The benefits of oxygen can be very subtle.  If you are well rested and basically not in need of additional oxygen, there will be no benefits from breathing a higher percentage of oxygen as provided in Oxygen In A Can.  Oxygen In A Can contains up to 95 percent oxygen which is classified as recreational oxygen, not medical oxygen which can be 100 percent.

On the other hand if you have a hangover, are stressed out, at high altitude, or exercising or competing in competition, there are definite benefits that can be recognized.  If you have a hangover, the hangover should go away quite rapidly. If you need to catch your breath at high altitude, the benefits are quite obvious.  On the other hand, if you are stressed out or suffer from altitude sickness, it may take a while to notice the benefits of Oxygen In A Can.  If you are stressed out, the benefits will be more subtle. The easiest way to measure the benefits is while working out.  Below we describe a technique for measuring the benefits of oxygen.

First select a dumbbell that you are comfortable with and can do a dozen or more repetitions lifting it above your head.
Next, count how many repetitions you can do until you are at your maximum limit.
Next, rest for 5 or 10 minutes and then take about 5 or 6 breaths of Oxygen In A Can
Next, repeat the exercise and count how many repetitions you can do.  You should be able to do about 5 or 10 percent more.

When you inhale oxygen, your lungs do not consume all the oxygen and you will exhale some of the oxygen.  This creates an oxygen enriched cloud in front of you mouth so that your second breath without the can will be oxygen enriched.  And possibly your third breath will be oxygen enriched, but to a lesser extent.  This trick works if you are indoors where there is no wind to blow the oxygen enriched cloud away from your face.  After several breaths, take oxygen from the can and repeat the above steps.


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