The oxygen reservoirs for the Live O2 systems are designed to be used while the air separator is running. When the reservoir is full, it is ready for use. If the air separator is off, or the reservoir is full, the reservoir will slowly release oxygen as to avoid damaging the reservoir from stretching or popping, and to ensure the user has optimum oxygen for a Live O2 session. If you have to delay your Live O2 session for a short time, the reservoir will maintain some of the oxygen that has been generated, as the deflation is slow. If you do want to store air, when you are ready to use your system, simply turn on your air separator and “top off” the reservoir to full before use. *It is important to have your air separator ON while you are using your system.
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As part of the mask assembly kit, a plastic syringe is included. This syringe is used to inflate and deflate the face mask cushioning for comfort and proper function. Ideally, the face mask cushion only needs to be 2/3 full.
To inflate: First fill the syringe with air from the room (pull the plunger back to fill the chamber with air). Then insert the tip of the syringe into the air port on the front of the face mask. This air port has a valve consisting of a plastic stopper and a small spring. While putting gentle pressure on the air port mechanism, push the air into the face mask cushion. One or two repetitions should inflate the mask properly.
To deflate: Push the syringe plunger all the way down so that the syringe can be used to pull air out. Insert the syringe on the air port mechanism in the same way as stated above, and pull the plunger back to draw air out of the cushion.
We have customized a solution to significantly reduce the noise of your LiveO2 Altitude Contrast system. The solution is one simple piece, which attaches to the end of the high altitude hose located inside the high altitude section (low oxygen side) of the reservoir.
Hold the corner of the reservoir and the high altitude oxygen feed hose in one hand.
Using your other hand, access the end of the hose inside the reservoir, through the 3″ port (along the bottom seam of the reservoir on the high altitude side).
With access to the open end of the high altitude hose, install the muffler directly into hose. The included adaptor will be needed to fit a smaller inner-diameter hose than the one shown in the pictures.
Finish by returning the high altitude hose completely back inside the high altitude reservoir with the muffler securely attached.
Trace amounts of selenium are necessary for cellular functions in many organisms, including all animals and humans. Selenium is an ingredient in many multi-vitamins and other dietary supplements.
Our selenium product, Tsel, is a fat soluble complex containing selenium, sesame oil, and tung oil. This fat soluble aspect is one thing that sets our selenium supplement apart from others. Thanks to the work of Emanuel Revici, we have an understanding that only pathogenic cells and red blood cells will bind to a free fatty acid. Healthy cells will not absorb free form fatty acids. Thus, when trying to deliver a nutrient to a sick or stressed cell, it is most optimum to attach said nutrient to a fat (lipid). Unsaturated fatty acids, specifically, are the ultimate vehicle with which to deliver nutrients to stressed cells. Tung oil is the most unsaturated fatty acid available. In bonding selenium to sesame and tung oil, our Tsel compound, we create the most efficient conditions for your stressed cells to get the selenium they need. Your body will then use the lipid bound selenium to break down stress toxins that accumulate in your cells. In addition, our Tsel blend has 1mg of selenium per drop!
To investigate the various protocols for using Tsel, follow this link: http://whnlive.com/stress/protocols/revici-selenium/
*As a footnote, modern cooking with unsaturated fats, such as olive oil, will oxidize a wide range of harmful nutrients and carry them to already sick cells to make them sicker. Healthier cooking oil options include: coconut, sunflower, avocado, sesame, safflower, and others. It has become more common, recently, for oil manufacturers to label the oils which are healthy to cook with “high heat tolerant”.
In your mask assembly kit, you should receive:
– connector piece to fit the mask to the breather hose
– syringe to inflate the mask for comfort and an air tight seal on your face
– silicone strap with which to secure the mask to your face
– mesh bag for storage of mask kit
The whole kit looks like this:
The connector piece and its attachment place look like this:
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To fit the mask, place the large rectangle at the center of the silicone piece at the back of your head and bring the straps around each side from back to front, attaching the hole at the end of each silicone strap to the corresponding raised spoke on the front of the mask. Adjust as needed to individual head size to keep the mask securely in place. Straps can be attached from back to front linearly (top strap to top spoke and bottom strap to bottom spoke on the right and then again on the left side), or, crisscross the straps on each side as they come around the back of the head and attach the top strap to the bottom spoke and bottom strap to top spoke for a more secure fit and less slippage. Place the center of the silicone strap on or above the hair when using the Live O2 equipment, as wearing the silicone strap underneath the bulk of hair will often lead to the mask slipping on the face during the exercise protocol. Women may consider pulling a pony tail or bun through the large whole in the center of the silicon strap for added stability.
We hope that you too will enjoy the improved features of the new style mask.
A prescription is not required for Live O2 or Extreme O2 training systems. …click here to read more
Yes we do. Please start with the partner survey and we will determine what affiliated program would be the best fit.
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Yes, this answer is the same for Live O2 and Extreme O2 systems. Mainly the concentrator is left on to provide make up volume for the Live O2 system. For the Extreme O2 system the concentrator also creates the oxygen depleted air so it is required to be ON during use. Leaving the concentrator on just prior to use and during use also assures that the oxygen concentration in the reservoir is also maintained. The internal membrane is designed to be slightly permeable and some mixing with air occurs. When the concentrator is not running the volume will drop and if left long enough the reservoir will slowly deflate on its own.
The high volume breathing hose can be washed as needed, although there is really not a need to frequently wash this hose if the system is being used properly. Below is a simple washing procedure for the high volume hose.
1. Wash tubing in warm, soapy water. DO NOT put in washing machine.
2. Disinfect tubing in an organic solution of one part white
vinegar and 4 parts water. Allow all parts to sit in the solution for
approximately 30 – 45 minutes.
3. Rinse all parts well with warm water and allow to air dry.