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
|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.|
|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.|
The First Time Protocol
- Fill the oxygen reservoir
- 2 hours with 5L air separator
- 1 hour with 10L air separator
- Put on the mask and connect
- 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
- After exertion challenges end — Begin Sprint Sequence
- Sprint for 15 seconds at maximum output
- Repeat from 3–6 times
- Stop exertion at 15 minutes
- Continue breathing oxygen until pulse drops 100 BPM
- 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
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:
- High Oxygen Startup — reaches all well vascularized tissue where the venous capillary pulse force on rich oxygen is sufficient to penetrate swollen capillaries
- Hypoxic Boost (LiveO2 Adaptive Contrast Only) — increases heart rate and pulse force to squirt blood into tissues with enough resistance to resist pulse pressure at the hyperoxic maximum pulseThe maximum achievable pulse rate while exerting with oxygen. rate. A brief 15 second sprint increases heart rate and venous capillary pulse force to achieve tissue perfusion. See Whole Body Flush Protocol.
The physiological objectives of the sequence are:
- High oxygen startup — oxygenates the core organs enough to trigger core system detox
- When the plasma PO2 reaches the anti-inflammatory threshold, vascular inflammation releases
- 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
- During the first 6–8 minutes most beginner users experience a series of 3–6 releases, and corresponding challenges
The First TIme Protocol
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:
- Reduced — Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate including reduced non-specific inflammation
- Normalized Hematocrit Levels — improved fluid regulation
- Normalized Platelet Counts
Shifts in CBC normally reflect corrections to basal metabolism which were a result of dysfunction in oxidative metabolism.