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USES OF "OXYGEN"(SECOND HABIT)

You will be amazed at the many uses of oxygen.The first thing we all do when we are born is to BREATHE IN AIR. Man may live  5-6 weeks  without food, a few days without water, only a few minutes without air. Our bodies most important nutritional requirement is oxygen. The cells of life in the body cannot be maintained without an abundance of oxygen in the body.
THE WAY WE BREATHE IN AIR CAN
SUBSTANCIALLY AFFECT HOW WE LOOK ,FEEL,RESIST DISEASE AND EVEN HOW LONG WE LIVE.
In order to have good blood, we must breathe well. Full deep Breathing in of pure air , fill the lungs with oxygen, purify the blood, sending it  a life -giving current to every part of the body. Good breathing exercises sooths the nerves, stimulates the appetite ,renders digestion more perfect and induces sound refreshing sleep.
when did you last pause in your busy schedule to take in a deep breathe for several minutes. I can bet that most people don't even remember to do that. But its not too late , it is a habit that you can begin today. As a matter of fact. some diseases can be cured through proper deep breathing exercises , for example, the most successful cure for tuberculosis of the lungs requires an unusual large amount of fresh air for the patient day and

night my next post I will discourse how your posture can affect your air intake. BUT ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT GOOD HEALT IS A CONTINOUS HABIT NOT AN EVENT.

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