Muscle Recovery

  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy
  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy
  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy
  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy
  • Naneau Oxygen Nanobubble Water and Health Clinics - Oxygen therapy

Oxygen in Muscle Recovery

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Sports professionals as well as many other medical condition suffers rely on Oxygen therapy to increase recovery times.

Strength comes from recovery, and recovery hinges on your body’s consumption of oxygen. So what happens during exercise? ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate and is the energy source used by cells. First, your muscles use the ATP stored in your body; once oxygen levels get low, myoglobin, which is how oxygen is stored in your muscles, is used to fill the void. Your blood vessels expand to allow oxygen-rich blood to flow more freely to your muscles, and your heart rate increases. As exercise continues, your glycogen stores are depleted as they produce lactic acid, and your body becomes exhausted without the fuel to keep it going.

When you’ve finished exercising, your body is in oxygen debt. You’ve used up the stores of ATP, glycogen, and myoglobin. Oxygen is required to refill all of these deficiencies, which is why this simple compound is so crucial to your recovery. Four things take place during recovery.

  1. Steady breathing begins to replenish the oxygen in your body, which helps to refill the myoglobin oxygen stores in your muscles.
  2. When you down a protein shake or even a chocolate bar, oxygen is used to convert this food into glucose, to refill your body’s glycogen supplies.
  3. Then the combination of glycogen and oxygen works to restore ATP levels in your body, which has been depleted completely.
  4. Finally, you’ve got all of the built up lactic acid in the kidneys and liver to deal with. Oxygen is required to break this acid down in order to convert it to pyruvic acid, which is then broken down into ATP.

All four main stages of recovery require a great deal of oxygen, which is why supplementing with concentrated oxygen such as Naneau Boost, after exercise, injury or fatigue can have a profound effect on recovery.

Oxygen at pressures above atmospheric is used as a therapy to treat sports injuries, from acute injury to muscle contusions and ankle sprains. It is also used in treatment of joint, ligament, and tendon injuries with the main aim of reducing recovery time. Oxygen is essential to the tissues in the body and any tissue injury requires oxygen for healing. The body normally heals itself using oxygen from air: increased oxygen concentration can extend the body’s ability to heal. Many athletes, both professional and amateur, are now becoming involved with their care, recovery and well-being. One of the treatments they are choosing is to breathe pure oxygen under pressure. rugby

The benefits of oxygen therapy can include:

  • Increasing the supply of oxygen to injured areas,
  • Reduced swelling and pain, anti-inflammatory benefits
  • Quicker healing of soft tissues, ligaments and fractures,
  • Prevention of hypoxia of the traumatised tissues,
  • Enhanced ability of white blood cells to kill bacteria and prevent infection,
  • Reduction of scar tissue formation,
  • Helping you return to peak performance in your sport sooner.

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