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In the past, altitude training was reserved for professional athletes who had to travel to the mountains for it. Today, it is possible to serve the broad masses with an IHHT altitude training device.
The wide field of application attracts new interested people every day, who want to use the advantages of IHHT altitude training. Fill the demand in the market with our IHHT height training device.
Due to our highest production standards, our IHHT device can meet almost all requirements. Predefined training programs, using rule algorithms proven from clinical tests and studies, provide optimized training environments for the user.
However, with the simple app control, it is also easy to define a custom training program for each user, tailored to their specific needs.
Our IHHT devices are mostly used in medical, physio, health or performance centers. Nevertheless, our products are ideal for gyms or even for new start-ups. With us you get an excellent product quality for a practice-proven training system. In addition you need low personnel expenditure.
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Interval Hypoxia-Hyperoxia Training (IHHT) is a form of simulated altitude training in which the air pressure remains constant and only the oxygen content of the breathing air varies. In this training, participants take alternating doses of low-oxygen and high-oxygen air. This simulates the ascent and descent of a mountain and trains the body to use oxygen efficiently, similar to altitude training. IHHT can be performed with specialized hypoxia equipment and masks.
It is of great importance to understand that the results of IHHT may vary depending on the training condition, individual response and the intensity and duration of the oxygen reduction phases. To develop a safe and effective IHHT program, we recommend the assistance of a qualified professional.
Each person is individual, so there is no standardized answer to the optimal duration, frequency and intensity of IHHT. It depends on your personal circumstances, goals, body reactions, and possible side effects. However, here are a few general recommendations:
Duration: a typical IHHT session typically lasts 30 to 50 minutes, with hypoxia and hyperoxia phases lasting 3-5 minutes each.
Frequency: for a training period of four to six weeks, we ideally recommend IHHT sessions two to three times per week to give your body enough time to adapt and recover.
Intensity: During the hypoxia phases, the oxygen concentration is usually between 9% and 15%, which corresponds to a simulated altitude of about 3,000 to 5,000 meters.
At the beginning, short tests are made to determine which dosage is the right one. In the second step, the oxygen content in the blood and the pulse are determined using a pulse oximeter. In the last step a breathing mask is put on. The application is done comfortably while lying down. One breathes in the different oxygen concentrations in a relaxed manner. Another accompanying measurement of heart rate variability shows how well the body can compensate for the training.
One can usually assume 3 to 5 months. Other factors such as diet, supplements and exercise as well as regular breathing training are also very important. Ideally, you should integrate regular IHHT training into your daily routine to reap the benefits.
The statutory health insurance companies do not yet pay for IHHT therapy. Private health insurance usually covers the costs of the therapy. If you are unsure about the coverage of costs, please clarify this with your health insurance.
Training sessions for self-payers approx. 50 to 70 €.
Therapy sessions with doctors or alternative practitioners about 70 to 100 €.
Mild headaches may occur at the beginning, which often disappear one day after the treatment. This side effect is especially noticeable during intensive traninig units. Mild fatigue or exhaustion are also possible.