The Trachea, Bronchials and lungs are a
channel through which the air that we
breath passes so that the blood stream can
collect the oxygen and nitrogen the body
requires to keep us alive.
Healthy lungs provide us with a constant
supply of oxygen without which we could not stay alive for more than a few minutes. They also provide us with nitrogen which our body uses to replenish the amino acids composing the protein in the system.
The brain is the most important organ in the body because as controls all of the body's functions. Oxygen is very important to the brain in order for it to use glucose (sugar) as fuel function properly. A deficiency can lead to all sorts of neurological symptoms and, if the oxygen is absent for a few minutes or more, death.
98% of our energy is created by oxygen. Our eliminative processes consume larger amounts of oxygen to rid human bodies of waste and toxins. therefore, disease is due to the deficiency in the bodies oxidation process leading to an accumulation of toxins. These toxins would ordinarily be burned in normal metabolic functioning and health could be maintained.
Oxygen deficiency symptoms can include:
stomach acid, bacterial, viral, parasitic infection, bronchial, chronic hostility, circulation problems, depression, dizziness, fatigue, irrational behavior, irritation, lowered immunity to colds, flu and infections, memory loss, muscle aches, overall bodily weakness, poor digestion, tumors and so on.
Symptoms of a deficient supply of oxygen often begin with the vague feeling of uneasiness. They progress over time, to full-blown illness and disease. Cells undergoing partial oxygen starvation send out tiny panic signals which are collectively felt as the continuous vague sensation of uneasiness, dread or disaster. This low level generalized warning tends to get turned out as mere background noise by the individual experiencing it. Or, it is attributed to other sources of uneasiness.
So take good care of your lungs and they can contribute to a long happy healthy life for you!
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure,
or prevent any disease.