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Women exercising while using o2 therapy

O2 Peak Performance

O2 Peak Performance utilizes varying concentrations of oxygen during exercise and is scientifically proven to restore health. For the individual who is looking to oxygenate blood in their body, potentially reduce inflammation, increase energy, increase endurance, and maintain optimal health, O2 Peak Performance is an effective and efficient option.


O2 Peak Performance may: increase oxygen circulation in the body, help restore blood flow, and increase production of fuel for cells (ATP). Because of the cascading effects of these three potential benefits, it may also benefit the body in the following ways:

  • Increase immunity
  • Improve cardiovascular health
  • Improve vision
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Accelerate recovery from illness or injury
  • Support lung function/respiratory system
  • Boost energy
  • Improve physical performance
  • Improve mental capacity/memory
  • Assist in weight loss
  • Allow for faster recovery after workouts
  • Promote detoxification

Studies have shown that oxygen helps in the following ways:

  • Stimulate brain activity
  • Increase memory capacity
  • Boost concentration
  • Increase mental alertness
  • Raise energy levels
  • Improve strength
  • Build endurance
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Reduce stress
  • Calm anxiety
  • Alleviate tension headaches
  • Remedy irregular sleeping patterns
  • Help with cardiovascular activity
  • Detoxify your blood
  • Prevent lactic acid build up
  • Aid in anti-aging

What can I expect during O2 Peak Performance?

You will wear athletic wear and remove jewelry, watches, and personal belongings. You will sit on a recumbent bike and receive oxygen with a mask or nasal cannula from an oxygen generator. You will pedal at a steady speed while maintaining a stable head position and comfortable posture. As the session proceeds, the oxygen saturation will change at intervals. Due to exercise and physical exertion, you may perspire during the 15 minute session. Some people feel fatigued at the end of a session, and others feel energized and clear headed. For people who haven’t exercised in a long time and/or don’t have the stamina to endure a full session, it is best to begin gradually at 3-5 minutes and progress from there. Please consult your doctor in advance.