Submitted by Tito Young
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September 28, 2016 - 06:32 PM

INTRODUCTION:

Never ever underestimate the value of fresh air.  It seems so simple, stepping outside and taking a deep breath.   Well.. it is.. We here at Enhance A Village want you to know that Fresh Air can be as fast as a way to better health than working out everyday.

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Air is the invisible gaseous substance surrounding the earth, a mixture mainly of oxygen and nitrogen.  It can both dry or humid depending where you live.   However, our bodies have ways that we can maximize its use to help us live.  Right now, over 7 Billion people all over the earth in over 196 countries breath it.  Taiwan however, is actually not considered a country, but no matter, the air isn't the very best there.  So certainly, if you not feel that great, try to take a step outside and take a deep breath.  

It is most interesting, that one will have issues to breath pure oxygen. When humans breath 100 percent oxygen, what happens is fluid will accumulate in the lungs.  The oxygen flow through the alveoli slows down which means the person has to breath faster to get enough oxygen.  Doing it long enough will cause chest pain.  

More concerning  is breathing pure nitrogen which will definitely will kill you in a matter of minutes.  While nitrogen is not toxic but having it pure means you aren't breathing any oxygen.  We breath 79% nitrogen all day long and its good for us.  

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So do your body good and take some deep breaths.  

Here are some examples of how we can you understand breathing for Better Health:


BODY:

 

As you become more familiar with the aspects of fresh air, be sure to also increase your needs to be fit.   

 

1. Get fresh air

2. Pure Nitrogen or pure Oxygen isn't going to make you better.  

3. Give yourself lots of exercise everyday, including yoga

4. Hang out with some really fun friends. 

5. Pour yourself a glass of fresh coconut water

 

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Tapped from young, green coconuts, a naturally refreshing treat is the clear liquid with a sweet, nutty taste. It contains easily digested carbohydrate in the form of sugar and electrolytes.  Coconut water is different than the  high-fat coconut milk or oil.

 

Drink a cold glass several times a week, replacing coke or orange juice. Presto.. instant health. 

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CONCLUSION:

I hope you learned a little more about the values of fresh air.  Your body belongs to you and you only have one.  Take care of it.  So good health and a long life. If you have any questions or comments to this story, please feel free to mention one.  Be sure to tell your friends via the social links below!

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