BrainO2 Protocol

The

BrainO2

Protocol

This protocol super-oxygenates the brain. It works by first challenging the body to maximize blood flow to the brain, and then repeatedly switching to oxygen for brief bursts.

The protocol utilizes hypoxic vascular reflexes to increase blood flow to the brain by up to 400% (Cipolla). Brief switches to rich oxygen pulse plasma levels by 600% (Ardenne p-16) during maximum blood flow. Switching enables unprecedented brain oxygenation up to 24x normal levels.

The BrainO2 Protocol

Overview

Goal Establish simultaneous maximum of blood flow and oxygen blood concentration to the brain, liver and kidneys to optimize function.
When Used Anytime maximum neurological or cognitive performance is necessary.
Difficulty Moderate/Difficult
Detox Intensity Medium
Time 15 Minutes
Frequency Once daily typical; twice daily for health restoration
Typical Response Significant improvement in cognitive function, executive function, and motor control
Relative Performance Significant effect on all body systems and immune system.
Tools
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Safe Exercise Equipment. This protocol requires pushing yourself under hypoxic challenge to reduce brain oxygenation until the body compensates by prioritizing blood flow to the brain. This temporarily compromises coordination.

The BrainO2 Protocol

The Protocol

Considerations

This protocol is recommended after you have done several Basic Whole Body Flush sessions.

However, you may skip the step above if you are willing to accept the discomfort that may occur during an immune rally. Occurs 48 hours after LiveO2 training resulting in a fever of up to 102 degrees and lasting for 6–24 hours. The effect is modeled as an up-regulation in white blood cell activity enabled by higher oxygen levels in body fluids, including lymph.

Only attempt this protocol on secure exercise equipment. This protocol uses cerebral hypoxia to trigger the auto-adaptive reflex. This trigger uses oxygen minimum to open vascular flow path to the brain as an adaptive response. During this minimum the user will experience dizziness, discomfort and decreased coordination.

Procedure

  1. Fill the oxygen reservoir
  2. Put on the mask and connect
  3. Set the system to +O2
  4. Exercise for 5 minutes at strong but aerobic pace. You should encounter only mild exertion challenges
  5. Switch to -O2 and watch your pulse oximeter reading
  6. Moderate hypoxic sprint until your oximeter reading reaches 85% — usually 2 minutes
  7. Sprint 1 — Spin up sprint — mild hypoxic challenge
    • Sprint for 15 seconds at maximum output
    • Switch to high oxygen and continue sprint 15 seconds on +O2
    • Switch back to -O2 — prolongs challenge
    • Rest on -O2 for 30 seconds — rest but not recover
  8. Sprint 2 — Escalated hypoxic challenge followed by re-oxygenation
    • Sprint for 15 seconds at maximum output (still hypoxic -O2)
    • Switch to high oxygen and continue sprint 15 seconds on +O2
    • Discontinue sprint and remain +O2
    • Recover on +O2 until you feel ready to go on
    • The purpose of this stage is escalated whole body detox
  9. Aggressive Hypoxic Challenge — Switch to -O2
  10. Hold a moderate aerobic pace until the following all occur:
    • PO2 drops below 80%
    • You get dizzy and then feel better (be sure you are using exercise equipment you feel secure on)
    • Once you "feel better" it indicates your body has compensated for "low" oxygen by a dramatic increase in blood flow to the brain. You will probably also feel or hear your "heart pounding" in your head. Research shows this increase in flow is in the range of 400%
    • At this point you are ready to do a series of oxygen pulses which will deliver short bursts of oxygen but maintain the elevated blood flow.
  11. The next sprints deliver bursts of oxygen to the brain using brief, about 5 second oxygen bursts. The brief rests on -O2 do not enable recovery. The goal is to "pulse" oxygen into your system and to "keep going" with only as much recovery as it takes to repeat the sprint. This prevents the body from reducing blood flow to the brain.
    • Sprint 25 seconds -O2
    • Switch to +O2
    • Sprint 5 seconds
    • Switch back to -O2 and rest for 10-30 seconds
    • Repeat 2-10 times until you start to feel strong (many report feeling "superhuman")
  12. Sprint 5 — the oxygen burn
    • Sprint 15 seconds on -O2
    • Switch to +O2
    • Power exert 1 minute on +O2, breathe deep and hard (this maximizes whole body oxygenation to unprecedented levels)
  13. Remain on +O2 and reduce exertion to a moderate level and cool down
  14. Continue breathing oxygen until pulse drops 100 BPM.

