Tatler Magazine - Mentally and physically fatigued

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Mentally and physically fatigued, I decided to get a breath of fresh air to perk me up. Rather than leave the office and head for the country, I used the brilliant 'Boost Oxygen' instead. It's about the size of an air freshener with an aqualung regulator on the top. All you do is push your mouth to the nozzle, press the button and you're hit with a cold burst of oxygen. 

Despite my utter scepticism that all of this was hot air (or, in this instance, cold, grapefruit-flavoured air), I was pleasantly surprised. I was instantly buoyed. 

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"...Insufficient oxygen means insufficient biological energy that can result in anything from mild fatigue to life threatening disease.The link between insufficient oxygen and disease has now been firmly established. The more oxygen we have in our system, the more energy we produce."

Dr. W. Spencer Way Journal of the American Association of Physicians

"Many of my COPD, asthma and anxiety patients have reported how breathing Boost Oxygen opened up their lungs and helped clear excess mucus and ease tightness in their chest."

Mariana Arando Co-founder of Touch Tuina Treatment Centre

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