How to Recover from a ‘Not Well Since’ Event
As the world has developed, so has our increasing exposure to toxins, the many ways we are exposed (voluntary and involuntary) and the countless potential problems they may cause us.
Changes in our health status arise as toxin levels increase above our body’s capacity to neutralise and eliminate them. With individuals responding differently to similar circumstances and exposures dependent on genetic capacity and general health at the time of exposure.
For example: six friends all consume a Salmonella bacteria contaminated pizza! One becomes so sick he is hospitalised, two spend hours throwing up and the other three continue their night out commenting, “what’s the matter with them, we ate the same pizza?”
The depth and breadth of debilitating effects of toxicity can be both alarming and far reaching. With consequent dis-ease manifesting in ways including reduced lifespan, pain and inflammation syndromes, progression or relapse of current condition, reduced quality of life, fatigue, depression, susceptibility to infection, infertility, low libido and on and on…
How is this possible?
Toxicity Blocks Energy Production
In simple terms, toxins can ‘block’ your cell’s ability to make enough energy to meet demand. This is known as ‘mitochondrial dysfunction’. Mitochondria are referred to as the ‘powerhouses of the cell’ and responsible for manufacturing energy to power your day.
Do you remember how well your car started last time your battery went flat? You weren’t travelling very far, were you? In a toxin context, a block to energy production reduces your capacity to detoxify, self-regulate and repair – resulting in you being ‘poisoned’ to one degree or another!
This can sometimes be experienced as a ‘not well since’ event or episode where the body has been unable to overcome and recover from the circumstance.
Healthy mitochondrial function and energy production is essential to allow you to enjoy the very best physical and mental health. Conversely, reduced mitochondrial function exposes you to all the damaging effects and conditions outlined previously.
Free Radicals vs Mitochondrial Function
A free radical is any ‘unstable’ atom or molecule and are highly reactive and damaging to mitochondria. Free radicals can be produced by a variety of circumstances that can be both within and outside of your control – diet, lifestyle, environment; as well as social, emotional and psychological constructs and their consequences.
For example, poor diet and smoking are linked to their production but so is exposure to toxins from physical/ mental exhaustion and unrelenting stress.
The creation of excessive free radicals has been closely linked to inflammation, oxidative damage and destruction of cells, tissues, organs and eventually your whole system.
HOCATT™ Ozone Sauna to The Rescue
Our HOCATT™ system provides a unique therapy that successfully addresses the effects of excessive toxins and neutralisation of free radicals. Normalising of energy production allows healing and recovery to take place as usual.
HOCATT™ stands for ‘Hyperthermic Ozone and Carbonic Acid Transdermal Technology’.
This therapeutic multi-modality device has been designed and developed to safely and effectively deliver a range of proven therapies in an environment that is completely safe, comfortable and enjoyable to use.
The machine acts as a personal ozone steam sauna, in which you sit with head exposed to the air, while your body receives the benefits of an infusion of ozone, far infra-red, photon light, microcurrents and oxygen.
Reported benefits include:
- Inactivation of Viruses, Bacteria, Yeast, Fungi, Parasites
• Stimulates Immune System
• Speeds Healing and Recovery
• Cleans Arteries and Veins Improving Circulation
• Oxidizes Toxins and Removes Free Radicals
• Normalizes Hormone and Enzyme Production
• Reduces Inflammation
• Reduces Pain
• Calm Nerves
• Improves Brain Function
• Aids in Weight Loss
This unique system will successfully address and improve the levels of physical health and wellbeing for all users, irrespective of whether they are world class athletes, or people who are battling to address even the most challenging of health issues.