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More oxygen delivered to your cells
Enjoy the anti-stress benefits of the PSH-TOIO program, an approach based on the four vital elements including chromotherapy, cellular hydration, antioxydant and oxygen therapy. The low pressure hyperbaric found in the program is the use of oxygen (ambient air) in a pressurized environment at a level greater than 1 Absolute Atmosphere (ATA). Normally, oxygen is carried throughout the body by red blood cells. Through hyperbaric pressure, red blood cells become saturated with oxygen which allows them to dissolve and penetrate body fluids, blood plasma, lymph, central nervous system (cerebrospinal) fluids, vital organs and transport oxygen towards areas where circulation is reduced or blocked. The increased oxygen significantly elevates the ability of white blood cells to kill bacteria, reduce swelling, and allow new blood vessels to grow in affected areas faster.
A non-invasive physiological method to nourish cells, tissues and organs including the brain.
Low pressure Hyperbaric
Science & hyperbaric at 1.3ATA
At constant temperature and saturation, the quantity of a given gas dissolves in a given liquid in proportion to the partial pressure of that gas in equilibrium with that liquid.
Basically, Henry’s Law definition explains that pressure is required for a gas (oxygen) to effectively dissolve in a liquid (blood). It also explains that oxygen goes from a higher density (lungs) to a lower density (tissues) to reach equilibrium.
At constant temperature;
A) The volume of a gas is inversely proportional to the pressure;
B) The density of a gas is directly proportional to the pressure.
The more the pressure increases, the more the size of the oxygen molecules decreases which allows a greater concentration in the alveoli (membrane of the lungs) which can be transferred into the blood plasma by diffusion. Just like a can of soft drink contains CO2 under pressure, your body contains more oxygen through pressure.
The volume of a given mass of a gas is directly proportional to its temperature. The more the pressure increases, the more the temperature rises, which is why it is hotter inside the chamber. The increase in temperature has a direct effect on the volume of gas resulting in a greater volume of oxygen available to your cells. To remedy the heat, we have a cooling system for greater comfort.
In 2000, the FDA approved the hyperbaric 1.3 ATA for discomfort at high altitudes
Hyperbaric has been used for several decades and the scientific literature very well documented. The 1.3ATA (ambient air) flexible chamber hyperbaric received US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval in 2000 for high altitude discomfort. Thanks to the exceptional work of hundreds of doctors and scientists around the world, the hyperbaric is becoming an increasingly accessible technological tool.