mHBOT, Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
This is a service provided by ATLANTIS-Wellbeing shops in which a person is exposed to increased atmospheric pressure inside an inflatable chamber. The typical pressure reaches between 1.1 and 1.5 atmospheres, which can also be expressed as 3 to 6 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch). The increase in pressure allows more oxygen to reach the cells of the body, which has many healing and therapeutic benefits.
Is it safe?
Yes, the Hyperbaric Chamber is completely safe. Since the ATLANTIS-Wellbeing chambers use filtered ambient air, with the addition of an oxygen mask at lower pressure then the larger medical unit, they can be used more regularly. The majority of ATLANTIS-Wellbeing’s clients report a pleasant, comfortable experience. In addition, mHBOT can safely be combined with most other therapies. Always remember to consult your doctor and your ATLANTIS-Wellbeing practitioner before starting any new treatment.

How does Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Work?mild_hyperbaric_oxygen
According to Henry’s Law of Physics, an increase in atmospheric pressure allows for more gas to be dissolved into any given liquid.

Henry’s law is displayed in every can of soda. When soda is canned at the factory, it is put under pressure so that more carbon dioxide can be dissolved into the soda, causing it to be carbonated. When the can is opened, the pressure is released. Without the pressure to keep the gas dissolved, the soda will become flat in a few hours.

This same principal applies to oxygen and plasma, the liquid part of blood. When the body is under pressure, plasma, cerebral fluid, and synovial fluid, will dissolve more oxygen than they would if they were not under pressure. Not only does this increase the amount of available oxygen to the tissues, it allows oxygen to reach areas of the body that would normally be difficult to reach.

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