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Whole-Person Wellness|Lifestyle and Fitness|Learning|Multi-sensory|Focus and Attention|Memory|Peak Performance

BRAIN FIT, MIND FIT, BODY FIT 

PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN/MEDICAL PROVIDERS BEFORE USING mHBOT. Use of mHBOT is NOT a CURE and is not a substitute for your medical provider's advice and treatment. A client intake form is required before using the chamber.

 mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (mHBOT) - Activate your body's natural healing abilities with cutting edge therapy.


Beneficial for:

Circulation, Immunity
Severe infections, Insomnia
Brain conditions, Autism, ADHD, MS
Stroke, Heart attack, PTSD
Chronic pain and fatigue
Stress, Detox, Anti-ageing and more...


Check out Hyperbaric Oxygenation Effects on Blood Flow.

  • NFL athletes own mHBOT chambers to help them heal up quickly after injury.
  • Hollywood celebrities use for skin.
  • Veterans use to remedy PTSD.
  • Stroke victims use to encourage full recovery.
  • And many more use mHBOT.


Check out HBOT -
Hollywood's Best Kept Beauty Secret. Experience instant rejuvenation and stress relief.

Benefits:


“We may benefit greatly from our technological advancements, but we now are left to deal with the toxic side effects. Personal hyperbaric therapy has become a critical treatment for detoxing the body.”
-- Dr. Kyle Vandyke, Medical Advisor to the International Hyperbarics Association.

Oxygen, the ultimate source of healing and well-being.

Lack vitamin D? Osteoporosis in 3-4 years.
Lack vitamin C? Scurvy in 3-4 months.
Lack oxygen? Brain dead in 3-4 minutes.

Oxygen is very, very essential for life. It is involved with all the body’s vital functions, and we require a continual supply of oxygen to survive. Sadly, in the environment we live in, there is a gradual decline of oxygen available in the air we breathe. Many scientists believe that there is only 19% of oxygen available in the air currently.
Automobileexhaustfactory emissions and planetary deforestation are the greatest causes of lowered oxygen content in the air. Foods that have been processed, cooked and preserved through canning tend to be very low in oxygen content. High fat foods like meat, eggs and dairy products tend to be lower in oxygen as well. As a result, we have a significant decreased of oxygen in our blood. This oxygen deficiency is overlooked, and most often, mistaken to be of disease origin.


The question, therefore, becomes apparent: how do you get more oxygen, so that your body can feel better? The answer is, by increasing the pressure of oxygen found in the environment, so that the oxygen as gas becomes
solublein

liquid. The carbonation of soda in factories using carbon dioxide as an agent is an example of this phenomenon. Using the same principle applied to the body, the gaseous oxygen dissolves into the liquid portion of body. When oxygen is increased in density, oxygen becomes easily available to all cells, tissues, and organs for all its metabolic functions for healing and well-being. Through Henry’s Law, we are able to answer the question “how do you get more oxygen?” satisfactorily. Indeed, through hyperbaric chambers, oxygen is better taken up by cells, so one would feel better right away!

FDA  medical reviews and publications

The Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Committee of Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS)-an organization representing physicians, nurses and technicians in the field of hyperbaric medicine-met with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and recommended HBOT for 14 specific conditions. These are the following:

1.    Air or Gas Embolism
2.    Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
       Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Complicated By Cyanide Poisoning
3.    Clostridial Myositis and Myonecrosis (Gas Gangrene)
4.    Crush
Injury, 
CompartmentSyndrome and Other Acute Traumatic Ischemias
5.    Decompression Sickness
6.    Arterial Insufficiencies: 
            Central Retinal Artery Occlusion
            Enhancement of Healing In Selected Problem Wounds
7.    Severe Anemia
8.    Intracranial Abscess
9.    Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections
10.  Osteomyelitis (Refractory)
11.  Delayed Radiation Injury (Soft Tissue and Bony Necrosis)
12.  Compromised Grafts and Flaps
13.  Acute Thermal Burn Injury 
14.  Idiopathic Sudden Sensorineural  Hearing Loss (New! approved on
October8,2011
by the UHMS Board of Directors)


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