Why we need oxygen?

Most diseases start from hypoxia. In our country, more than half of middle-aged and elderly people, pregnant women, and students have symptoms of hypoxia; 70% of office workers are in a sub-health state, and most sub-health is essentially hypoxia.

Why we need oxygen?

What are the benefits of oxygen inhalation?

# The elderly inhale oxygen:

Resistant to disease, slow aging and longevity. In old age, physiological functions deteriorate, and various tissues (especially the brain and myocardium) are insufficiently supplied with blood and oxygen. The elderly take oxygen 3 times a day for 30 minutes each, which can actively prevent the three hidden dangers: stroke, asthma, high blood pressure, disease resistance and aging, prolong life and improve the quality of life.

# Patients inhale oxygen:

The home treatment of bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, angina, breathing, heart failure and other diseases can significantly increase blood oxygen saturation, alleviate the suffering of patients, and save expensive medical expenses. Regular oxygen inhalation for middle-aged and elderly people can prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and benefit health and longevity.

# Students inhale oxygen:

Over long hours of study, lack of necessary rest and entertainment, and nervousness about exams, many students suffer from “examination syndrome”, which manifests as mental fatigue, memory loss, slow response, inattention, and reduced learning efficiency Waiting for the phenomenon, insist on inhaling oxygen for a few minutes every day, it can be significantly improved.

# Pregnant women inhale oxygen:

Regular oxygen inhalation during pregnancy can increase the oxygen content of the arterial blood of the pregnant woman, which is beneficial to improving the physical function of the pregnant woman and the growth and development of the fetus. Both adults and children benefit. Pregnant women take oxygen 3 times a day for 30 minutes each time to increase blood oxygen concentration, which is brought to the fetus through placental blood, which is beneficial to the health of the mother, and the fetus develops better and smarter.

# The white collar workers inhale oxygen:

Under the tense work rhythm, symptoms such as fatigue, dizziness, irritability, shortness of breath, and loss of appetite are prone to occur. Medical experts call this “office syndrome.” Inhaling oxygen for 3 to 5 minutes a day can relieve nervous tension and mood irritability and other sub-health conditions.

Rokon oxygen concentrator uses environmentally friendly medical-grade materials

Temperature, pressure, and hypoxia fault alarm prompts, easy maintenance

Continuous oxygen supply for 24 hours a day and 365 days

Outlet pressure matches with the ventilator pressure. 


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