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By:

General Conference
Health Ministries Department
Copyright 2003

Seventh-day Adventist Church General Conference Corporation SDAs


Produced by the General Conference Health Ministries Department
All rights reserved
The activator of our
vitality.

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Went to cabin in San Bernardino
Mountains for Christmas holiday
Unusually cold December
On Christmas Eve
Before going to bed closed tightly all
windows
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All silent in the cabin.
When sheriff came all five were dead for
lack of oxygen.
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Mixture of
gases.

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0.1% other gases
78% nitrogen Carbon dioxide
21% oxygen
0.9% argon Helium
Hydrogen
Etc. . .

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Approximately 2 quarts of oxygen in
Blood
Lungs
Body tissues
Enough to last 4 minutes

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Its a matter of life and
breath.

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We need air
for life and
good fresh
air for health.

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High quality fresh air
is . . . Pure
Clean

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Unpolluted with noxious agents in
fresh air.
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Benefits of Oxygen
Gives
Improved sense of Lowered body
well being temperature
Increased rate and Lowered resting
quality of growth in heart rate
plant and animals Decreased
Improved function of survival of
lungs protective cilia bacteria and
Provides viruses in the air
tranquilization and
relaxation
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Fresh Air
Destroyed by
Re-circulating
the Air

In buildings
Tobacco smoke
City smog
Other pollutants

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Good Quality Clean Air
Found in abundance in
Evergreen trees
Green plants
Mountains and forests
Moving waters
Seashore
Lakes
Ocean
Rivers
Water fall
Rain after thunderstorm

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Provide almost 90% of oxygen in atmosphere
Rest from land plants
This air is refreshing and gives a lift

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Exhilarating near a
waterfall.
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Found in live plants
in homes.
Recommended at
least 1 plant/100
square feet of indoor
space.
Live plants remove
carbon dioxide and
freshen the air with
oxygen.

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Usually found on freeways.
At airports.
In closed, poorly ventilated
areas.

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Polluted smoke-filled air can
be associated with
Anxiety
Suspicion
Migraine headaches
Nausea
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Eye problems
Irritability
Respiratory congestions
Etc

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Efforts needed to
breathe natural clean air

Exercise in the morning in the outdoor air.


Vitality will be imparted to the blood and
nervous system.

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A vitality will thus
be imparted that
is superior to that
achieved stale,
re-circulated air
or that found in
smoky rooms,
congested
offices, or noisy
factories.

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This is particularly noted in sealed buildings with centrally-
controlled, mechanical ventilation. Associated conditions include
allergies, infections, Legionnaires disease, and worsening of
asthma because of air-borne irritants. This highlights the
importance of breathing fresh, clean air.

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Breathing is a
natural
spontaneous
automatic activity
(moving a total of
20,000 liters of
20,000 air daily).
Liters o
f Air

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(CO2 is released, O2 is
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Oxygen-riched blood is carried by
millions of red blood cells to nourish
all the bodys organs, tissues, and
cells

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Exchange of O2 &
CO2 is completed
within milliseconds
(takes 1 minute for a
complete circuit of
the body).

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Body ensures this by
driving the respiratory rate
from the medulla oblongata
in the brain stem.

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Most people are
shallow breathers,
using only the
lower portion of
their lungs.

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In order to have good blood, we must
breathe well. Full, deep inspirations of pure
air which fill the lungs with oxygen, purify
the blood. They impart to it a bright color,
and send it, a life giving current, to every
part of the body. A good respiration soothes
the nerves; it stimulates the appetite and
renders digestion more perfect; and it
induces sound refreshing sleep.

Ellen G. White, Ministry of Healing, p. 272


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Exercise is
the key to
exercising the
lungs.

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Diaphragmatic Breathing
Stretch your arms high above your
head.
Breathe in slowly with mouth
closed.
Expand chest as much as possible
and continue to breathe in. Take
one more whiff of air.
With mouth open, let out all air
while slowly bending over. Cough
to get last bit of air out.
Repeat 5-10 every morning.
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Dr. Mervyn Hardinge,
Hardinge dean emeritus of the LLU
School of Public Health, states that posture can
be improved.

He gives these five


steps to help
individuals acquire the
habits of good posture:

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1. Flatten the plane of
the pelvis.
2. Stand tall.
3. Keep the head back,
and looking straight
forward.
4. Feet should be slightly
apart, directed
forward.
5. Exercise so as to
stretch and strengthen
muscles.

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POOR
POSTURE
1 Head down
2 Back bent
3 Shoulders
round
4 Chest in
5 Abdomen out
6 Pelvis tilted
sharply forward
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Good
Posture
Dr. Mervyn Hardinge

1 Head Up
2 Back Straight
3 Shoulders Straight
4 Chest Out
5 Abdomen In
6 Pelvis Flattened

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2 Main Keys to Proper
Breathing
1. Good posture.

2. Diaphragmatic breathing.

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Benefits of Diaphragmatic
Breathing

Cleanses respiratory tract.

Reduces the risk of infection.

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Passes about 500cc of air

Total amount that can pass in and


out of lungs in one breath vital
capacity about 4,000cc
8 times greater than one does during
quiet breathing

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Rolandic tissue

Frontal lobe Parietal lobe

Temporal Occipital lobe


lobe

CROWN OF THE BRAIN

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Remember!
Remember!

It is essential to ensure
good oxygenation
especially for the brain.
Avoid stuffy enclosed
spaces where carbon
dioxide, carbon monoxide
and other pollutants can
interfere with normal
oxygen availability.
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The effects of
living in close, ill
ventilated rooms
are these: . . . the
mind becomes
depressed and
gloomy.

Ellen G. White
Testimonies Vol. 1, p. 702

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Take regular
intervals during
work or study to
breathe deeply
preferably outdoors
in the fresh air.
This refreshers
body and brain
function.

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And the Lord God formed man of the dust of
the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the
breath of life; and man became a living being.
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As air supports
our physical life, so
the Holy Spirit
support our spiritual
life. Isnt is time we
step back and truly
seek the Holy Spirit
to support our
spiritual life?

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Let us live a healthy lifestyle, which
includes regular exposure to fresh
clean air and be willing to be led by
the rushing wind of the Holy Spirit.

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