Oxygen For Sports
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What are the benefits of Supplemental Oxygen when doing sports?
The next time you watch sports games or marathons, see if you can notice staff in team tents or benches offering oxygen to their athletes! Having supplemental oxygen available at sports games allow athletes to breathe easier when they haven’t adjusted to the elevation. It is more difficult to breathe at higher altitudes because oxygen molecules are further apart (less dense). However, the level of oxygen in the air remains the same. This means that at high elevation, they are actually getting less oxygen with each breath they take.
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What is a Hyperbaric Oxygen Cocoon?
Hyperbaric Oxygen Cocoon, or mHBOT, is a wellness session tool that can be used by athletes, busy working adults and/or wellness seekers. mHBOT is like a cocoon. When you enter it, you are immediately immersed in oxygen with air pressure levels at 1.4 ata, 40% higher than the average. The goal is to fill the body with enough oxygen to rejuvenate tired muscles, boost skin rejuvenation and promote overall wellness.
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HBOT can help with recovery time.
Think of HBOT like a fast-forward button for healing and recovery. By flushing tissues with high levels of oxygen, athletes may experience benefits like:
- Increased stem cell activation
- Faster bone and cartilage regeneration
- Reduced muscle fatigue and exhaustion
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HBOT boosts performance
Many endurance athletes train at higher altitudes to increase red blood cell production and improve the oxygen-carrying capabilities of their blood. Many athletes have been turning to HBOT treatments to see similar gains in performance by increasing circulation and oxygenation in their blood.
Whether you are a professional athlete, or just someone who engages in sports, the HBOT is worth a try!
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