Optional Nutrients

  • Magnesium Orotate/Aspartate 500 mg
  • Thiamine 100 mg
  • Vitamin C 500 mg
  • 500 mg Arginine Alpha-ketoglutarate

** Supplemental nutrients are not usually necessary to achieve the documented protocol effect.

The BrainO2 Protocol

Explanation

This protocol creates simultaneous maximums of blood flow and oxygen concentration to the brain. Simultaneous maximums do not occur in any other known method. The conditions that trigger maximum blood flow are created by minimum oxygenation. Conversely, the conditions of maximum oxygen availability, normally trigger minimum oxygen flow.

Physiologically, these conditions are mutually exclusive.

Triggering Maximum Flow

Blood volume to brain during hypoxic exertion challenge

This protocol utilizes blood-brain switch. The chart above shows when the body prioritizes blood flow to the brain. This is where the green graph shoots upwards. Dizziness occurs as the functional brain oxygenation decreases until the body responds by vasodilation to maximize the flow to the brain.

The doppler measurements show that the increase in blood volume to the brain is in the range of 400%.

Triggering Maximum Oxygenation

The BrainO2 protocol utilizes hypoxic challenge to further enhance both plasma oxygenation and tissue perfusion. The hypoxic exertion challenge creates gas transfer and respiratory turbulence conditions that exceeded von Ardenne's methods.

von Ardenne's Method

Plasma Saturation Profile

von Ardenne created conditions of maximum oxygenation by supplying unprecedented amounts of oxygen. His trick, unlike medical oxygen administrations, that provide oxygen to a patient at rest, was to supply copious oxygen simultaneous with exertion as exercise.

The exertion challenge created an elevated gas absorption, and blood flow conditions, stimulated by exertion, naturally maximized venous capillary pulse forceThe amount of pressure present at the venous end of the capillary. This is different from the Pulse Pressure because it reflects all loss of pressure that occurs between the heart and the swollen, choked end of the capillary. The Venous Capillary Pulse Force must be enough to deliver oxygenated plasma to the swollen endothelial cells to reverse inflammation. for unprecedented tissue oxygen perfusion performance. He leveraged the natural physiology of exercise.

His method leveraged three primary mechanisms, well understood in chemistry and physics, to maximize the partial pressure of oxygen in the blood plasma:

  1. The partial pressure of a gas;
  2. The contact surface area between the gas and the fluid;
  3. The turbulence of the interface.

The second element of his method leveraged respiratory excitation to enhance perfusion:

  1. A pounding heart creates a larger pulse pressure
  2. Which increases venous capillary pulse force.

His method combined maximum partial pressure and pulse pressure to overcome perfusion resistance caused by inflammation. He documented methods to increase partial pressure of oxygen in blood plasma to at least 6x normal.

The Switch Method

The switch method simultaneously utilizes multiple conditions:

  • Establish maximum blood flow to the brain by aggressive hypoxic challenge
  • Triggers systemic vasodilation by prolonged moderate hypoxic challenge to maximize whole body blood flow
  • Instant switch into to maximum oxygen during maximum blood flow to create brief simultaneous maximums of blood flow and oxygen concentration
  • Switch out of maximum oxygen before body adapts to hypoxia to create oxygen pulses to create recurring pulses.

The oxygenation potential of this method is:
4x blood flow X 6x oxygenation = 24x potential oxygenation — repeatedly.

This is significantly higher than any other known method. Research indicates this method provides maximum achievable oxygenation for three critical organs:

  • Brain
  • Liver
  • Kidneys

Typical Benefits

Typical benefits include rapid optimization of neurological and cognitive function. Further, maximum known oxygenation for liver and kidneys to aid health restoration for conditions that may be related to inflammation in these organ systems, also beneficial for immunological performance.

The BrainO2 Protocol

Validation

Validation Method

  • http://cnsvs.com for tests used to validate this protocol
  • Take test before protocol
  • Repeat test 2 hours after completing protocol
  • Repeat Protocol after 1-10 days
  • Repeat neurological test

Report and Neurological Results

Performance and Neurological Test

Results

Volunteers report significant and verifiable improvement physical and mental competency regardless of medical history:

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