How to Increase Blood Oxygen Level
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Low blood oxygen, or hypoxemia, is common with some diseases or medical conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Covid, flu, pneumonia, sleep apnea, and asthma. But did you know that your blood may not be getting enough oxygen for other reasons, even if you’re not sick? Poor posture and breathing shallowly, poor room ventilation, a poor diet, and even dehydration can also reduce the amount of oxygen in your blood.
What can you do about low blood oxygen?
Want to increase your oxygen levels quickly? Try this!
Please seek advice from your physician before doing this or any other form of exercise or physical exertion.2
Note: You may have seen “oxygen supplements” advertised which claim to improve blood oxygen levels. Be cautious before paying for “liquid oxygen” or “oxygen drops.” These products are typically added to water to be drunk, but it’s important to realize that oxygen is absorbed through the lungs, not the stomach. Though such products may be promoted by testimonials, research does not support their claims.
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