During pregnancy It is a well-known fact that a pregnant mother does not eat for herself alone, she also has to take adequate nutrition for the baby in her womb. Similarly, a pregnant mother does not breathe for herself alone, she also has to supply adequate oxygen to her yet unborn baby.
As explained on Livestrong, ‘the unborn baby exchanges oxygen and carbon dioxide with the mother through the placenta and umbilical cord. The mother’s blood circulates through the placenta and also carries nutrients to the baby. The placenta is attached to the uterine wall and to the umbilical cord, which is attached to the baby. The mother, in effect, breathes for the baby. The mother inhales and breathes in oxygenated air, which passes through her circulatory system to the baby through the placenta and umbilical cord. Carbon dioxide returns from the baby through the umbilical cord and placenta to the mother, who exhales and removes the waste from her body.’
Now isn’t it important that the pregnant mother gets to inhale the purest of air? And, in our polluted towns and cities, how do you get her that? Close the doors and windows to shut out the outdoor pollution, and you shut out the access to fresh air. Open the doors and windows to let fresh air in, and in comes dust and pollution. So how do you do you protect your home and your yet unborn baby from outdoor pollution, and yet retain the natural freshness of open air?
The answer is an oxygen optimizer. A machine that would allow you to keep your doors and windows closed and, by pumping in oxygen from outside, provide you with the freshest of air indoors.
Get yourself an OxyMax oxygen optimizer, give your family the best air that money can buy, and see how healthy your baby is at birth!