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Supplementary breathing system - sets new standards

13.11.2006
New German invention ensures better oxygen utilisation

By developing new types of therapy, the high-tech company AIRNERGY from Hennef, near Bonn, has created a completely new standard: with its supplementary breathing apparatus. The company already has the backing of a number of famous supporters for its contribution to complementary medicine, including e.g. the internal specialist Dr. Wolfgang Grebe, sports scientist Dr. Elmar Wienecke, physiotherapist Balbir Singh or health and social policy experts Norbert Blüm and Rudolf Dreßler.

All these supporters actively use AIRNERGY themselves. Dr. Wieneck supervises the German national handball team, along with many other athletes, in his Institute SALUTO in Halle/Westfalen. Balbir Singh coached Michael Schumacher for ten years in Formula 1. Dr. Grebe, Board Member of the Internationale Gesellschaft für Prävention (International Society of Prevention) sees in AIRNERGY a “move away from reparatory medicine … and towards primary prevention, in the sense of: not even allowing an illness to develop.“

Based on their own experience of AIRNERGY, Dreßler and Blüm remarked the following: Rudolf Dreßler, one of Germany’s most high-profile health and sports politicians, commented that diabetes has taught him his own physical limits. He has been using AIRNERGY for a few months and his verdict is: ”I’ve noticed how I can now make better use of my body’s own energy.“ He is feeling much better and has found the effects of using AIRNERGY to be “amazing”. Norbert Blüm, who was often considered to be Dreßler’s political and ministerial opponent, is an equally enthusiastic supporter of the German-made technology and similarly commented: "I feel …physically and psychologically stronger and generally more lively. I inhale regularly … and don’t want to do without it anymore."

Just as with dietary supplements, the inhalation therapy seeks to compensate for oxygen deficiencies. Hence, AIRNERGY promotes the cells’ ability to absorb oxygen. A person’s health and fitness levels very much depend on whether his or her body is able to absorb and use the abundant levels of oxygen contained in the air properly. As we grow older or if we are sick or subjected to high stress levels our body’s ability to absorb oxygen declines. Knowing the importance of oxygen for the organism, the positive effect of this respiratory support system as a basic therapy for the entire body is self-evident.

Our representatives will be happy to answer any questions you may have – independent of whether they are of a personal or professional kind – at Stand D 04 in Halle 13. There you can test the inhalation system yourself – and experience new energy and liveliness from within.

More information on AIRNERGY can be obtained at: www.atemluft.info.

Editor:
Jochen Hövekenmeier
Phone: (+49) 2242 93 30-0
presse@airnergy.info

Jochen Hövekenmeier | AIRNERGY AG
Further information:
http://www.atemluft.info
http://www.airnergy.com

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