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One of the best ways to  TO  MAINTAIN OXYGEN LEVELS IN BLOOD is to learn some practical ways of doing it. Many of us do not get ENOUGH OXYGEN TO OUR LUNGS and blood .and in order for us to get enough oxygen to our lungs and blood, all you need to do is to learn deep breathing and to remember to do it daily.
 First  is to lie flat on ones back and place your hand on your stomach .As you breathe in deeply your hand should rise. this exercise should be practiced until your abdominal muscles automatically rise each time you breath. This indicates that the entire lung is expanding with emphasis on the lower part of the lungs and abdominal area
Be outdoors as much as possible .Always exercise outdoors .In the home it is important to secure thorough ventilation and plenty of sunlight. Keep proper ventilation in mind wherever you are(home ,work, school)Air must be in constant circulation to be kept free from poisons.
breath fresh air while sleeping ,open the windows even on cold winter nights double the blankets but always keep a window open. Air the bedrooms daily with the windows open. When you sleep in an ill ventilated room you will awake feeling feverish and exhausted. This is because the vital air was excluded and your entire body suffers in consequence
Do not smoke tobacco and avoid second hand smoke too Remember your skin also breathes
It is best to wear natural material on every thing that touches the body so that it can breathe without impediments .Avoid smog  and all chemicals ,cleaning solutions, solvents paint removers and insect sprays
The best air is at beaches ,oceans, waterfalls  forest .all these natural environments electrically charge oxygen molecules to negative ions which are health giving. However air from air conditioners  is not the best because it is positively ionized


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