Hemoglobin

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 11, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Hemoglobin in combination with iron is the molecule in the red blood cells that transport oxygen through the body.  Red blood cells in the body have a life span of 100-120 days.  If hemoglobin did not exist our bodies would not recieve oxygen necessary to sustain life.  Strangely enough red blood cells have a limit as to how much oxygen can be binded with hemoglobin naturally.  This would mean that in order for our bodies to consume enough oxygen to handle the toll an injury, disease or illness takes on it we must be in an environment that produces more oxygen so that the intake of it is greater so that our bodies can recieve more.  When the body is worn down and subjected to environmental hazzards such as pollution, toxic air and surroundings, medications and ailments that break down the body's natural defense system and functions; hemoglobin is affected thus oxygen transport is then decreased because the body is put into a situation to combat outside factors with a limited amount of oxygen that naturally flows through the red blood cells via hemoglobin and iron.

Are our bodies doomed to destruction if not able to absorb enough oxygen necessary?  The answer is yes, since I decided to blog about this.  Can anything be done to increase the amount of oxygen that flows through our bodies to prevent red blood cell damage, in that the rbc's die off prematurely and not enough new red blood cells that are supposed to be created or regenerated are made?

I have always had this thing for the capped crusador.  It was a show that aired in the mid to late 1960's. It featured a side kick and they fought crime wearing tights and capes and a disguise to cover their face.  They had a nifty looking car, boat, helicopter and just about everything else.  Another cape wearing vixen who fought crime was also featured but she just drove the motor bike or cycle. As this subject leads me to my suggestion of expanding a certain piece of equipment  On the market there exists portable hyperbaric oxygen treatment chambers that function the same way as used in a hospital setting.  In this portable chamber you enclose yourself in and can sit up you would cross legged on the floor or lay flat as you would in a bed. Once inside the chamber, oxygen is absorbed through your body. When oxygen is dissolved and or absorbed into the blood it is also delivered to the surrounding tissues in the body.  These are portable systems that can be set up at home without a visit to a hospital or physicians office.  In capped crusador fashion, and the need to also recieve oxygen treatment as you watch television, work on your computer and do light chores around the home is to have a portable oxygen suit.  The suit is made of the same material the portable oxygen chambers consist of and comes in various sizes. The suit connects  together through a series of velcro attachments.  This includes foot attachments with a rubberized walkable sole for walking around the house.  The compressor that is responsible for the distribution of oxygen can be used by charging the battery, you can then have up to five hours of portable oxygen without plugs or wires that prevent your mobility. The hyperbaric oxygen suit is made so that you can wear it with or without the oxygen suit gloves to provide maximum oxygen treatment.  To use one just attaches the suit together with the velcro attachments and connect the air supply unit to the portable compressor and then turn it on.  As the suit fills with air you then just place on the hyperbaric oxygen hood or face suit on and attach the velcro. You can make any adjustment to the oxygen levels you need.  Since the suit allows you to move around your home freely you can do light chores such as minimal claning, washing or making foods that do not involve the use of ovens, stoves ect., since you can carry the portable compressor with you.  One can even sit outdoors if they like.  Hyperbaric oxygen treatment is designed to provide more oxygen to affected areas and aid in healing damaged and ischemic tissue and detoxify the body of poisons. Once you are finished with your treatment you turn off the compressor and remove the suit.  You then just charge the compressor battery by using a wall outlet. To clean your hyperbaric oxygen suit just use warm water a small amount of soap, without harsh chemicals and towel dry.  You are then ready to use it the next time you have to have your treatment.  Become a capped crusador to your red blood cells from the environment with the hyperbaric oxygen suit!

In : HEALTH 



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Hemoglobin

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 11, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Hemoglobin in combination with iron is the molecule in the red blood cells that transport oxygen through the body.  Red blood cells in the body have a life span of 100-120 days.  If hemoglobin did not exist our bodies would not recieve oxygen necessary to sustain life.  Strangely enough red blood cells have a limit as to how much oxygen can be binded with hemoglobin naturally.  This would mean that in order for our bodies to consume enough oxygen to handle the toll an injury, disease or illness takes on it we must be in an environment that produces more oxygen so that the intake of it is greater so that our bodies can recieve more.  When the body is worn down and subjected to environmental hazzards such as pollution, toxic air and surroundings, medications and ailments that break down the body's natural defense system and functions; hemoglobin is affected thus oxygen transport is then decreased because the body is put into a situation to combat outside factors with a limited amount of oxygen that naturally flows through the red blood cells via hemoglobin and iron.

