We have approximately 500 million Oxygen Receptors called Alveoli that’s how important it is to inhale enough oxygen.

We need to breathe correctly, breathe clean air and ensure the oxygen is delivered from our lungs to all our cells.
This is done by the way we breathe, the foods we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe and our environment. Failure to do this leads to fatigue and can lead to illness.

Oxygen is brought into the lungs via breathing, it is then captured by the alveoli and transferred into the blood where it is transported by red blood cells to the entire body to be used to produce energy called ATP. The oxygen is needed to burn the fuel [sugars and fatty acids] in our cells to produce this energy, this is called Aerobic Cellular Respiration and this type of respiration yields more ATP. When there is no oxygen present the cell switches to anaerobic cellular respiration and yields only two ATP molecules. Therefore if we can supply lots of oxygen to the cells we generate lots of energy.

We breathe approx 23,000 times per day

Ancient Yogis said you come into the world with a finite number of breaths. You can take them quickly and live a short lifespan or we can take them deeply and slowly and live a long life.

Oxygen and Health

“All chronic pain, suffering and diseases are caused by a lack of oxygen at the cell level”
Prof. A.C. Guyton MD, The Textbook of Medical Physiology

“Starved of Oxygen the body will become ill and if this persists it will die. I doubt there if there is an argument about that”
Dr. John Muntz Nutitional Scientist

“Cancer, above all other diseases, has countless secondary causes. But, even for cancer, there is only one prime cause. 
Summarized in a few words, the prime cause of cancer is the replacement of the respiration of oxygen in normal body cells by a fermentation of sugar.”
Dr. Otto Warburg Nobel Prizewinner 1931

“Oxygen plays a pivotal role in the proper functioning of the immune system,”
Dr. Parris M. Kidd, Ph.D., author of “Antioxidant Adaption”