Breathe deep. Play well.

Did you know that LiveO2 Adap­tive Con­trast®, which switch­es from low-oxy­gen to high-oxy­gen, works bet­ter than just high oxy­gen?

This exper­i­ment musi­cal­ly illus­trates how much LiveO2 Adap­tive Con­trast can improve brain func­tion in a sin­gle 15-minute ses­sion.

The video shows a pro­fes­sion­al gui­tarist attempt­ing to play a par­tic­u­lar­ly dif­fi­cult new song to show changes in artic­u­la­tion, dex­ter­i­ty, and flu­id­i­ty both before and after using the LiveO2 Adap­tive Con­trast sys­tem.

Our exper­i­ment was a suc­cess, con­firm­ing the find­ings of Man­fred von Ardenne, who doc­u­ment­ed a 20% improve­ment in men­tal capac­i­ty using Oxy­gen Mul­ti­step Ther­a­py. Our con­tin­ued research shows that LiveO2 Adap­tive Con­trast deliv­ers sig­nif­i­cant per­for­mance improv­ments by improv­ing men­tal clar­i­ty and neu­ro­log­i­cal func­tion.

The video was record­ed in July, 2012. We now use neu­ro­log­i­cal pan­els to doc­u­ment improve­ments in brain per­for­mance.

These results are not spe­cif­ic to musi­cians. We have doc­u­ment­ed sim­i­lar per­for­mance results with activ­i­ties requir­ing dex­ter­i­ty, tim­ing and judge­ment, and cog­ni­tive chal­lenge.

Fred Boekhorst

Spe­cial thanks to the artist, Fred Boekhorst, a pro­fes­sion­al gui­tarist tour­ing with the Glen Tem­ple­ton Band.

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