Pulmonary Hypertension: How to Increase Your Oxygen Uptake 50%


In this video, you can find an intro to Nei Gong exercises called Ape Arms. According to the video’s description it can increase your oxygen uptake by 50%.

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  1. Michelle Holden says:

    I’m guessing this Gentleman does not have PH, the use of are arms is proven to decrease our oxygen levels. The old terms the Jesus Christ syndrome, while his arm were at a football goal stand vs stretched out, the expansion of lungs becomes limited. It maybe great with healthy individuals , I myself find if I raise my arms , i.e. To dust or playing I become short of breath, my doctor confirmed this. Stating the arms pull out the po2 leaving co2 in us which is why some who push them self become (have) hypoxia. JMO

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