Are our bodies doomed to destruction if not able to absorb enough oxygen necessary?  The answer is yes, since I decided to blog about this.  Can anything be done to increase the amount of oxygen that flows through our bodies to prevent red blood cell damage, in that the rbc's die off prematurely and not enough new red blood cells that are supposed to be created or regenerated are made?

I have always had this thing for the capped crusador.  It was a show that aired in the mid to late 1960's. It featured a side kick and they fought crime wearing tights and capes and a disguise to cover their face.  They had a nifty looking car, boat, helicopter and just about everything else.  Another cape wearing vixen who fought crime was also featured but she just drove the motor bike or cycle. As this subject leads me to my suggestion of expanding a certain piece of equipment  On the market there exists portable hyperbaric oxygen treatment chambers that function the same way as used in a hospital setting.  In this portable chamber you enclose yourself in and can sit up you would cross legged on the floor or lay flat as you would in a bed. Once inside the chamber, oxygen is absorbed through your body. When oxygen is dissolved and or absorbed into the blood it is also delivered to the surrounding tissues in the body.  These are portable systems that can be set up at home without a visit to a hospital or physicians office.  In capped crusador fashion, and the need to also recieve oxygen treatment as you watch television, work on your computer and do light chores around the home is to have a portable oxygen suit.  The suit is made of the same material the portable oxygen chambers consist of and comes in various sizes. The suit connects  together through a series of velcro attachments.  This includes foot attachments with a rubberized walkable sole for walking around the house.  The compressor that is responsible for the distribution of oxygen can be used by charging the battery, you can then have up to five hours of portable oxygen without plugs or wires that prevent your mobility. The hyperbaric oxygen suit is made so that you can wear it with or without the oxygen suit gloves to provide maximum oxygen treatment.  To use one just attaches the suit together with the velcro attachments and connect the air supply unit to the portable compressor and then turn it on.  As the suit fills with air you then just place on the hyperbaric oxygen hood or face suit on and attach the velcro. You can make any adjustment to the oxygen levels you need.  Since the suit allows you to move around your home freely you can do light chores such as minimal claning, washing or making foods that do not involve the use of ovens, stoves ect., since you can carry the portable compressor with you.  One can even sit outdoors if they like.  Hyperbaric oxygen treatment is designed to provide more oxygen to affected areas and aid in healing damaged and ischemic tissue and detoxify the body of poisons. Once you are finished with your treatment you turn off the compressor and remove the suit.  You then just charge the compressor battery by using a wall outlet. To clean your hyperbaric oxygen suit just use warm water a small amount of soap, without harsh chemicals and towel dry.  You are then ready to use it the next time you have to have your treatment.  Become a capped crusador to your red blood cells from the environment with the hyperbaric oxygen suit!

In : HEALTH 



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Hemoglobin

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 11, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Hemoglobin in combination with iron is the molecule in the red blood cells that transport oxygen through the body.  Red blood cells in the body have a life span of 100-120 days.  If hemoglobin did not exist our bodies would not recieve oxygen necessary to sustain life.  Strangely enough red blood cells have a limit as to how much oxygen can be binded with hemoglobin naturally.  This would mean that in order for our bodies to consume enough oxygen to handle the toll an injury, disease or illness takes on it we must be in an environment that produces more oxygen so that the intake of it is greater so that our bodies can recieve more.  When the body is worn down and subjected to environmental hazzards such as pollution, toxic air and surroundings, medications and ailments that break down the body's natural defense system and functions; hemoglobin is affected thus oxygen transport is then decreased because the body is put into a situation to combat outside factors with a limited amount of oxygen that naturally flows through the red blood cells via hemoglobin and iron.

Are our bodies doomed to destruction if not able to absorb enough oxygen necessary?  The answer is yes, since I decided to blog about this.  Can anything be done to increase the amount of oxygen that flows through our bodies to prevent red blood cell damage, in that the rbc's die off prematurely and not enough new red blood cells that are supposed to be created or regenerated are made?

