Covid-19 has taken a toll on the world, families, and individuals. While some people recover quickly from Covid-19, others do not. When people can not recover from Covid-19, it is usually because they have developed silent hypoxia (Afshari et al., 2021). Silent hypoxia occurs when blood oxygen levels become low because the lungs are not able to deliver enough oxygen to the blood (Afshari et al., 2021). When silent hypoxia is not treated in Covid-19 patients, a patient's health can quickly decline (Afshari et al., 2021). Some patients with silent hypoxia may even feel well, but their health could decline quickly. When a Covid-19 patient's health declines due to the lack of oxygen in their blood, they usually need to be intubated (Afshari et al., 2021).
Currently, statistics show that over 75% of Covid-19 patients need oxygen therapy (Afshari et al., 2021). The demand for oxygen therapy combined with the shortage of ventilator systems leads researchers to search for alternate ways to deliver oxygen into patients’ bloodstreams. Research shows that oxygenation with nanobubbles may have amazing benefits for Covid-19 patients.
Nanobubbles are stable gas-containing bubbles that can be suspended in water-based solutions (Afshari et al., 2021). For example, nanobubbles filled with oxygen can be infused into water, such as Only Oxygen Water, which individuals can readily consume.
Nanobubbles are a perfect mechanism for oxygen delivery because oxygenated nanobubbles are able to pass into the bloodstream and circulate through the body (Afshari et al., 2021). Oxygenated nanobubbles offer many benefits. They can deliver oxygen to damaged tissues and repair damaged tissues (Afshari et al., 2021). They also carry potential anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties (Afshari et al., 2021). Most importantly, they may be able to heal damaged hypoxic cells and tissues that are damaged by the effects of Covid-19.
Research shows that oxygenated nanobubbles could be a promising treatment for Covid-19. They can increase cell oxygenation and improve mitochondrial function, which could reduce the effects of Covid-19 (Afshari et al., 2021). When a Covid-19 patient receives oxygen treatment or therapy, their body can increase cell oxygenation and mitochondrial function, and their bodies can self-heal damaged tissue (Afshari et al., 2021). Stable blood oxygen levels also mobilize the delivery and release of antivirus or autoinflammatory drugs given to the patient (Afshari et al., 2021). Oxygenated nanobubbles may also be able to repair a weakend immune system, which is a common side-effect of contracting ad recovering from Covid-19 (Afshari et al., 2021).
Overall, research shows that oxygenation with nanobubbles is an excellent solution. Consuming oxygen through nanobubbles can improve oxygen supply in the bloodstream. While clinical trials are still in progress, researchers have discovered that drinking water with oxygenated nanobubbles could offer incredible benefits. Only Oxygen Water is natural spring water that is infused with oxygenated nanobubbles. Drinking Only Oxygen Water can rapidly deliver and release oxygen into your bloodstream. The human body requires a certain level of oxygen in the bloodstream to remain healthy or heal from illness, such as Covid-19. Drinking water infused with oxygenated nanobubbles may be what you need to help support and heal your body.
Afshari, R., Akhavan, O., Hamblin, M. R., & Varma, R. S. (2021). Review of Oxygenation with Nanobubbles: Possible Treatment for Hypoxic COVID-19 Patients. ACS Applied Nano Materials, 4(11), 11386–11412. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsanm.1c01907