The Best Time to Breathe Canned Oxygen?
Perhaps the question is, when isn’t it the best time to breathe canned oxygen? Any time is a good time for healthy people who use the product as directed…unless you’re flying in a commercial airplane. In that case it’s not a good time as, in the United States, flying with oxygen canisters is not permitted by TSA. But don’t despair. Oxygen Plus swiftly ships to your destination – which is perfect if you want to travel light and have your oxygen there when you land to help rebound from jet lag or to acclimatize to higher elevation. For the rest of us, in everyday applications, the best time to use O+ pure recreational oxygen is whenever you want a natural, extra boost of energy, alertness and recovery.
To go a little deeper, here are some of our favorite times to use canned oxygen from Oxygen Plus.
In the mornings…for similar reasons as caffeine – sans the crash
Mornings are an excellent time to inhale an oxygen boost, as O+ oxygen has a similar get-up-and-go effect as caffeine, sans the crash that is sure to follow with caffeine. Oxygen Plus offers oxygen in a can without any carbs or calories either, so you get a gentle morning jolt that can awakens your mind and helps get your day started.
In the afternoon for a midday pick-me-up
So, you didn’t take our last piece of advice and had your morning coffee instead of a few deep breaths of oxygen from Oxygen Plus. That’s okay. But here comes the midday slump. Now is your second chance put our recommendation to the test and inhale O+ pure recreational oxygen. At the first sign of fatigue, or if you’re inhaling stale office air, pull out your O+ oxygen, breathe in three to five deep breaths (or as much as you need) to refresh and revitalize your mind and body. Breathing Oxygen Plus can help you power through the rest of the work or school day, keeping brain fog and mental sluggishness at bay, and without any side effects.
During a workout, when training or playing a sport
When you’re working up a sweat, you’re breathing deeply and quickly as your body strives to get more oxygen to help you perform. Now is a great time to take a few hits of O+ canned oxygen. Breathing one breath of Oxygen Plus provides the same efficacy – or benefits to your mind and body – as breathing four deep breaths of regular (ambient), unpolluted air. That’s why Oxygen Plus helps your mind and body – quickly and on-demand – helping athletes go further by improving performance, enhancing endurance, and decreasing recovery time when the product is breathed before, after or during vigorous exercise.
As the pioneers and leaders of recreational oxygen, Oxygen Plus products are available in various sizes of great value. So, breathe away, friend. Breathe away and give your mind and body the oxygen, energy and recovery it wants to get through your workout.
Anytime during the day when you’re feeling sluggish
Any time you feel sluggish or mentally or physically drained could be an ideal time to take a deep breath of Oxygen Plus. Of course, you may need a nap, a meal or better nutrition…and if that’s the case, go take care of yourself! There may be the times throughout the day you feel zapped because activity, or inactivity, has lowered your body’s oxygen levels. Working too hard and stale or polluted air are some of the culprits. In these situations, O+ recreational oxygen can help revitalize your mind and empower your body by restoring your body’s depleted oxygen levels to normal healthy levels. And unlike other energy supplements or shots, Oxygen Plus is a natural, side effect-free alternative. So, take a few hits of O+ oxygen to keep sluggish feelings at bay and feel like your best you again!
When you’re feeling bogged down from pollution or stale air
Have you ever walked through a major metropolitan city with a white umbrella? Try it out if you’d like…but it won’t be white at the end of the day. Unfortunately, our world is experiencing alarmingly high pollution rates across the globe. One reason this is concerning is because air quality plays a vital role in your overall health. The worse the air, the worse you feel. In China, where the air quality is known to be poor, the government has disclosed that the average life expectancy rate is five and a half years less than it would be without their air quality crisis (CNN: Riley). Clearly, breathing in all those pollutants can’t be good for your health. So, when you’re traveling to a city with poor air quality or witnessing or feeling the negative effects of pollution or stale air, be certain to breathe your O+ oxygen to help diminish your exposure to polluted air.
Before bed when you are eager to get a good night’s rest
Taking a few deep breaths of Oxygen Plus at night can be just as important as every other step in your bedtime routine. Studies have found that supplemental oxygen can help promote a better-quality sleep, which results in a more restorative sleep (University of California San Francisco). While not a medical nor life saving product but rather part of your healthy, active lifestyle, the act of breathing your O+ at night is a simple way to relax – and breathe – before you hit the sheets. So, take a few hits, catch up on your zzz’s, and wake up feeling alert and revitalized, and repeat!
As a healthy person, using the product as directed, can’t have too much O+ oxygen, there really isn’t a time that is not great for pure, quality O+ oxygen. So, grab your 12-pack of Oxygen Plus's O+ Mini and get ready to conquer every part of the day feeling more restored, revitalized, and alive!
*O+ is safe and there are no side effects for healthy people using the product as directed. Oxygen Plus (O+) products are intended for recreational, intermittent use only, not to be used as medical nor life-saving products. Prolonged use is defined as uninterrupted intake for more than 8 hours. Any person with any type of health or medical condition should consult their physician prior to use of O+ products. Since O+ is not a medical product or intended for medical use, it is neither regulated nor approved by the FDA.
Riley, “Air Pollution Cuts Life Expectancy By 5.5 Years in China.” Money. CNN. 9 July 2013. Web. 14 Aug. 2006
“The Need For Supplemental Oxygen.” Education. University of California San Francisco. Web. 14 Aug. 20016