EWOT (Exercise With Oxygen Training) Mask
If you want to obtain all of the benefits of EWOT, it is critical that you wear an EWOT Mask. This is the only way that you can access all of the oxygen that the oxygen concentrator is producing. If you wear a Nasal Cannula or an aviation style oxygen head set, you will obtain only ½ of the oxygen.
Longevity’s EWOT Mask is high quality, non-toxic, and BPA free.
If you would like more information about why the EWOT Mask is so important, read on….
- German Research has proven you need to breathe at least 8 Liters Per Minute in order to benefit from EWOT.
- Remember: while you exercise, you are only breathing in ½ of the time, and you are breathing out the other ½ of the time.
- When you are breathing in you will be breathing the oxygen from the oxygen concentrator. But what happens when you breathe out?
- If you are wearing a Nasal Cannula or an oxygen head set (that looks like a telephone head set) when you are breathing out the oxygen coming from the oxygen concentrator leaks into the room and is lost to you.
- If you are wearing our EWOT Mask the oxygen goes into a bag and is saved for you.
- Now when you inhale (wearing the EWOT Mask) you inhale the oxygen from the bag and also the oxygen coming from the oxygen concentrator. Therefore none of the oxygen is lost. You get all 8 Liters Per Minute that is delivered from the oxygen concentrator.
Remember: If you use a Nasal Cannula (or “Nose Hose”) or an “Aviation Style Oxygen Headset” as suggested by some companies, the oxygen that is coming from the oxygen concentrator when you are exhaling will be released into the air around you and is lost. Therefore you will only ever be able to breathe ½ of the oxygen that is produced by the oxygen concentrator, and you would therefore not receive the benefits of EWOT.
This therefore underlines the necessity of using the EWOT Oxygen Mask every time you perform EWOT.
Are you curious? This is how the EWOT Mask Works….
The EWOT Mask is essential to ensure that you have access to all of the oxygen that is produced by Oxygen Concentrator. The system works as follows:
- When you inhale the oxygen is drawn directly from the oxygen line coming from the oxygen concentrator into the mask and into your lungs. Easy.
- This is where it gets a bit more complicated. When you exhale, this would normally be the time when the oxygen coming from the oxygen concentrator escapes into the air around you and is lost (you are exhaling, so where else would it go?). However, the EWOT Mask is designed so that during your exhalation process two things happen:
- The oxygen from the oxygen concentrator enters the bag hanging from the mask and is stored there until you need it (until you inhale).
- Your exhaled air (which contains mainly CO2 or “carbon dioxide”) is allowed to escape from the mask through vents in the side of the mask. This ensures that you don’t ‘rebreathe’ the CO2
- When you inhale again two things happen:
- The valve between the reservoir bag and the mask opens, allowing you to inhale all of the oxygen that was saved for you in the bag. This is the oxygen that would have been released into the air while you were exhaling, and would have been wasted.
- The oxygen line to the oxygen concentrator is also open, allowing you to breathe the oxygen directly from the oxygen concentrator.
If your Oxygen Concentrator is producing 8 Liters Per Minute and you are wearing an EWOT Mask = you breathe 8 Liters Per Minute of purified Oxygen.
If your Oxygen Concentrator is producing 8 Liters Per Minute and you are wearing a Nasal Cannul (Nose Hose) or an Aviation Style Headset = you breathe 4 Liters Per Minute of Oxygen.
To realize the full benefit of performing EWOT and enjoy the results use only the official EWOT Mask provided by Longevity Resources Inc.!
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