I have always had this thing for the capped crusador.  It was a show that aired in the mid to late 1960's. It featured a side kick and they fought crime wearing tights and capes and a disguise to cover their face.  They had a nifty looking car, boat, helicopter and just about everything else.  Another cape wearing vixen who fought crime was also featured but she just drove the motor bike or cycle. As this subject leads me to my suggestion of expanding a certain piece of equipment  On the market there exists portable hyperbaric oxygen treatment chambers that function the same way as used in a hospital setting.  In this portable chamber you enclose yourself in and can sit up you would cross legged on the floor or lay flat as you would in a bed. Once inside the chamber, oxygen is absorbed through your body. When oxygen is dissolved and or absorbed into the blood it is also delivered to the surrounding tissues in the body.  These are portable systems that can be set up at home without a visit to a hospital or physicians office.  In capped crusador fashion, and the need to also recieve oxygen treatment as you watch television, work on your computer and do light chores around the home is to have a portable oxygen suit.  The suit is made of the same material the portable oxygen chambers consist of and comes in various sizes. The suit connects  together through a series of velcro attachments.  This includes foot attachments with a rubberized walkable sole for walking around the house.  The compressor that is responsible for the distribution of oxygen can be used by charging the battery, you can then have up to five hours of portable oxygen without plugs or wires that prevent your mobility. The hyperbaric oxygen suit is made so that you can wear it with or without the oxygen suit gloves to provide maximum oxygen treatment.  To use one just attaches the suit together with the velcro attachments and connect the air supply unit to the portable compressor and then turn it on.  As the suit fills with air you then just place on the hyperbaric oxygen hood or face suit on and attach the velcro. You can make any adjustment to the oxygen levels you need.  Since the suit allows you to move around your home freely you can do light chores such as minimal claning, washing or making foods that do not involve the use of ovens, stoves ect., since you can carry the portable compressor with you.  One can even sit outdoors if they like.  Hyperbaric oxygen treatment is designed to provide more oxygen to affected areas and aid in healing damaged and ischemic tissue and detoxify the body of poisons. Once you are finished with your treatment you turn off the compressor and remove the suit.  You then just charge the compressor battery by using a wall outlet. To clean your hyperbaric oxygen suit just use warm water a small amount of soap, without harsh chemicals and towel dry.  You are then ready to use it the next time you have to have your treatment.  Become a capped crusador to your red blood cells from the environment with the hyperbaric oxygen suit!

In : HEALTH 



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Hemoglobin

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 11, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Hemoglobin in combination with iron is the molecule in the red blood cells that transport oxygen through the body.  Red blood cells in the body have a life span of 100-120 days.  If hemoglobin did not exist our bodies would not recieve oxygen necessary to sustain life.  Strangely enough red blood cells have a limit as to how much oxygen can be binded with hemoglobin naturally.  This would mean that in order for our bodies to consume enough oxygen to handle the toll an injury, disease or illness takes on it we must be in an environment that produces more oxygen so that the intake of it is greater so that our bodies can recieve more.  When the body is worn down and subjected to environmental hazzards such as pollution, toxic air and surroundings, medications and ailments that break down the body's natural defense system and functions; hemoglobin is affected thus oxygen transport is then decreased because the body is put into a situation to combat outside factors with a limited amount of oxygen that naturally flows through the red blood cells via hemoglobin and iron.

Are our bodies doomed to destruction if not able to absorb enough oxygen necessary?  The answer is yes, since I decided to blog about this.  Can anything be done to increase the amount of oxygen that flows through our bodies to prevent red blood cell damage, in that the rbc's die off prematurely and not enough new red blood cells that are supposed to be created or regenerated are made?

I have always had this thing for the capped crusador.  It was a show that aired in the mid to late 1960's. It featured a side kick and they fought crime wearing tights and capes and a disguise to cover their face.  They had a nifty looking car, boat, helicopter and just about everything else.  Another cape wearing vixen who fought crime was also featured but she just drove the motor bike or cycle. As this subject leads me to my suggestion of expanding a certain piece of equipment  On the market there exists portable hyperbaric oxygen treatment chambers that function the same way as used in a hospital setting.  In this portable chamber you enclose yourself in and can sit up you would cross legged on the floor or lay flat as you would in a bed. Once inside the chamber, oxygen is absorbed through your body. When oxygen is dissolved and or absorbed into the blood it is also delivered to the surrounding tissues in the body.  These are portable systems that can be set up at home without a visit to a hospital or physicians office.  In capped crusador fashion, and the need to also recieve oxygen treatment as you watch television, work on your computer and do light chores around the home is to have a portable oxygen suit.  The suit is made of the same material the portable oxygen chambers consist of and comes in various sizes. The suit connects  together through a series of velcro attachments.  This includes foot attachments with a rubberized walkable sole for walking around the house.  The compressor that is responsible for the distribution of oxygen can be used by charging the battery, you can then have up to five hours of portable oxygen without plugs or wires that prevent your mobility. The hyperbaric oxygen suit is made so that you can wear it with or without the oxygen suit gloves to provide maximum oxygen treatment.  To use one just attaches the suit together with the velcro attachments and connect the air supply unit to the portable compressor and then turn it on.  As the suit fills with air you then just place on the hyperbaric oxygen hood or face suit on and attach the velcro. You can make any adjustment to the oxygen levels you need.  Since the suit allows you to move around your home freely you can do light chores such as minimal claning, washing or making foods that do not involve the use of ovens, stoves ect., since you can carry the portable compressor with you.  One can even sit outdoors if they like.  Hyperbaric oxygen treatment is designed to provide more oxygen to affected areas and aid in healing damaged and ischemic tissue and detoxify the body of poisons. Once you are finished with your treatment you turn off the compressor and remove the suit.  You then just charge the compressor battery by using a wall outlet. To clean your hyperbaric oxygen suit just use warm water a small amount of soap, without harsh chemicals and towel dry.  You are then ready to use it the next time you have to have your treatment.  Become a capped crusador to your red blood cells from the environment with the hyperbaric oxygen suit!

