Excercise with Oxygentherapy (EWOT)

New training methods with oxygen

Faster regeneration and better performance – discover our oxygen therapy

Oxygen therapy contributes to the regeneration of the organism, it slows down both the physical and mental ageing process. The immune system is strengthened and the feeling of stress can also be reduced.

Oxygen therapy is used for COPD (such as chronic bronchitis and emphysema), lung cancer, insufficient heart function (heart failure), cystic fibrosis, asthma and occupational diseases affecting the lungs, among others. Oxygen therapy can also be used for certain forms of headache (cluster headache).

Ewot Oxygen Therapie

Oxygen multistep therapy (SMT) according to Ardenne

The crowning achievement of Prof. Ardenne’s life’s work is his discoveries and developments in the medical field, which for the first time have opened up an increase in the physical and immunological powers of the organism through processes of short duration, lasting for weeks, months to years. These results form the basis of his various concepts of oxygen multistep therapy, which are currently being put to clinical use.

The universal therapy attacks the primary cause of many illnesses, ailments and complaints, which is a progressive lack of energy with increasing age, stress, etc. The energy deficiency can be remedied immediately in many cases. The elimination of the energy deficiency results in immediate relief in very many cases.

It is therefore not surprising that in just a few years, 400 centres have been established worldwide where this energy-saving new treatment method is practised.

  1. Step: 30 minutes before oxygen therapy – vitamin C or hydrogen therapy
  2. Step: 18 days of oxygen inhalation for 30 minutes each (3-4l / minute) via mask
  3. Step: Light movement

Repeat every year

Exercise with oxygen therapy (EWOT)

You will be required to perform 15 minutes of light physical activity (bicycle, treadmill, etc.) while breathing air enriched with 95% oxygen using an airtight mask: 30 seconds of exertion to increase heart rate (90-100) and 150 seconds of rest over a 15-minute period.

The advantages

  • Reduction of susceptibility to diseases
  • Increase of the energy status
  • Reduction of high blood pressure
  • Normalisation of low blood pressure
  • Formation of oxygen-rich blood plasma
  • Reduction of oedema in the capillary cells
  • Improved blood circulation, especially in the extremities
  • Higher calorie burn (30% more)
  • Longer stamina without fatigue
  • Increasing the power reserves
  • Reversal of the ageing process (“biological age” reduced by approx. 10 years)
  • Reduce the frequency of angina pectoris attacks by supporting blood flow to the coronary arteries in coronary heart disease.

The effects

Mitochondria are often referred to as cellular power plants because they change the proteins, fat and fatty acids we consume into energy for the body’s cells. A number of processes are required for them to function properly, but the most important element is oxygen. When enough oxygen is available, the mitochondria function as microscopic power plants that provide energy at the cellular level.

Conversely, when oxygen levels are low, mitochondria produce lactic acid, which leads to muscle pain and fatigue. “EWOT” exercise can also have the effect of increasing fat burning and improving endurance with less lactic acid production. This combination means better energy, faster recovery and less discomfort after a workout.

For most professional athletes, injuries are part of their lives and activities. Injury prevention, quick action and full recovery are crucial. Oxygen is used to promote the healing of injuries.
Training with oxygen therapy increases calorie consumption by 30%, which also results in fat tissue reduction.
EWOT also increases the oxygen content in the blood plasma, which improves metabolism and strengthens the immune system. It has a positive effect on chronic fatigue, recurrent headaches and muscle pain. Improves memory and concentration. “EWOT” thus enriches all parts of the body with extra oxygen and significantly reduces the risk of developing diseases and helps reduce chronic diseases. 
Stress reduces the oxygen level in the body, therefore a lack of oxygen leads to cell death, slows down brain function and the functions of other organs are affected. “EWOT” provides the body with more oxygen, reducing daily stress. The health benefits can be achieved with just one 15-minute aerobic “EWOT” exercise, performed 3 times a week.