Brain

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Headaches and Oxygen

Your brain boosts oxygen delivery by demanding certain types of foods (sugar, carbs, and salt) or by constant movement (exercise or fidgeting). Your brain takes control of your body and willpower.

This is why some people on a diet can’t stop their mid-afternoon snacks (chips and soda), why some kids can’t sit still or focus in class, and why some people exercise multiple times a day just to think clearly or stay awake.  These are not low blood sugar issues, these are low blood pressure problems.

Brain oxygen delivery is controlled by the Autonomic Nervous System (“ANS”). When the ANS no longer works correctly you might feel dizzy, your heart might race, or you might feel a head rush when you stand up and all those feelings can be triggered by lack of oxygen to your brain.

If your low oxygen levels continue, you may get neck and shoulder stiffness and pain.  You may also get a headache from a lack of oxygen to those muscles.

Start using the Skin Spray, spray it on your forehead, and into the scalp, this then adds oxygen through the skin into the blood of the brain, which in turn helps with extra oxygen – and so the headache improves!

To improve the Brain, use the Skin Spray Product as often as is needed – spray on face, forehead and onto your scalp.

We often manage our headaches with medication or food, but these do not reverse the underlying blood pressure and oxygen problem.  Chronic use of pain relievers or prescription medication may have dangerous side effects.

Chronic overeating from this false “hunger”, which is not the need for nutrients but is the need for more oxygen, contributes to many diseases and obesity.

If you also suffer from fatigue and light-headedness, read more about what may be causing your underlying condition.

What causes brain hypoxia?

There are many medical conditions and events that interrupt the flow of oxygen to your brain. Stroke, cardiac arrest, and an irregular heartbeat can prevent oxygen and nutrients from traveling to the brain.

Other possible causes of oxygen depletion include:

  • hypo-tension, which is extremely low blood pressure
  • anaesthesia complications during surgery
  • choking
  • carbon monoxide poisoning
  • drowning
  • breathing in carbon monoxide or smoke
  • traveling to high altitudes (above 8,000 feet)
  • brain injury
  • strangulation
  • medical conditions that make it difficult to breathe, such as extreme asthma attacks

Always have your Skin Spray ready, just in case there is a problem, then seek medical attention.
To improve the Brain, use the Skin Spray Product as often as is needed – spray on face, forehead and onto your scalp.

Who is at risk for brain hypoxia?

Anyone who experiences an event where they aren’t getting enough oxygen is at risk for brain hypoxia. If your job or regular activities involve situations that deprive you of oxygen, your risk is greater.

Sports and hobbies

Participating in sports where head injuries are common, such as boxing and football, also puts you at risk for brain hypoxia. Swimmers and divers who hold their breaths for long periods of time are also susceptible. Mountain climbers are at risk as well.

Medical conditions

You’re at risk if you have a medical condition that limits the transfer of oxygen to your brain. These conditions include:

  • amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), which is a degenerative disease affecting the nerves in the brain and spinal cord. ALS can result in weakness of the breathing muscles.
  • hypotension
  • asthma

What are the symptoms of brain hypoxia?

Brain hypoxia symptoms range from mild to severe. Mild symptoms include:

  • temporary memory loss
  • reduced ability to move your body
  • difficulty paying attention
  • difficulty making sound decisions

Severe symptoms include:

  • seizure
  • coma
  • brain death

How is brain hypoxia diagnosed?

Your doctor can diagnose brain hypoxia by examining your symptoms, recent activities, and medical history. A physical exam and tests are usually part of the process.

How is brain hypoxia treated?

Brain hypoxia requires immediate treatment to restore the flow of oxygen to your brain

The exact course of treatment depends on the cause and severity of your condition. For a mild case caused by mountain climbing, for example, you would immediately return to a lower altitude. In more severe cases, you need emergency care that places you on a ventilator (breathing machine).

Your heart may need support as well. You might receive blood products and possibly fluids through an intravenous tube.

Seeking immediate treatment reduces your chances of brain damage.

You may also receive medication for blood pressure issues or to control your heart rate. Seizure-curbing medicines or anesthetics may also be part of your treatment.

Recovery and long-term outlook

Recovering from brain hypoxia depends largely on how long your brain has gone without oxygen. Depending on the severity of your condition, you may have recovery challenges that eventually resolve. The potential challenges include:

  • insomnia
  • hallucinations
  • amnesia
  • muscle spasms

People whose brain oxygen levels have been low for longer than 8 hours usually have a poorer prognosis. For this reason, people with severe head injuries are usually monitored in the hospital immediately after the injury to make sure their brains are getting enough oxygen.

So, if you suffer from chronic headaches or even just the occasional pain…
Have a look at Bound-Oxygen “Skin Spray
To improve the Brain, use the Skin Spray Product as often as is needed – spray on face, forehead and onto your scalp.

1 thought on “Brain”

  1. I live in the caoe town CBD where can I buy some of the products. I recently bought the sink spray and energy drops while in JHB and now I would like to buy more products buy I cannot find a pharmacy in cape which has the products.

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