We read in the beginning of this course that there is one cause or characteristic of cancer that all of the other causes feed, and that is hypoxia, oxygen starvation, which forces cells to ferment and become cancerous,
There are many causes of low oxygen delivery to the cells and many methods to prevent hypoxia. We can carpet bomb our bodies with oxygen to treat cancer, and even use carbon dioxide medicine properly to insure our cells get the oxygen into the mitochondria, where it is most needed.
The British Lung Foundation says, “Breathing in air with a higher concentration of oxygen can be used to correct a low oxygen level in the blood. If you feel breathless and tired, particularly when moving around, you may have low blood oxygen levels.” Oxygen, a gas found in the air we breathe, is necessary for human life. Some people with breathing disorders cannot get enough oxygen naturally. They may need supplemental oxygen, or oxygen therapy. People who receive oxygen therapy often see improved energy levels, improved sleep, and an overall better quality of life.
In the section on hydrogen we learned to combine oxygen with hydrogen but this section will introduce exercise with oxygen therapy (EWOT), a technique that allows us to ram oxygen into the cells and deep into tumors. We should also remember that magnesium, iodine, bicarbonate and sulfur will add to the effectiveness of all oxygen therapies as will detoxification and chelation protocols that remove toxins.
Within the past several years, scientists have found that oxygen (O2) in the atmosphere has been dropping, and at higher rates than just the amount that goes into the increase of CO2 from burning fossil fuels, some 2 to 4-times as much, and accelerating since 2002-2003. Simultaneously, oxygen levels in the world’s oceans have also been falling.
Oxygen therapies are becoming more important than ever before. Ambulance crews have often regarded oxygen as something approaching a wonder drug. Oxygen has always been a lifesaving drug and now doctors and patients can do much more lifesaving because they will be able to give much more oxygen in a safe way. It needs to be noted that oxygen is toxic and not always safe yet always necessary.
Nurses supply and administer oxygen to patients daily. Oxygen is a serious drug, if you are in the medical profession. It is also serious nutrition for our cells, which our life depends on a moment-to-moment basis. Medical professors tell their students that oxygen is a drug because you need a physician’s order to give it to a patient. Whether or not it is an actual drug, you are still required to treat it as such in hospitals.
The FDA considers it a drug so get a prescription before taking your next breath! A drug, broadly speaking, is anything that affects physiological functioning. In pharmacology, a drug is defined as anything that is used in the treatment, prevention, cure or diagnosis of illness. Even food is considered a drug by the FDA if any health claim is made by producers.
Oxygen is just as much a drug as any other in the eyes of the FDA but that does not mean they regulate what nurses prescribe as a matter of routine without specific medical authorization. In England, the medical establishment has been tightening up on oxygen administration.
In reality, it is all about the purpose of usage. Breathing oxygen as we all do without assistance is not a drug, but when administered to treat, prevent or cure a disease it makes using oxygen technically into a drug. An oxygen concentrator is a medical device, though one does not need a prescription for it.
Hyperbaric chambers are a lifesaving state-of-the-art device for treating many diseases that do not respond to pharmaceutical drugs. Hyperbaric oxygen acts as a drug, eliciting varying levels of response at different dosages and proven effective as adjunctive therapy for many conditions. This form of therapy is especially useful for patients who cannot do EWOT (Exercise with Oxygen Therapy) training.
If one wants to treat cancer or any other disease with oxygen one needs to be a doctor. If one wants to treat their inflammation, acid conditions, low levels of oxygen, or purely gain in performance and health one does not need a doctor’s prescription. Most alternative practitioners, when they work with cancer patients, are not treating the cancer, which would be illegal, but are treating the underlying conditions of cancer.
Dr. Arthur C. Guyton says, "All chronic pain, suffering and diseases are caused from a lack of oxygen at the cell level." Insufficient oxygen means insufficient biological energy that can result in anything from mild fatigue to life threatening disease. “Oxygen plays a pivotal role in the proper functioning of the immune system," said Dr. Parris M. Kidd. Low oxygen conditions lead directly to inflammation. Chronic inflammation mirrors our body’s low oxygen state.
Oxygen is one of the most widely used therapeutic agents with specific biochemical and physiologic actions, a distinct range of effective doses, and well-defined adverse effects at high doses when in the absence of carbon dioxide gas. However, it is not a pharmaceutical drug. It is nutritional!
Oxygen when used correctly and in a timely fashion oxygen is a lifesaver. Oxygen robs the angel of death of many of its victims. Oxygen is the ultimate giver of life.
These days many people do not have enough oxygen in their bodies to support the daily functions of our internal and external organs. Many of us are deficient for a wide variety of reasons. When we learn that each stressful event in our life can drop our oxygen score we can begin to understand how central to successful treatment oxygen can be.
Severe oxygen deficiency (hypoxia) is often referred to as oxygen starvation. This affliction invites cardiac trouble by over-stimulating the sympathetic nervous system and raising the heart rate.
Symptoms of Oxygen Deficiency:
 In 1947, the British military discovered that oxygen could be toxic (Oxygen Toxicity) as a result of underwater research. Oxygen toxicity is a condition resulting from the harmful effects of breathing molecular oxygen at increased partial pressures. It is also known as oxygen toxicity syndrome, oxygen intoxication, and oxygen poisoning. Severe cases can result in cell damage and death, with effects most often seen in the central nervous system, lungs and eyes.