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    Old 03-09-2005, 10:52 AM   #346
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

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    why are the dosages becoming difficult for you with the Aerobic Oxygen?

    please describe, thanks!
    Garrett,

    Ever since I started taking this product, I feel a bit tired and my head gets slightly heavy. I've had this problem before but it keeps coming and going. Just to be sure it is not putting too much strain on my system, i'm keeping the dosage low. I'm surrounded by people at work - so skip the lunchtime dose.

    (Incidentally i haven't done Yoga and Gym for a couple of weeks now - now it could be that as well. )

     
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    Old 03-09-2005, 10:53 AM   #347
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

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    lucky, how are you doing with your CL02 products? Is your girlfriend still not reacting to your breath?
    I am fearful, that they are neutralizing the taste in my mouth, but not the odor coming from it... It is definitely better than regular toothpaste..

    I am hoping the Aerobic Oxygen helps with it...
    Hi Garrett, I sometimes wonder if the two of us have a similar mouth chemistry/biology and similar bb. Because we have had similar experiences with ClO2. If that's the case we can learn from each other's experiences.

    Yes, I'm using it regularly, morning and night with the 'dry tongue routine' and maybe a brush up during the day (I work from home).

    I have just started doing a back of the hand 'lick test' periodically through the day. I noticed a strong smell yesterday and this morning when I did it on waking before I'd even got up.

    Haven't seen my girlfriend for a week, she lives abroad and we see each other for a couple of weeks every couple of weeks. I will post any comments she makes. Sometimes I will ask her outright, How's my breath? It gets easier the more I do it and in the end, it is the only reliable test we have.

    Re the Aerobic Oxygen, I am really interested, sceptical and up for hearing everyone's experiences. I have been trawling through all the back posts on this thread, back to part 1 and it's interesting to read. I think Aerobic Oxygen appears there somewhere around page 50 though it's not called that. That is as far as I've read so I don't know what the outcome was yet!

    lucky.

    I have just worked out what you mean when you say you worry the taste but not the bb is being neutralized. There's only one way to know. Find the courage to ask someone! Your girlfriend?

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    Old 03-09-2005, 10:59 AM   #348
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    Hi, Blase. Your success sounds similar to mine. I've been using stabilized aerobic oxygen for about a month now with great results. I'm 37 years old and haven't had such fresh breath since I was 10-11 years old. Your testimonial was posted on another message board where I've been trying to encourage everyone to give stabilized aerobic oxygen a try. Like you, I've indulged in junk food with no halitosis after-effects. My biggest challenges now are to learn to live like a normal person with fresh breath and to clean up my diet. Congratulations to you and hopefully this supplement will work for many others!
    Noon,

    What is your dosage and what brand are you using? Do you get any fatigue like symptoms after using it? I've had problems with liver in the past before - so maybe that's causing it.

    It is too early to say AO is working perfectly well. I need to see long term results.
    Another message board? I haven't posted this on any other forum.

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 11:16 AM   #349
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

    Well, I just came back from the ENT. We talked about the results of the sinus CT scan. Not good. He said I have a complete infection of my sinuses. He said that the polyp will have to be removed. So he is scheduling me for surgery.

    I was talking to him about the smell coming from my nose especially when I take the nose spray and that I was getting comments of it smelling like horse manure. He asked me if I could smell it. I told him that I knew that there was a smell coming from my nose because I could smell something. But not the same as the people around me. He said that it is the polyps that are causing me not to smell it. He said if the smell is that bad then I should smell it myself. So he thinks the polyps are affecting my smell.

    It's going to be three to four months before I can have surgery, because of the waiting list. But, at least something may be done. He said that even though I have the surgery my polyps may return. That's a scary thought. But, I will have to continue to use the nose sprays and irrigate my sinuses and take some medications. He stated that if I do all those things the polyps may not return. If I stop, they will come back for sure. God please let this work!!!!! he also said the only thing that will get rid of this sinus infection now is surgery. The infection is to bad.

    AllSpaced you stated : That I may want to give hydrogen peroxide therapy a try in healing your sinuses if I don't want to wait for the surgery.

    I was doing the irrigation for a while. Sorry to say I had to stop. The mucus became so bad that it was running off my tongue all the time. When ever I would eat my mouth would fill with mucus. All I had to do was stick my tongue out and it would just drip off. That happened about three weeks after starting the hydrogen peroxide irrigation. So I only use hydrogen peroxide to gargle and clean my tongue now. The ENT said I should wait till after the surgery to start irrigation again.

    Well, I hope this is an answer to my prayers.

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 11:43 AM   #350
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    I phoned the clinic today and they are going to send some information through the post. She asked me if my GP said I should have my tonsils out, I said yes. blase did your GP said you should have yours out? I'm old enough to have general anaesthetic, it just so much money (it could cost up to 2200). My pareents would find out in the end that I'd spend that amount of money from my savings. it would be so hard to tell them.

    AllSpaced, I used to have really bad PND and the back of the nose was really blocked. But i started to take Acidophilus tablets with every meal and stop nearly all dairy food. dairy gives you really thick mucos. and i started to do the hydrogen peroxide irrigation. Finaly i got my nose clear but that's when I started to notice that there was a bit of smell coming from my nose. But my tonsils stink, that's why I thought it was the tonsils. if I get them out it ill be another thing off my list.

    ps blase, what brand of AO do you use?

