As we all know, oxygen is used to
rescue patients and treat diseases in hyperbaric chambers. However,
research findings have shown that as many as 78 per cent of 'healthy'
people can suffer oxygen deficit, also called anoxia or
hypoxia. This explains why oxygen therapy has become so
popular. In the United States, for example, oxygen 'bars' can be
found in CBDs, malls and clubs, some combining oxygen therapy with
An element of utmost
importance to life
Oxygen is essential to life. We can
survive five to seven days without food and three to five days
without water, but without oxygen we can barely last for 10 minutes.
Why is oxygen so important? Our
metabolism needs it to process food in order to make new cells and
provide us with energy. Without oxygen, the metabolic process stops
and cells die, causing immediate organ failure.
You may wonder how oxygen deficit can
happen in a normal living environment. The reason lies in internal
Internal oxygen deficit
External oxygen deficit refers to lack
of oxygen due to environmental factors such as highlands with low
oxygen concentration or an enclosed place short of oxygen.
Internal oxygen deficit is caused by
our own physical condition. The following groups may fall victim to
internal oxygen deficit:
People with cardiovascular
diseases whose heart or blood vessels have undergone changes such as
stiffening and thickening;
Diabetics, with vessel stiffening
People with respiratory diseases
such as acute or chronic bronchitis, asthma etc;
People over 65 with weak or
People working or studying for
more than 12 hours a day with high cerebral oxygen consumption; and
Chronic oxygen deficit will result in a
lack of oxygen in the organs and tissues of the body, thus quickening
the aging process and causing life-threatening diseases such as heart
attacks or strokes.
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