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Breathe Like a Celeb: Oxia

Breathing is known for its stress reducing results, but what about sucking in pressurized oxygen?

Oxia ($49.95 and up) is a very small, portable oxygen dispenser. The container is 8 inches high and weighs less than one pound but it packs in about 6 gallons of pressurized oxygen enriched air (90% Oxygen and 10% Nitrogen).

You may be thinking, "That's great Fit, but why in the world do I care?" Well, the good folks at Oxia believe that a few shots of this pressurized oxygen will give you a natural boost of energy whenever you need it.

Increasing oxygen intake is also thought to have benefits such as:

  • Provide natural relief for headaches, migraines and hangovers
  • Rejuvenate the skin
  • Aid in metabolism and digestion
  • Reduce lactic acid build up, extending your limit of exhaustion to promote faster recovery
  • Helps you party longer and harder (hence why celebs like Pierce Brosnan, Liam Neeson, Parker Posey, Christina Ricci, Kanye West, Ozzy Osbourne and Justin Timberlake are digging it)
  • Clears your mind and de-stresses

Once you buy your first bottle, the refills are a bit cheaper and you get a discount for empties ($15.95 and up). Order it on Oxia.com. I found a funny clip of Regis giving a shot of Oxia to Kelly, so check it out.

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MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 9 years
I love oxygen. It's literally a breath of fresh air. :)
kscincotta kscincotta 9 years
50 years ago, they would have laughed to think how much money we spend on bottled water. Now we're bottling air?
susanec susanec 9 years
Ugh, they try to market these to tourists in Colorado. Usually not necessary.
My-Opinion My-Opinion 9 years
results of a dwindling ozone!
scratch5 scratch5 9 years
Shots of oxygen - how bizarre. I need this when I am running.
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