In the cardioscan Airzone, the person being tested lies in a relaxed position, and breathes in low-oxygen air at intervals. This technology, used up to now above all in high-performance sport, is known as Interval Hypoxia Training.
To begin with, an altitude tolerability test is carried out to determine how the body reacts to this stimulus. An individual plan is then drawn up, based on these initial findings, where the user completes a “high-altitude training program”. The low-oxygen air has an effect here on the test person’s cells and leads to signs of adaptation within the body. The Airzone provides you with an innovative solution for stress management and well-being at home.