What is oxygen therapy?

Oxygen therapy refers to supplemental oxygen given to people who can benefit from an increase in oxygen they breathe, which will increase the oxygen content of their blood.

Oxygen is vital for metabolic processes in cells and therefore the function of tissues within the body. The atmospheric content of oxygen within room air is only 21%. Although this amount is adequate for healthy individuals, those with certain diseases can benefit from an increased oxygen fraction in the gas they breathe, which will increase the oxygen content of their blood.

benefits of oxygen therapy

Oxygen therapy can be extremely beneficial regardless of the reason. Utilizing oxygen therapy can allow people to be more active and mobile . It also can significantly improve quality of life, and in many cases extend life expectancy.

Oxygen therapy can also reduce symptoms such as:

Reducing Stress
Increasing Energy and Alertness
Lessening The Effects of Hangovers
Headaches and Sinus problems
Relaxing the Body
Improves Focus & Concentration

Oxygen Therapy and Its
Effect on Memory Problems

Oxygen has been proven in studies to support improved memory retention and better concentration. This is due to its ability to boost blood flow to the brain and improve neurotransmitter production.

Oxygen Therapy and Its Effect on Jet Lag.

  • Extreme tiredness.
  • Insomnia
  • Stomach upsets
  • Aches and pains
  • Disorientation

Jet lag does not have to spoil the beginning or end of your trip. With a little preparation, and a stop at the airport’s Oxygen bar, you can decrease the negative effects of flying.

Lessens the effects of hangovers to help you get back on track


Oxygen therapy can serve to relax your body and mind and make them more responsive to sleeping. This intensely relaxed state is not only a harbinger to sleeping, but it also will have a positive effect on enabling you stay asleep and have a peaceful night.