Oxygen- EWOT- Breathing

Oxygen- EWOT- Breathing

The air we breathe is about 21% Oxygen but with EWOT you can breath 93% to 96% pure oxygen during your exercise session in order to increase the amount of oxygen in your blood plasma.  

The potential benefits of EWOT are literally limitless, but they are based on the three primary aspects: The capability of EWOT to promote Oxygen Circulation, reinstate the Blood Flow and boost ATP synthesis. These major benefits exert influence on the overall health. Your body utilizes quite a significant amount of oxygen during exercise or physical activities and calls for rapid restoration. As a result, heart rate and breathing rate rise to carry more oxygen to the muscles and adjacent tissues. 

The potential of your body to absorb oxygen becomes impeded if you suffer from a respiratory condition such as COPD. Furthermore, if you are affected with coexistent heart issues like congestive heart failure or atrial fibrillation, it takes a consequential toll on your heart to pump harder to obtain adequate oxygen during exercise.

Improves Oxygen Circulation

EWOT transports oxygen into the blood vessels. This indicates the increase in the flow of Oxygen into arteries, veins and even to the capillaries that link arteries to veins. Improvement in the oxygen circulation results in the smooth processing of numerous day-to-day biochemical activities undergone by the cells as they are receiving enough oxygen.

Reinstates Blood Flow

As oxygen circulation in the body improves, the oxygenated blood has the capability to transport O2 to the tissues, blood vessels and organs for the proper functioning of physiological processes. Restoring the oxygenated blood circulation plays an important role in remedying vasoconstriction, the narrowing of the blood vessels.

Boosts ATP Synthesis

EWOT permits every cell to receive an adequate O2 level. This enhances the production of Adenosine Tri-Phosphate (ATP), which serves as an energy-carrying molecule. Blood cells separate when ATP levels rise, allowing them to absorb more oxygen because they are no longer stuck together. Low ATP can lead to delayed healing process.


While exercise is beneficial to overall health, there is a conundrum: How can you attain satisfactory levels of exercise without aggravating existing heart or pulmonary conditions?

The solution is strikingly simple - Exercise With Oxygen Therapy (EWOT) aka Oxygen Enhanced Exercise (O2E2).