Nano Oxygen Bubble Research

  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy
  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy
  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy
  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy
  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy

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Sports professionals as well as many other medical condition suffers rely on Oxygen therapy to increase recovery times.

Strength comes from recovery, and recovery hinges on your body’s consumption of oxygen. So what happens during exercise? ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate and is the energy source used by cells. First, your muscles use the ATP stored in your body; once oxygen levels get low, myoglobin, which is how oxygen is stored in your muscles, is used to fill the void. Your blood vessels expand to allow oxygen-rich blood to flow more freely to your muscles, and your heart rate increases. As exercise continues, your glycogen stores are depleted as they produce lactic acid, and your body becomes exhausted without the fuel to keep it going.


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Neuromuscular transmission and muscle fatigue changes by nanostructured oxygen

Abstract

Introduction: Oxygen (O2) nanobubbles offer a new method for tissue oxygenation. The effects of O2 nanobubbles on transmission at neuromuscular junctions (NMJs) and muscle function were explored in murine diaphragm. Methods: Electrophysiological parameters, NMJ ultrastructure, muscle force, and muscle fatigue were studied during superfusion with solutions with different oxygen levels or oxygen nanobubbles. Results: High frequency nerve stimulation of muscles superfused with O2 nanobubble solution slowed neurotransmission decline over those with either control or hyperoxic solution.


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