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Article: Hyperbaric vs. Hypoxic Therapy at Repose

Hyperbaric vs. Hypoxic Therapy at Repose
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Hyperbaric vs. Hypoxic Therapy at Repose

Today, let’s demystify two advanced therapies: Hyperbaric and Hypoxic—each with its unique approach to enhancing your health.

What is Hyperbaric Therapy?

Hyperbaric Therapy involves a sealed, pressurised chamber where you breathe in pure oxygen in a controlled setting. This elevated pressure environment (1.5 to 3 times normal atmospheric pressure) saturates your body with oxygen, significantly enhancing the natural healing process and stimulating cell regeneration.


  1. Wound Healing: Accelerates the healing process of chronic wounds and infections.
  2. Decompression Sickness: A critical treatment for divers.
  3. Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Rapidly clears carbon monoxide from the bloodstream.
  4. Enhanced Recovery: Used by athletes to recover faster from injuries.


What is Hypoxic Therapy?

Conversely, Hypoxic Therapy, or altitude training, mimics the air conditions you would experience at high altitudes. By breathing air with reduced oxygen levels (9-16% oxygen concentration), your body adapts by boosting red blood cell production and improving oxygen efficiency.


  1. Improved Endurance: Boosts stamina and endurance through increased red blood cell count.
  2. Enhanced Athletic Performance: Athletes enhance performance by simulating high-altitude conditions.
  3. Metabolic Health: Supports metabolic function and assists in weight management.
  4. Cardiovascular Efficiency: Improves heart function and cardiovascular health.

Whether you’re looking to enhance physical performance, speed up recovery, or support your body’s natural healing mechanisms, Repose has a solution tailored just for you.

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