Reach for Boost Oxygen and Breathe Easy During the Christmas Season.


The festive season is here! It’s a time of year when you can burn the candle at both ends shopping, organising and socialising leaving you with seriously flagging energy levels. Staying hydrated and oxygenated will make the world of difference to your health and wellbeing. 

Drinking alcohol can interfere with the body’s ability to absorb oxygen leaving you feeling fatigued. Alcohol stays in your blood stream for many hours and significantly reduces the level of oxygen in the bloodstream as it takes 3 molecules of oxygen to metabolise 1 molecule of alcohol.

Breathing Boost Oxygen’s 95% pure oxygen replenishes oxygen levels, improving cognitive performance while increasing feelings of energy and alertness! A study Dr Moss of the University of Northumbria showed that just 5 breaths of Boost Oxygen significantly increased oxygen levels. This means more oxygen is delivered to cells helping to fuel muscles, digest food, metabolise fat and carbohydrates, strengthen our immune systems, support the nervous system and allow all issues to function normally. 

As oxygen is a natural detoxifier it will also help the body break down chemicals that remain from a few Christmas tipples.

Enjoy all and Merry Christmas from all at Boost Oxygen UK! 


"...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

"I received the oxygen this morning and I can't tell you how beneficial it has been. I am a confirmed case of Covid-19 and have had it for 18 days now. This product helped to open up my lungs and gave me more energy than I have had in weeks. I just wanted to say thank you for your wonderful product and quick delivery. It has really made a difference. "

Mrs Laura Fereday Confirmed Case of Covid-19