The

First Time

Protocol

This pro­to­col guides a first-time LiveO2 user through the first expe­ri­ence. LiveO2 Stan­dard deliv­ers a con­tin­u­ous sup­ply of all the oxy­gen the user can breathe. This rich oxy­gen sup­ply ini­ti­ates health improve­ments which are usu­al­ly durable and long-lasting. 

Users capa­ble of a pulse of 120 beats per minute usu­al­ly observe mea­sur­able health improve­ment in a sin­gle ses­sion. Users who increase pulse rate 10% over rest­ing nor­mal­ly require 3–10 ses­sions for phys­i­o­log­i­cal­ly mea­sur­able improvements. 

The First Time Protocol

Overview

Goal This pro­to­col flush­es meta­bol­ic waste out of tis­sues. It facil­i­tates heal­ing by super-sat­u­rat­ing all body tis­sues, plas­ma and lymph with very high lev­els of oxy­gen. Most users expe­ri­ence max­i­mum life­time oxygenation.
When Used Stan­dard first time pro­to­col with LiveO2 Stan­dard for indi­vid­u­als capa­ble of exercise.
Dif­fi­cul­ty Low/Moderate
Detox Inten­si­ty Low
Time 5–15 Min­utes
Fre­quen­cy Once dai­ly typ­i­cal; twice dai­ly for health restoration
Typ­i­cal Response Improved sense of well being. Calmer, improved sleep. Lasts 2–5 days. Mild-mod­er­ate neu­ro­log­i­cal improvement.
Rel­a­tive Performance This pro­to­col improves whole body oxy­gena­tion. Oxy­genates major organ sys­tems. Per­fu­sion poten­tial and deep tis­sue oxy­gena­tion per­for­mance is gen­er­al­ly about 50% less than the  Whole Body Flush Pro­to­col which uti­lizes inter­mit­tent hypox­ia to trig­ger vasodi­la­tion and increased pulse force.
Lim­i­ta­tions High oxy­gen sup­ply lim­its pulse rate and hence blood flow vol­ume because con­tin­u­ous high oxy­gen levels:
— Dis­cour­ages vas­cu­lar dila­tion (open­ing of the vas­cu­lar system)
— Does not stim­u­late bronchial dila­tion (open­ing of the lungs)
— Weak­ly encour­ages spleen to release reserve blood sup­ply to circulation
— Tends to become unin­ter­est­ing due to lack of access to phys­i­cal chal­lenge for stronger users
Lim­it Explained With a rich oxy­gen mix­ture, it is quite easy for most peo­ple to meet oxy­gen demand. This ease means that users are unable to get their heart rate above about 65% of their age-relat­ed max­i­mum while exert­ing sole­ly on rich oxy­gen. This lim­it pre­vents the body from achiev­ing their maximum  venous cap­il­lary pulse force The 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. because the pulse rate is lim­it­ed by copi­ous oxygen. 
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The First Time Protocol

The Protocol

Procedure

  1. Fill the oxy­gen reservoir 
    • 2 hours with 5L air separator
    • 1 hour with 10L air separator
  2. Put on the mask and connect
  3. Exer­cise at sus­tain­able but aer­o­bic pace (solid­ly aerobic) 
    • Note exer­tion chal­lenges — dis­com­fort that occurs at about 1 minute intervals
    • Men­tal­ly note the first chal­lenge intensity
    • Reduce effort mod­er­ate­ly dur­ing challenges
    • Con­tin­ue on oxy­gen until chal­lenges become unno­tice­able and exer­tion is easy
    • Usu­al­ly 6–8 minutes
  4. After exer­tion chal­lenges end — Begin Sprint Sequence 
    • Sprint for 15 sec­onds at max­i­mum output
  5. Repeat from 3–6 times
  6. Stop exer­tion at 15 minutes
  7. 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 First Time Protocol

Explanation

This pro­to­col starts with an oxy­gen rich phase. Most users exer­cis­ing on rich oxy­gen expect to feel extra strong because they pre­sume excess oxy­gen will imme­di­ate­ly increase their per­for­mance potential. 

This is usu­al­ly false. Users capa­ble of a pulse of over 110 BPM nor­mal­ly achieve the anti-inflam­ma­to­ry blood plas­ma oxy­gen lev­el with­in 1–3 min­utes and expe­ri­ence exer­tion challenges. 

This trig­gers spon­ta­neous rever­sal of vas­cu­lar inflam­ma­tion in core body sys­tems. This release effect caus­es ath­let­i­cal­ly pro­fi­cient users capa­ble of a pulse exceed­ing 110 Beats per minute to per­ceive exer­tion chal­lenges at a 60 sec­ond inter­val from 3–8 times with­in the first 8 minutes. 

The exer­tion chal­lenges occur as this anti-inflam­ma­to­ry effect restores blood flow to chal­lenged tis­sue and releas­es meta­bol­ic waste into cir­cu­la­tion. The exer­tion chal­lenges occur as anti-inflam­ma­to­ry events con­sume oxy­gen and cause the body to divert ener­gy to removal of tis­sue waste products. 

The tim­ing of the exer­tion chal­lenges vary and nor­mal­ly start after the user reach­es a heart rate of 110–120 BPM. 

This pro­to­col enables the user to release inflam­ma­tion in two stages: 

The phys­i­o­log­i­cal objec­tives of the sequence are: 

  1. High oxy­gen start­up — oxy­genates the core organs enough to trig­ger core sys­tem detox
  2. When the plas­ma PO2 reach­es the anti-inflam­ma­to­ry thresh­old, vas­cu­lar inflam­ma­tion releases
  3. Exer­tion Chal­lenge Fac­tors:
    • Opened pas­sage­ways restore oxy­gen to deplet­ed tis­sue reduc­ing the cir­cu­lat­ing reserve
    • Pres­ence of the waste inter­feres with oxy­gen transport
    • The liv­er con­sumes ener­gy to fil­ter waste
    • The liv­er con­sumes oxy­gen to fil­ter waste reduc­ing cir­cu­lat­ing reserve
  4. Dur­ing the first 6–8 min­utes most begin­ner users expe­ri­ence a series of 3–6 releas­es, and cor­re­spond­ing challenges

The First TIme Protocol

Validation

This method is the pre­ferred beginner’s pro­to­col.  The whole-body effect is enough to cre­ate a clear and com­pelling improve­ment in sense of well being, and a notice­able improve­ment in most symp­toms relat­ing to sys­temic or region­al hypoxia. 

Users with severe or chron­ic health issues may expe­ri­ence an immune ral­ly. An immune ral­ly is observed as a fever of 102 degrees start­ing 24 to 48 hours after an ini­tial ses­sion. Fever usu­al­ly lasts about 12 hours. 

A pre­ferred method to val­i­date results of this pro­to­col are to: 

  • Ask your doc­tor to order a CBC blood panel
  • Per­form 10 LiveO2 train­ing ses­sions over a two week period
  • Do not change diet or oth­er lifestyle patterns
  • Repeat CBC Blood Panel
  • Com­pare Results

Most med­ical pro­fes­sion­als note improve­ments in: 

Shifts in CBC nor­mal­ly reflect cor­rec­tions to basal metab­o­lism which were a result of dys­func­tion in oxida­tive metabolism. 

The First Time Protocol

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