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Our clients live in the mountains
and acclimate effortlessly

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Living at high-altitude puts unnecessary stress on the body

  • At altitude, the body has to work harder to make up for the lack of oxygen.

  • This process of acclimation increases the workload on the entire body, as the body recreates itself on a cellular level.

  • 100% of people who change elevations go through an acclimation process.

  • Being acclimated to high-altitude is not something that the body holds on to.

  • Every time you leave and come back, the acclimation process starts over. 

Invigor8 Air Design clients avoid the stressful effects of living at high altitude by sleeping in oxygen enriched rooms that simulate oxygen levels found near sea level.

What happens to your body at high altitude?

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You Sleep Less
Reduced oxygen levels prevent deep, restful sleep, as the brain keeps waking you up because it is not getting enough oxygen to function properly.
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Breathing Becomes Faster
Your lungs try to keep up with less oxygen.  Breathing becomes faster and shallow.
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Heart Rate Increases
Your heart pumps faster to increase the quantity of oxygenated blood in your body, trying to keep up with less available oxygen.
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A headache or migraine is a common problem with exposure to high altitude.  It often manifests as a dull or pressing feeling that becomes worse when you exert yourself, move, strain, or bend.
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Digestive Issues & Nausea
Gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea and vomiting commonly manifest at high altitude.
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Cognitive Issues
Low oxygen levels found at high altitude and the resulting poor sleep quality combine to impair cognitive function and negatively affect mood.

While these are normal responses, showing that the body is attempting to acclimate, there is no reason for you and your guests to go through this.

Acclimate effortlessly with an Invigor8 Air Design Oxygen Enrichment System.

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