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Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy involves you sitting or lying down inside a soft-shell hyperbaric chamber, just like the one in these photos. Once inside, the chamber is inflated to either 1.15 ATA or 1.3 ATA. For reference 1.0 ATA is the atmospheric air pressure we all experience every day. The nasal cannula is then popped in place so you are breathing about 95% oxygen for a duration of somewhere between 30 - 90 minutes, depending on your protocol. It's that simple! 

How mHBOT works

What is mHBOT?

mHBOT isn't a cure, but it does hugely enhance your body's ability to heal itself.

While you're inside a pressurised oxygen chamber, your mitochondria will be saturated with life-giving oxygen. This stimulates the production of stem cells, reduces inflammation and recovery time, heals your tissues, increases your energy levels, and even reverses the aging process.

Turn back the clock

Research shows that regular use of HBOT actually reverses the aging process.

Israeli scientists calculated the biological age of 35 adults over the age of 64, by measuring the damage caused to chromosomes through the natural aging process. After five HBOT treatments of 90 minutes per week, over a period of three months, and with varying rates of oxygen, the scientists measured the chromosomes again.  They found that, at a cellular level at least, the participants bodies' were back to the same as they had been 25 years earlier!  Professor Shai Efrai said "This study is proof that the cellular basis for the aging process can be reversed".

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mHBOT can help

mHBOT maximises the body's ability to fight all sorts of conditions, including long Covid, cognitive decline, concussion, strokes, Alzheimer's disease, fibromyalgia and traumatic brain injuries. 

What's the difference between mHBOT and hard-shell hospital hyperbarics?

Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is quite different to the higher pressures experienced inside hard-shell Hyperbaric Chambers operated in hospitals around New Zealand. Those chambers are capable of much higher pressures and are able to treat a much wider range of clinical conditions including wounds and gangrene. 

Research shows that the mild version of HBOT is safer, gentler and better at treating cognitive issues and long Covid. 

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