EWOT Therapy Strengthens Your Oxygen Supply

Did you know…your body’s oxygen supply is cut in half over the course of your lifetime, but you can reverse the process—without a prescription?

As you age, the oxygen supply to the tissues of your body drops to 50% or less than the levels of your youth. This is a serious problem, according Dr. Manfred von Ardenne (a student of Dr. Otto Warburg, best known for his pioneering research on the connection between lack of oxygen and cancer).

That’s because seriously depleted levels of oxygen can be linked to illness, disease, and a shortened life span. In fact, Dr. von Ardenne believes most age-related health problems stem from oxygen deficiency. In his book, Oxygen Multi-Step Therapy, von Ardenne claimed it’s possible to restore your oxygen capacity to what it once was. EWOT

The technique Dr. von Ardenne developed to restore oxygen capacity was first called Multi-Step Therapy. It has since become more commonly known as Exercise with Oxygen Therapy (EWOT).

Although there are different ways to practice EWOT, the core of Dr. von Ardenne’s therapeutic practice is the breathing of pure oxygen while exercising.

This allows additional oxygen to be absorbed by your red blood cells…blood plasma…and tissue fluids.

Studies show that this re-oxygenation not only slows the aging process, but that it may also have effects equivalent to subtracting several years off your age.

The Many Beneficial Effects of EWOT

In Germany, Dr. von Ardenne’s homeland, EWOT has been practiced since the 1970s. Considering the multitude of disease and medical conditions that EWOT can address, it’s truly a shame the rest of the world has been so slow to adopt it.

By filling the body with oxygen-rich blood, EWOT accomplishes some truly remarkable changes, such as…

    • Clearing up vision problems
    • Ameliorating cognitive decline
    • Resolving balance problems
    Easing joint pain
    • Balancing out mood issues
    • Preventing dizzy spells
    • Boosting the immune system

Some Advice on Trying EWOT

Experts say that you can practice the EWOT technique in your living room, if you like. All you need is pure oxygen, which is available either from a bottled oxygen source (for which you will need a prescription) or from an oxygen concentrator (these can be found from a number of reputable sources for a relatively low cost).

Peter M. Zeischegg, an alternative holistic medicine expert, online health coach, and board-certified chiropractic neurologist known to his patients and online clients as “Dr. Z,” has advice for when you first try EWOT.

He says, “Please use common sense—if you feel lightheaded or faint, stop and rest.”