COVID-19 has been a much-needed reminder of the importance of oxygen and what can happen if we don’t have enough of it. If we want to protect ourselves against illness both now and in the future, we have to find ways to increase our oxygen levels.
When we think of oxygen, many of us think of ventilators. While those can be effective for people in advanced stages of illness, we shouldn’t need to get to that point. How can we use oxygen as a preventative measure, instead of a cure?
Is oxygen limited to minimizing illness, or can we use it to optimize our bodies too?
In this episode, Clinical Director of New Jersey HBOT and HBOT USA, Dr. Jason Sonners joins me to discuss the benefits of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.
Why we shouldn’t rely on our existing oxygen levels alone:
Many of us think we have “enough” oxygen in our bodies, but we shouldn’t be settling for the bare minimum. We never know what might go wrong, so it’s better to be prepared by building a surplus reservoir.
The importance of having the right hyperbaric oxygen chamber:
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy helps us increase our absorption of the air around us, so it’s vital that the air is clean. Invest in a chamber with a good filtration system.
How to use hyperbaric oxygen therapy as maintenance:
The results of hyperbaric oxygen therapy are cumulative. To get to the point where we’re only using it to maintain our optimization, we have to start off strong and spend more time in the chamber upfront.
Dr. Jason Sonners is the Clinical Director of New Jersey HBOT and HBOT USA. He was first drawn to hyperbaric to work on a neuropathy that wasn’t responding to any other methods, and after seeing amazing results he hasn’t looked back since. Today, Dr. Sonners uses hyperbaric oxygen, nutrition, herbal therapies, and detoxifications to help improve the quality of life for all his patients. Dr. Sonners is also the author of Oxygen Under Pressure: Using Hyperbaric Oxygen to Restore Health, Reduce Inflammation, Reverse Aging and Revolutionize Health Care.
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