Increasing the delivery of oxygen to the cells is beneficial for cellular function. It can be achieved using hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) which enables oxygen to be absorbed into all the body’s fluids and carried to areas where circulation is diminished. Although HBOT has been found to be beneficial in various conditions such as autism, multiple sclerosis and migraines, it can be difficult to access.
At Quantum Clinic we utilise Exercise With Oxygen Therapy (EWOT) using the LiveO2 system. This is a treatment that delivers increased levels of oxygen to the cells in a convenient way. During exercise whilst breathing 100% oxygen, your heart’s effective pumping system drives plasma-dissolved oxygen into your small capillaries and from there into your cells, reaching even inflamed areas with poor circulation.
Natural active phytochemicals are synchronized with EWOT in order to achieve maximum tissue delivery and support your immune system.
Thus, the body’s cells are flooded with rich oxygen, vital nutrients and potent anti-inflammatory agents – a powerful combination for overcoming inflammation.
At Quantum Clinic we use an exercise bicycle during EWOT, however the form of exercise can be adapted to suit your individual capability.
Please note that we do not provide EWOT as a standalone therapy. It is included as part of a comprehensive approach in our Integrative Cancer Programme.
A close fitting mask will be fitted to your face. This is connected to a reservoir containing 100% oxygen. You will exercise at a comfortable pace for you for 10 minutes, either on an exercise bicycle, or using a form of exercise that is comfortable and achievable for you whilst breathing 100% oxygen through the mask.
The following video provides a basic explanation on the way exercise with oxygen therapy works:
Most people are able to use EWOT safely and effectively, however there are a number of medical conditions in which either the use of a high concentration of oxygen, or exercise, may be harmful.
The safety of EWOT for you will be assessed prior to treatment.
Studies have shown that oxygen helps: