Recreational Oxygen For Recovery and Hangover Remedy

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‘Hair of the Dog’. ‘Chugging Water’. ‘Greasy Breakfasts’. ‘Vitamin-infused concoctions’, ‘Bloody Mary’s’.

All are part of the folklore – but the most sworn-by and successful Hangover Remedy has always been OXYGEN. The only problem was – most people never had ACCESS to it.  (Ask the people that do – e.g. Firemen, Policemen, Nurses, Pilots, etc.)

As researchers spend more time looking at brain chemistry and what actually improves cognitive function, they have stumbled upon one of the major elements that the brain needs: OXYGEN.

Canned recreational oxygen is convenient, portable and affordable. Las Vegas Oxygen bars have been helping customers for years.  But, hangovers aren’t just limited to Las Vegas.  Recreational Oxygen canisters brings the Oxygen Bar to your back pocket.

Recover more quickly after a fun night out!

No Hangover

"It’s not that I’m a big drinker, but I do get mild (hangovers) after a glass or two. My friend turned me onto Boost Oxygen and now I can have a margarita like a normal person without the worry of paying for it later.”  Jessica T.

Feel So Much Better the Day After

“What stays in Vegas may be true for everything but a hangover. After using Boost Oxygen the day after a night out, I felt so much better.”   V.C.


Fatigue can disrupt the quality of your life, but you don’t have to let it. According to the National Institute for Health (NIH), “Oxygen therapy helps many people function better and be more active. It also may help decrease……fatigue (tiredness).”

My Natural Pick-Me-Up

“I need my sleep (I’m 81)…. After lunch, I often get sleepy and take a nap. I decided to try Oxygen Boost, and it was dramatic how fast I felt alert. It lasted quite a while…. It seems to wake me up!”  M.J.N.


Yoga practitioners find themselves addressing ways to combat stress. According to the American Institute of Stress (AIS), the act of “focused breathing” is, by far, the best way to combat stress.  A few, deep inhalations can “jumpstart” your focused breathing by getting you to slow down and concentrate on breath intake.