Take a breath of life

Illnesses, stress, age, behaviors and other environmental factors can cause oxygen deficiency disorders, which in return can affect the health conditions of people.

Science tells us that no higher life forms can exist without oxygen. This demonstrates the crucial significance of a continuous supply of the “elixir of life”, oxygen, for all higher organisms.

Adequate availability of oxygen is the prerequisite for all metabolic processes associated with the production of energy, a highly‐complex process that only developed later on in the evolutionary process because of changing environmental conditions (oxygen revolution).

With cellular respiration there would be a constant and adequate flow of external air into the mitochondria under all circumstances and result in optimizing corresponding functions and structures and their protection:

Effective use of oxygen in the body

Accordingly, throughout the history of mankind there has been no shortage of ideas of how to improve (increase) oxygen status. So far traditional medicine and a large proportion of the related research and science have focused primarily upon developing methods and/or preparations to increase the supply of oxygen from the inhaled air to the individual cells.

However, “only some” of it is converted into energy and a significant proportion is exhaled again “unused” (so it is inefficient), it is all the more surprising that so far the question as to how the existing oxygen could be used more efficiently has rarely been considered. Even if initially the biological knowledge about the oxygen pathway through the body was not fully understood, accurate recommendations were developed for a healthy lifestyle (nutrition, physical fitness, and harmonization).

Airnergy Breathing – feel the effects for yourself

Airnergy therapy facilitates oxygen being transport into the lungs with the atmospheric air, transfer into the lung capillaries and into the erythrocytes, binding to haemoglobin in the latter, transport with the circulation into the periphery to all cells of the organism, detachment from haemoglobin, diffusion through the walls of the erythrocytes and vessels into the intercellular matrix, uptake into the individual cells, transfer into the mitochondria and there a regulated reaction with hydrogen ions for the controlled release of energy.