breathing oxygen dramatically increases the amount of oxygen in the blood plasma (the portion of the blood outside the red and white cells). The oxygen content of plasma fluid can be dramatically increased and oxygen pushed into the body’s cells without the aid of the red cells. It’s called the Law of Mass Action. If the concentration of a certain component in a chemical mixture is high enough, the chemical combining will take place with other elements of the mixture that ordinarily wouldn’t happen.
After 15 minutes of EWOT, there is a dramatic ‘pinking up’ of a patient’s skin. This can be seen easily by simple observation, and illustrates that the tiny capillaries (vessels tinier than a strand of hair) are carrying extra oxygen to cells in the body. Presumably every organ is being bathed in these extra amounts of life-sustaining oxygen.
EWOT technique is very simple to employ. You should wear light, comfortable clothing with EWOT. Your doctor will first determine your level of physical fitness. If you are quite fit, you might begin by exercising on an upper body ergometer (UBE) which is like a bicycle for the arms, or on an elliptical exerciser for 15 minutes while breathing oxygen from an oxygen concentrator. If you are less conditioned, you may have to work up to using the UBE or elliptical exerciser, very often by beginning EWOT with vibration instead. Before and after treatment we will monitor your heart rate, oxygen concentration, and blood pressure. For the prescribed period of time, you simply perform your exercise, all the while breathing in 90-95% oxygen from an oxygen concentrator.
After EWOT, you’ll find yourself invigorated, renewed, and clear-headed. EWOT can be used therapeutically via multiple sessions over a short period of time for acute therapy, or employed periodically over a longer period of time to treat chronic stress, injury or illness.