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  1. aliml

    Is carbonic anhydrase inhibition useful as a complementary therapy of Covid-19 infection?

    The ongoing Covid-19 is a contagious disease, and it is characterised by different symptoms such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Rising concerns about Covid-19 have severely affected the healthcare system in all countries as the Covid-19 outbreak has developed at a rapid rate all...
  2. aliml

    Elevated CO2 Levels Delay Skeletal Muscle Repair by Increasing Fatty Acid Oxidation

    Muscle dysfunction often occurs in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (COPD) and affects ventilatory and non-ventilatory skeletal muscles. We have previously reported that hypercapnia (elevated CO2 levels) causes muscle atrophy through the activation of the AMPKα2-FoxO3a-MuRF1...
  3. aliml

    Elevating the level of hypoxia inducible factor may be a new potential target for the treatment of depression

    فاکتور 1 القایی هیپوکسی (HIF-1) یک فاکتور رونویسی است که بیان ژن را در پاسخ به کاهش سطح اکسیژن در بافت یا هیپوکسی تنظیم می کند. HIF-1 با واسطه در متابولیسم میتوکندری و در نتیجه کاهش استرس اکسیداتیو اثرات محافظتی در برابر هیپوکسی اعمال می کند. اخیراً، افزایش سطح استرس اکسیداتیو و متابولیسم...
  4. Hans

    CO2 might be the stronger and safest anti-inflammatory agent against RONA

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34741187/ "Mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) signalling pathways are crucial for developmental processes, oncogenesis, and inflammation, including the production of proinflammatory cytokines caused by reactive oxygen species and upon severe acute respiratory...
  5. aliml

    Intermittent hypoxia training as non-pharmacologic therapy for cardiovascular diseases: Practical analysis on methods and equipment

    The global industrialization has brought profound lifestyle changes and environmental pollutions leading to higher risks of cardiovascular diseases. Such tremendous challenges outweigh the benefits of major advances in pharmacotherapies (such as statins, antihypertensive, antithrombotic drugs)...
  6. aliml

    Hypercapnia-inducible factor: a hypothesis | Aging and longevity

    Abstract Cells and tissues sense and respond to hypercapnia by global activation or down-regulation of hundreds of genes and switching on/off a number of signaling and metabolic pathways. We hypothesize for the first time that such complex rearrangements are hardly possible without subtle...
  7. S

    CO2 Bag Bath Experience

    Been wanting to play around with CO2 for awhile now and finally got the inspiration to go out and get everything needed. Here's what I did followed by my experience: Warning: You can suffocate and die, please go slowly, make sure someone is around, and always empty the bag of CO2 after your...
  8. JamesGatz

    What are the best plants to have in your home ? Is there a benefit to having Christmas trees in your backyard that you can spend time around ?

    One of my neighbors has these evergreen trees all over her front yard (they have a very clean Christmas Tree smell that you smell when you buy evergreens - I notice that when I am near her house around her trees - The air feels significantly cleaner and I feel a noticeable metabolic boost - I...
  9. JamesGatz

    How cruel is the practice of limb amputation ? Below-knee amputations effect on lifespan and hospitals causing this issue ?

    I was looking at this story of Nick Cordero who died of "covid" after he had his leg amputated by the hospital because : https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/19/entertainment/nick-cordero-coronavirus-leg-amputation-trnd/index.html Saturday was day 18 of him being sedated in the intensive care unit...
  10. aliml

    Metabolic remodelling of mice by hypoxic (decreased O2)-hypercapnic (increased CO2) environment

    We hypothesised that hypoxic-hypercapnic environment (HHE) could induce metabolic suppression and associated benefits for health and longevity, as observed in the naked-mole rat (NMR). We developed a model of self-produced HHE (similar to a natural habitat of NMRs), which is simple, reliable and...
  11. md_a

    Method and apparatus for carbon dioxide therapy (CDT) of addictons

    Abstract: Method and apparatus for a non-addictive therapy for addiction, includng heroin, methadone and alcohol; the patient briefly breathes heated gas containing 79-80% carbon dioxide delivered through a face mask not touching the patient's face, treatments for several weeks or less sufficing...
  12. S

    Bajau People - Seaborne lifestyle

    These people are known for their exceptional abilities in free-diving. They spent on average 5 hours a day in the sea and mostly underwater trying to hunt fish. Previously, I have read some articles regarding health benefits of regular physical activity in water. So when I saw info about the...
  13. aliml

    Humidified Warmed CO2 Treatment Therapy Strategies Can Save Lives With Mitigation and Suppression of SARS-CoV-2 Infection

    The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak has presented enormous challenges for healthcare, societal, and economic systems worldwide. There is an urgent global need for a universal vaccine to cover all SARS-CoV-2 mutant strains to stop the current COVID-19 pandemic and the threat of an...
  14. Mito

    Children Should Not Be Forced To Wear Masks Due To CO2 Levels, New Study Suggests

    https://dailycaller.com/2021/07/01/covid-19-coronavirus-children-masks-study-cdc-who/
  15. P

    Hyperventilation from contaminated allergic sugar or sugar?

    If I use as much as 25 or more grams of white sugar with a cup of coffee and a glass of milk among other foods - it visibly suppresses my breathing resulting in brain fog. I suspect it might be because of allergic impurities in the sugar, which is absolutely possible in my case, but I don't have...
  16. Jwicks1995

    Co2 / sweating / adrenaline / sleep apnea

    So I was in a good mood and running off of adrenaline - anyways I start my workout at the gym and 5 minutes in a drink a good amount of Soda water / sparkling water - within a couple of minutes I start sweating profusely and all my motivation is obliterated. I start feeling really crappy and...
  17. md_a

    Yandell Henderson CARBON DIOXIDE

    Editing remarks in red with some addition of bold italic topic headings by Barnett J. Weiss, MA, LCSW Senior Buteyko Breathing Educator of the BBEA and compliments of www.buteykonyc.com CARBON DIOXIDE by Yandell Henderson, Ph.D from the : Cyclopedia of Medicine ( 1940 ) ---HISTORY--- On May...
  18. Hans

    The Best Pre-workout Carb Sources

    Fueling your workouts properly is key to performing optimally. Sometimes is difficult to get it right. Either the amount is not enough, or we get gastric upset, or worse, hypoglycemia during the workout. With the right carb source, we can prevent that from happening. A few benefits of...
  19. S

    Need Some Help Deciphering This

    Saw this on a news site today and was wanting some bigger brains on this... Forced to wear masks that push CO2 levels down below 20% with any level of exertion, can lead the way to heart trouble, manifestation of deadly bacteria, a weakened immune system with nearly a 50% reduction in...
  20. J

    Has Anyone Tried Diffusing Baking Soda?

    I've heard of people nebulizing baking soda before, which probably yields really good results. However I don't have a nebulizer, however I do have a diffuser that you put essential oils in and it blows them out into the air. I got the idea that this might work with baking soda, so I took about...
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