In : HEALTH 



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Hemoglobin

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, August 11, 2011 Under: HEALTH
Hemoglobin in combination with iron is the molecule in the red blood cells that transport oxygen through the body.  Red blood cells in the body have a life span of 100-120 days.  If hemoglobin did not exist our bodies would not recieve oxygen necessary to sustain life.  Strangely enough red blood cells have a limit as to how much oxygen can be binded with hemoglobin naturally.  This would mean that in order for our bodies to consume enough oxygen to handle the toll an injury, disease or illness takes on it we must be in an environment that produces more oxygen so that the intake of it is greater so that our bodies can recieve more.  When the body is worn down and subjected to environmental hazzards such as pollution, toxic air and surroundings, medications and ailments that break down the body's natural defense system and functions; hemoglobin is affected thus oxygen transport is then decreased because the body is put into a situation to combat outside factors with a limited amount of oxygen that naturally flows through the red blood cells via hemoglobin and iron.

Are our bodies doomed to destruction if not able to absorb enough oxygen necessary?  The answer is yes, since I decided to blog about this.  Can anything be done to increase the amount of oxygen that flows through our bodies to prevent red blood cell damage, in that the rbc's die off prematurely and not enough new red blood cells that are supposed to be created or regenerated are made?

I have always had this thing for the capped crusador.  It was a show that aired in the mid to late 1960's. It featured a side kick and they fought crime wearing tights and capes and a disguise to cover their face.  They had a nifty looking car, boat, helicopter and just about everything else.  Another cape wearing vixen who fought crime was also featured but she just drove the motor bike or cycle. As this subject leads me to my suggestion of expanding a certain piece of equipment  On the market there exists portable hyperbaric oxygen treatment chambers that function the same way as used in a hospital setting.  In this portable chamber you enclose yourself in and can sit up you would cross legged on the floor or lay flat as you would in a bed. Once inside the chamber, oxygen is absorbed through your body. When oxygen is dissolved and or absorbed into the blood it is also delivered to the surrounding tissues in the body.  These are portable systems that can be set up at home without a visit to a hospital or physicians office.  In capped crusador fashion, and the need to also recieve oxygen treatment as you watch television, work on your computer and do light chores around the home is to have a portable oxygen suit.  The suit is made of the same material the portable oxygen chambers consist of and comes in various sizes. The suit connects  together through a series of velcro attachments.  This includes foot attachments with a rubberized walkable sole for walking around the house.  The compressor that is responsible for the distribution of oxygen can be used by charging the battery, you can then have up to five hours of portable oxygen without plugs or wires that prevent your mobility. The hyperbaric oxygen suit is made so that you can wear it with or without the oxygen suit gloves to provide maximum oxygen treatment.  To use one just attaches the suit together with the velcro attachments and connect the air supply unit to the portable compressor and then turn it on.  As the suit fills with air you then just place on the hyperbaric oxygen hood or face suit on and attach the velcro. You can make any adjustment to the oxygen levels you need.  Since the suit allows you to move around your home freely you can do light chores such as minimal claning, washing or making foods that do not involve the use of ovens, stoves ect., since you can carry the portable compressor with you.  One can even sit outdoors if they like.  Hyperbaric oxygen treatment is designed to provide more oxygen to affected areas and aid in healing damaged and ischemic tissue and detoxify the body of poisons. Once you are finished with your treatment you turn off the compressor and remove the suit.  You then just charge the compressor battery by using a wall outlet. To clean your hyperbaric oxygen suit just use warm water a small amount of soap, without harsh chemicals and towel dry.  You are then ready to use it the next time you have to have your treatment.  Become a capped crusador to your red blood cells from the environment with the hyperbaric oxygen suit!

In : HEALTH 



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