Oxygen-What are the Effects of Hypoxia

Oxygen to life is the same as water to life, and it is indispensable. A series of oxidation reactions occur when oxygen is inhaled and carbon dioxide is exhaled to support vital signs.

First of all, we need to understand how oxygen enters the human body. Oxygen enters the lungs from the respiratory tract, circulates from the lungs-alveoli-the blood vessels around the alveoli, and then releases oxygen to the tissues. The CO2 in the tissues enters the blood circulation, returns to the alveoli, and the alveoli to the respiratory tract is discharged from the body.

After oxygen enters the human body, then the oxygen enrich lungs, hemoglobin and oxygen are tightly combined to carry oxygen to hypoxic tissues; in hypoxic tissues hemoglobin can be separated from oxygen, so that oxygen can reach the hypoxic tissues . As a result, the function of transporting oxygen is realized. We refer to this process as gas exchange. Through gas exchange, we can eliminate fatigue and reserve new vitality.

Secondly, how does oxygen work. Through the action of enzymes in tissue cells, oxygen reacts with glucose to convert glucose into carbon dioxide and water, and release energy for human movement, thinking and other metabolism.

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(image: AngelBiss production line of Oxygen Concentrator)

Thirdly, what if we stay in a long-term hypoxic environment. We are divided into three levels to explain:

Mild hypoxia: inattention, easy to lose focus; dizziness, headache, unresponsiveness, fatigue and lethargy, etc., are more common in the elderly.

Moderate hypoxia: bad breath, constipation, poor appetite; chest tightness, discomfort, dyspnea, etc., more common in people with high life pressure and mental workers.

Severe hypoxia: heart palpitations, rapid or slow heartbeat, suffocation, cardiac arrest, etc., are common in people with high life stress, people with low immunity, people with a history of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and respiratory diseases.

When we find that there may be hypoxia in our own inspection, we need to add oxygen in time. At this time, you can choose ANGEL-5S oxygen concentrator, which is a household oxygen concentrator that meets medical standards. It not only has small fluctuations, but also can be used in high temperature and high pressure environments.

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(image: 5L Oxygen Concentrator ANGEL-5S)

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Post time: Mar-07-2021