Ozone Therapy – Getting Super Oxygenated

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I started with Ozone Therapy about two months ago, and I think I am addicted. If you haven’t heard of it, let me explain what Ozone Therapy is and what it can do for you. If you have heard of it then you may have been told by a therapist who does Ozone, but this is the perspective from a client. Because I said I think I am addicted I am sure you already know that this is going to be a positive take on it.

Ozone Therapy is the act of putting ozone or super-oxygen, that being O3 (three oxygen molecules instead of two as in O2) into the body and blood stream. Now why on earth would you want to do this you may ask. In our modern society we tend to not breath properly. By that I mean we breath shallow instead of deep. When is the last time you took a normal breath that made your belly expand?

Another reason is the level and quality of oxygen that we get when we do breath, as shallow or deep as it may be. With pollutants in the air and especially if you live at a higher altitude where the air is thinner, we are just not getting enough oxygen into our system.

The next question would be, why do we need more than is necessary to keep us alive? Two reasons that I can think of. If we aren’t getting enough oxygen over our life time, then we are throttling our lifespan. Sort of like feeding yourself a third of what you would require on a daily basis. You remain alive for a period of time, but eventually you would wither away and die (and a lot sooner than what was intended).

The second reason is that a lack of oxygen is the cause of most illness and dis-ease now a days. There are other factors that contribute to this such as stress (which can be combated with enough oxygen intake), or medications that may be stripping your body of necessary elements to keep you healthy (it’s fine to combat one ailment, but it could be creating other problems along the way), but if we had enough oxygen going into our system, all of these things can be eliminated.

I suffer from high blood pressure and high cholesterol. During my time doing Ozone Therapy we have monitored my blood pressure and it has improved, in fact after every session there is a definite improvement in my blood pressure compared to before the session. I will have to wait a couple months to check my cholesterol again but I am sure that has improved (also doing exercise and meditation again which add to this).

Something else I have noticed is that I have more energy. I am now going for a treatment once a week but I did find one day a few weeks back I got up in the morning and I was feeling groggy and really low on energy. Walking up a few steps was even an effort, just one of those days when your body really fights you. I booked a session for that afternoon and afterwards I had my energy back.

What I am saying here is that there are definite signs that a change happens when doing Ozone Therapy. It’s not one of those treatments where you are left wondering if something was effective or actually did anything at all and you just have to rely on faith that it did benefit you. No faith needed, the proof is in the pudding and the pudding is fantastic.

So, I encourage everyone to do some research and see what Ozone Therapy can do for you (if you are a cancer patient I strongly recommend it, especially for early onset cancer), but the amount of ailments it can combat is amazing. Then go and find a therapist near you.

If you are anywhere near Northriding, Johannesburg, South Africa, then book a session with Stella Momberg of Sundowner Ozone and Slimming Clinic, mobile number is 082 778 1269. She is wonderful and comes highly recommended.

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