Because stagnant anoxia immediately deprives organs or tissues of needed oxygen, the only immediate treatment is a supplement of pure oxygen. However, there are alternative treatments for some of the causes of stagnant anoxia. Studies are being conducted on how garlic, flaxseed, and omega-3 fatty acids supplements can aid in combating cardiovascular disease. According to the National Center for Alternative and Complimentary Medicine, some alternative practitioners also recommend plant-based medicines containing hawthorn or astragalus to fight heart disease.
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- Q How is stagnant anoxia diagnosed?
- Q What do I need to know about caring for someone with stagnant anoxia?
- Q How do I manage my stagnant anoxia on a daily basis?
- Q How does stagnant anoxia affect the body?
- Q What causes stagnant anoxia?
- Q Does stagnant anoxia affect children differently than adults?