Oxygen Therapy is where you breathe oxygen while you exercise on a stationary bicycle for fifteen minutes.
Its really not difficult. And German Researchers have proved in the 1970's that this has endless benefits.
Ultimate Health Clinic is proud to bring this therapy to Ireland to benefit the young and the old.
Benefits of using OXYGEN Therapy:
Stimulate Brain Activity & stimulate the immune system
Help recover from stress related illnesses
Slow down (or reverse) the process of aging
Prevent age related diseases such as cancer, macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetes, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and many more
Raise your energy levels
Build endurance and strength
Detox your blood and increases the diameter of blood vessels that provide oxygen and nutrients to tissues and cells
Calms Anxiety and reduces stress
Eases tension headaches
Remedies irregular sleep patterns
Prevents Lactic Acid Build Up
Helps with cardiovascular activity
Health consultations and learning how to maintain our optimum health is essential to our total wellbeing
Exercising for a few minutes with oxygen is a technique that offers great therapeutic results. Basically, the higher levels of oxygen in the lungs creates a greater head of pressure to drive oxygen into the pulmonary capillaries.
The exercise moves the circulation faster ensuring a greater oxygen carriage throughout the body. Initially, the oxygen pressure in the veins rises, as more oxygen is getting through it allows the capillaries to repair their oxygen transfer mechanism. Getting more oxygen is always a good idea.
We are born with the knowledge of how to breath, our body engages the diaphragm and we take deep breaths that fill our body with energy and vitality but as time goes by and we begin to stress and worry then we create a new habit – taking shorter breaths. We forget to take time out to focus on our breathing and this creates many tensions in the body as we get older. Even the practice of ‘sucking in’ the stomach for a slimmer waistline pushes us to a shallower breath this is less satisfying for the body and creates more ‘chest breathing’.