There are no age limits for the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy, which improves your ability to remember, think creatively and concentrate.
In practice, the only cost of operating the chamber is the cost of electricity. A chamber with 1.5 ATA pressure and an oxygen output of 10 l / min takes 1.6 kW, ie the cost of 1 hour of chamber operation is equal to the price of 1.6 kWh of electricity.
We can take with us any items that help us relax and spend time in a pleasant way. These can be, for example, books, board games, coloring books, etc. You can also take with you some physical exercises such as a training rubber.
In the hyperbaric chamber we can wear any loose cotton clothes that provide breathability and freedom of movement are preferable.
Traditional hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) often takes place in hard chambers and usually in the presence of a trained technician or doctor, using 100% oxygen and a pressure in excess of 2.0 ATA. Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy (mHBOT) is usually carried out in soft (inflatable) chambers using a pressure between 1.2 and 1.5 ATA. Chambers for mHBOT purposes are designed for individual users or smaller clinics and commercial outlets. These chambers allow treatment with significantly reduced risk of fire and oxygen poisoning as compared to HBOT therapy.
Mild hyperbaric oxygen therapy (mHBOT) is a therapy in which the person staying inside (usually the inflatable chamber) breathes a mixture with an increased oxygen content under conditions of elevated atmospheric pressure between 1.2 and 1.5 ATA. This is the pressure that prevails at a depth of two to five meters underwater. This therapy is completely safe and can be used in many places, including at home.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is an effective method of delivering oxygen to all organs and tissues of the body. It involves breathing air with a very high oxygen content in a chamber where there is a higher than atmospheric pressure.
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