LiveO2 / Oxygen Pulse Therapy
Oxygen Pulse Therapy was first developed by Manfred von Ardenne as Oxygen Multistep Therapy. Oxygen Pulse Therapy induces a temporary maximum in plasma oxygen content, and other factors, to restore cellular oxygen delivery.
Therapy targets capillary chokes with a multiple effect pulse of elevated heartbeat, oxygen, CO2, pulse pressure, and nutrients.
Therapy seeks a perfect storm of simultaneous effects to overcome vascular chokes, and resolve cell distress.
The recipe is technically complicated, but physically simple. The model is to stack as many factors as possible, at the same time to produce the product, not the sum, of effects.
The effects that enable oxygen delivery must overcome the effects that inhibit oxygen delivery. In simple terms, more is better.
Successful therapy overwhelms inhibitors with enablers. The goal is to stack as many factors as possible at the same time in favor of success.
The model seels a perfect storm of oxygen distribution utilizing concentration, turbulence, flow, regulatory effects, and detoxification.
This table organizes therapy factors according apparent effect.
|Respiration||Sluggish and fractional||Full & turbid||Exertion->Respiratory Turbulence|
|Blood Flow||Sluggish||Turbid||Exertion -> Pulse++|
|Plasma||Saturated||Normal||Respiratory + Vascular Turbulence + O2++|
|Dispersion||Clumped||Separate||Exertion->CO2++ ->pH Regulation|
|Chokes||On||Off||O2+Plasma Saturation+Vascular Turbulence|
|pH||Acid / Alkali||Regulated||CO2 + Respiration|
The Perfect Storm
Physically the method involves three simple and safe components:
- Extra oxygen in breath;
- Exertion by exercise;
- and a Nutrient Cocktail.
The three factors, in sufficient amounts, create a perfect storm.
Progress is limited by sludge tides and fitness.
Distress areas release waste within moments of restored circulation. This release forces the body to spend energy on garbage cleanup, which leaves less energy for exertion.
Athletes recognize this as “the wall” which happens when lactic-related acids exceed the body’s ability to recycle.
In therapy, we call this a a sludge tide. Oxygen has reached a distressed area that dumped waste into circulation. Perceived strain persists until the tide is clears, usually in a few minutes.
One 15 minute session usually triggers from 1 to 3 tides.
How Many Sessions
How many sessions will I need? Well, that depends on how much sludge your body has stored.
Each session will release only as much as you can tolerate. Athletes, capable of burst-exertion, usually clean-up in under four sessions. Everybody else takes longer.
Rate of Progress
Tolerance reflects the sludge clearance a person’s body can handle in a session and this varies a lot.
Respiratory power, from a fast heart rate, and hard breath, are vascular turbulence.
This lung turbulence mixes oxygen with blood plasma. Stronger mixing forces more oxygen into blood.
More oxygen fixes more capillary chokes – faster; so respiratory power determines the rate of progress with therapy.
Less able individuals go slower because the body must start by fixing the critical systems that move oxygen.
The lungs, heart, blood and vascular system must work. Without these, oxygen cannot reach other part of the body.
Therapy affects the core systems first. Mild exertion that increases the heart rate only 10% above rest, usually increases lung and heart turbulence enough to begin the process.
Progress continues as long as the therapy repeats before earlier progress fades.
Conservative methods, appropriate for fragile indivdiuals, appropriate for a doctor’s administation are published on whnlive.com.
Overwhelmed Cori Cycle
Over 50% of NFL players who use this protocol to resolve season fatigue release enough waste to overwhelm the Cori Cycle.
When the liver floods with too much waste, the excess dumps into the digestive system.
The first clue that this is happening is gurgling under the right rib cage; The second clue is a series of loose stools lasting up to six hours.
Others have reported profuse sweating, and strong urine. These flows evidence clearance of accumlated waste, through a normal elimination pathway.
Rebooting & Well being
Oxygen Pulse Therapy reboots cell metabolism and restores cell function. Function continues until something stops it again.
A sense of improved well being almost always occurs, and persists after each session.
This improvement reflects progressive reduction of distressed tissue and restoration of normal metabolism.