Boerner Vitalzentrum

FAQ

Is altitude therapy suitable (oxygen cell training) for everyone?

Apart from the contraindications, yes. There is no age limit from 18 years upwards

What are possible causes for stressed mitochondria that are no longer as productive?
  • Psychological stress (fears, worries, stress)
  • Wrong diet (too many carbohydrates, not enough micronutrients, fast food, convenience products with lots of sugar)
  • Luxury foods (alcohol, tobacco – also for passive smokers)
  • Medications (antibiotics, beta-blockers, cholesterol-lowering drugs, painkillers)
  • Chronic inflammations
  • Extreme sports (e.g. marathon)
  • Toxins (heavy metals, pesticides, additives, plasticizers)
  • Natural aging
How much does the OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING cost?
The OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING costs 75€ per training. Billing is according to the current fee schedule for physicians (GOÄ).
Are the costs covered by health insurance?
The costs are NOT covered by the statutory health insurance.
Private health insurance companies partially cover the costs. Upon request, a cost estimate for approval by the private health insurance can be issued before the start of the training.
How long does altitude therapy last?
One training session lasts between 35 and 45 minutes
How often should I do OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING?
It depends on the indication and your state of health. Recommended are usually a total of 10 to 20 sessions, 1 to 2 times a week.
What do I have to consider before the OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING?
  • If possible do not eat for 2-4 hours, drinking a little is ok
  • Empty your bladder before training
  • relax as much as possible
What do I have to pay attention to during the OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING?
  • Relax
  • Breathe evenly and calmly through the nose if possible
  • If you like listen to relaxing music
What do I have to pay attention to after OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING?
  • Drink some water
  • 2 hours break before you start a physical workout
When should the OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING not be performed?
  • Acute infections
  • Acute headache or migraine
  • Fever
  • Heart valve defect
  • Under the influence of alcohol or drugs
  • Pregnancy in the first 3 months
Is there a guarantee that the OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING will help me?
There is no guarantee, but if used correctly and with the right indication, OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING helps the vast majority of people.
Does the feeling of shortness of breath occur during exercise?
No, you hardly notice the difference between oxygen-rich and oxygen-poor air, only the air may smell slightly different. You may notice that your heart beats a little faster and stronger at the time of the low-oxygen phase.
Is OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING dangerous?
The OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING is absolutely harmless. Your heart rate and your oxygen saturation in the blood are continuously monitored and recorded. If critical values are reached, the device recognizes this immediately and counteracts it, e.g. with oxygen supply or automatically interrupts the training.
What are the hygiene measures?
You will receive your own respiratory mask including virus filter. Please bring this back with you to every training session. There are also filters in the ventilator itself, so that disease transmission via the breathing air can be ruled out. Furthermore, the usual hygiene measures of a medical practice are of course observed and guaranteed after each training session.
How does ventilation via the mask work?
The ventilator (Cellair®) is a highly developed medical device from the company Cellgym®. Ambient air is drawn in through several filters and oxygen can be extracted from the air or additionally added via a specific process. The air then enters the lungs through a respiratory tube via a respiratory mask.
Are there any negative side effects?
The OXYGEN-CELL-TRAINING is practically free of side effects. Some people feel a little tired at the beginning after the training, others immediately feel much more vital.
Where can I get more information about this topic?
I recommend the book “Cell Training” by Dr. Egor Egorov (ISBN 978-9822267-1-2). He is one of Europe’s leading hypoxia experts. The book is written in a very informative and exciting way for both laymen and experts. It has inspired me personally to look further into the subject of oxygen cell therapy.