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 12:17 PM   #351
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

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    Garrett,

    Ever since I started taking this product, I feel a bit tired and my head gets slightly heavy. I've had this problem before but it keeps coming and going. Just to be sure it is not putting too much strain on my system, i'm keeping the dosage low. I'm surrounded by people at work - so skip the lunchtime dose.

    (Incidentally i haven't done Yoga and Gym for a couple of weeks now - now it could be that as well. )
    i too think that it can nbe without sideeffects, but if only the head is heavy and u got rid of bb wow that is it, the cure

    but do you have really strong bb before or just mild, my makes people open windows



     
    Old 03-09-2005, 12:39 PM   #352
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

    Thankyou for your inquiry.

    Please note that Aerobic Oxygen is not a Chlorine Dioxide product. We stabilise the oxygen molecules to a sodium chloride molecule (salt).

    Kind Regards

    i just got this response from one manufacturer of anaerobic oxygen

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 01:22 PM   #353
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

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    I phoned the clinic today and they are going to send some information through the post. She asked me if my GP said I should have my tonsils out, I said yes. blase did your GP said you should have yours out? I'm old enough to have general anaesthetic, it just so much money (it could cost up to 2200). My pareents would find out in the end that I'd spend that amount of money from my savings. it would be so hard to tell them.

    AllSpaced, I used to have really bad PND and the back of the nose was really blocked. But i started to take Acidophilus tablets with every meal and stop nearly all dairy food. dairy gives you really thick mucos. and i started to do the hydrogen peroxide irrigation. Finaly i got my nose clear but that's when I started to notice that there was a bit of smell coming from my nose. But my tonsils stink, that's why I thought it was the tonsils. if I get them out it ill be another thing off my list.

    ps blase, what brand of AO do you use?

    Oioi,

    My GP sent me to an ENT specialist after I kept pestering him. ENT specialist could not find anything - so he suggested tonsil removal. Just tell them you have a bad taste and frequent sore throat. All you need to give them is the name of your GP and inform him/her of the operation later wth your consent.

    How big are your tonsils? Go for a laser reduction surgery (800 one) - if they are small you may not need more treatments and they'll remove it at one go.

    Best would be to book just a consultation and then you can discuss various options with him.

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 01:24 PM   #354
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

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    Thankyou for your inquiry.

    Please note that Aerobic Oxygen is not a Chlorine Dioxide product. We stabilise the oxygen molecules to a sodium chloride molecule (salt).

    Kind Regards

    i just got this response from one manufacturer of anaerobic oxygen
    God, I hope this works for me..!

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 01:26 PM   #355
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

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    i too think that it can nbe without sideeffects, but if only the head is heavy and u got rid of bb wow that is it, the cure

    but do you have really strong bb before or just mild, my makes people open windows


    Garfiola,

    My BB was really bad and made people open windows but I brought it down significantly by diet and Yoga and neti.

    I would say treatment Garfiola cos' it does come back if I stop using it. Cure would be the sweetest thing on earth!

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 01:33 PM   #356
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    I'm using a brand called Aerobic O7. The website is http://www.aerobiclife.com. I follow the instructions on the bottle which say to add 6-8 drops per 8 oz. glass of water. I drink Absopure spring water with the stabilized aerobic oxygen drops throughout the day.

    I haven't experienced any more fatigue than usual. I didn't have much energy to begin with.

    I'm very optimistic so far. I've had better results with this supplement than all of the other regiments I've tried which include diet/exercise, Oxyfresh, Profresh, Tri-Oral, Biotene, Colonics and others that I can't immediately recall.

    And finally, your post was copied and pasted onto the other message board by one of the members. We've been discussing stabilized aerobic oxygen for a couple weeks now and I suppose the poster thought the members would benefit from reading of your experiences with the product.

    i might switch over to O7 to see if that causes fatigue as well but i don't think it is sold in the UK. It's strange mine recommends 20 drops three times a day.
    I'd agree all other treatments (I've tried over a period of five years) are rubbish. Only yoga and neti helps.

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 01:45 PM   #357
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    Re: Really Good news

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    i might switch over to O7 to see if that causes fatigue as well but i don't think it is sold in the UK. It's strange mine recommends 20 drops three times a day.
    I'd agree all other treatments (I've tried over a period of five years) are rubbish. Only yoga and neti helps.
    but it says on the website this product can cause to fast aging of out bodies so is it true or not

    i do not ant to get old too soon


     
    Old 03-09-2005, 02:17 PM   #358
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

    floss your teeth. much more important and effective than brushing. eliminates food that rots that causes the stench

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 02:42 PM   #359
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    sorry zenfish, but I'm sure that we all are flossing. this is more than bad hygiene.

     
    Old 03-09-2005, 02:50 PM   #360
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    Re: Bad Breath has changed my personality: Part 3

    Wow, this place is booming!

    Lucky, there are a lot of "stabilized oxygen" products out there. They're all generally the same: Oxides of Magnesium or Oxides of Chloride. Some products contain actual Chlorine Dioxide which probably releases more nascent oxygen than Stabilized Chlorite.

     
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