What are the impacts of higher
pressure on your bodies?
Mild oxygen therapy is the use of oxygen (ambient air) at a higher level than atmospheric pressure at sea level (1 ATA). While doing so, the red blood cells become oxygen saturated and the oxygen goes into all body fluids like the blood plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, the lymph, all the organs including the brain at a different pace.
Getting the benefits of a pressure above 1.0 ATA can also increase the body’s effectiveness in fighting and stimulating the growth of new blood vessels to increase blood flow to areas of poor circulation. Thanks to Henry’s law of gas! Ask your doctor for more information.
Oxygen Deficiency can lead to…
Did you know that your body contains 75 trillion cells which provide the energy for your brain and organs to function, and to meet the needs of other systems in your body?
Each cell needs two things to produce energy: nutrients and OXYGEN. The following problems can occur when your cells are not getting the oxygen they need:
- Language problem
- Attenuated sports performance
- Less energy and light sleep
- Engine development problem
- Poor cognitive ability
- Increased pain
- Chronic inflammation
- Premature aging of the body
A daily healthy lifestyle is very important. After all, prevention is better than cure.
Maintaining good health requires an efficient supply and distribution of oxygen. The blood pigment carries oxygen into the plasma so that it can be distributed to all cells. The human body is similar to a complex precision factory.
Metabolism occurs only when oxygen is absorbed by the body’s systems, which generate the necessary energy to maintain their vital functions and remove waste products. In fact, the residual waste in the body indicates an insufficient supply of oxygen. To maintain good physical condition, there must be a constant balance between the demand for and the supply of oxygen.