Improved oxygen supply: 
EWOT can help increase the oxygen supply to the body, including the heart muscle. This can aid in improving the overall oxygen delivery to the heart, which is essential for the proper functioning of the organ.

Cardiovascular system strengthening: 
Regularly practicing EWOT can enhance cardiovascular fitness. This can result in a stronger heart that can pump blood more efficiently and help regulate blood pressure.

Increased endurance: 
EWOT can assist in building overall fitness and endurance. A stronger heart can pump more blood with less effort, benefiting overall heart health.

Enhanced blood circulation: 
The additional oxygen intake during EWOT can improve blood circulation, which can help prevent vessel blockages and reduce the risk of heart disease.

Stress reduction: 
Regular exercise, such as EWOT, can help reduce stress. Prolonged stress can be harmful to the heart, so stress reduction can indirectly benefit heart health.

It's important to note that EWOT is not a substitute for medical treatments for heart conditions or other medical issues. People with existing heart conditions or other health problems should always consult with their doctor before starting a new therapy, including EWOT. A doctor can assess whether EWOT is appropriate and provide advice on how to safely practice it.