Oxygen content of blood

Did you know that we breathe in and out about 25,000 times a day in order to supply the body with oxygen?

A large part of the inhaled air, which contains about 21% oxygen, but especially nitrogen, is absorbed via the blood. The protein haemoglobin in the red blood cells (erythrocytes) acts as a "carrier material". On the way back, hemoglobin ensures the removal of carbon dioxide (CO2), which is exhaled via the lungs.

Lack of oxygen in the blood (hypoxemia)

The normal range of oxygen saturation of the blood is between 94% and 98%; a lower value is called oxygen deficiency in the blood. This can manifest itself as weakness, dizziness and general malaise.

Depending on the duration of the condition, respiration and pulse are accelerated. Even at low levels of exertion, sufferers may experience shortness of breath, chest pain, trembling, sweating, alternating sensations of heat and cold, altered perception and even unconsciousness.

A lack of oxygen in the blood can have many causes, such as a reduced oxygen content in the ambient air, anaemia, COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) or other lung diseases and cardiovascular diseases as well.

By using the BIONIC© Ionizer you can increase the oxygen content of your blood in a very simple way!

How come we are so convinced? About 5'000 scientific studies, which have been carried out since the 60's, provide the basis for our statements.

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