Bidets .. Every home should have one!
Bidets have evolved significantly over the years, transforming from standalone units to modernized toilet seats with a multitude of features that cater to users’ diverse needs. With increased interest in hygiene and a growing awareness of environmental sustainability, bidets are becoming increasingly popular in homes around the world. Among the myriad of features modern bidet seats offer, there are five that stand out as the most used and appreciated.
How does it work?
Bidets use water to clean the perineal and anal areas after using the toilet. Some models allow users to adjust the water temperature and pressure to their preference.
After using the toilet, a person typically uses toilet paper first to remove the majority of the waste. Then, they use the bidet to wash and rinse the area with water.
Some bidet models also offer additional features like warm air drying, heated seats, and deodorizers.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is designed to boost the supply of oxygen to ischemic tissue or to diseased tissues that respond to increased oxygen levels. Increasing the volume of oxygen dissolved in the blood plasma produces five basic effects:
- Reduction of volume of gas bubbles in the blood
- Vasoconstriction, which reduces edema and secondary hypoxia
- Restoration of aerobic metabolism to ischemic tissue
- Detoxification of poisoned tissues
- Enhanced phagocytosis
Henry’s Law- Henry’s law states that for a gas-liquid interface the amount of the gas that dissolves in the liquid is proportional to its partial pressure. So Henry’s law helps to predict how much gas will be dissolved in the liquid. The actual amount also depends on the solubility of the gas as well as its partial pressure.
Dalton’s Law-John Dalton observed that the total pressure of a gas mixture was the sum of the pressures of each of the gases if they were to exist on their own.
Conditions which may benefit from mHBOT
- Acid Stomach
- Bell’s Palsy
- Body Detoxification
- Brain Injury
- Cerebral Palsy
- Chronic Fatigue
- Circulation Problems
- Cosmetic Surgery
- Hang Over
- Immune Deficiency
- Joint Pain
- Loss of Limb
- Lyme Disease
- Multiple Chemical Sensitivities
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Skin Disorders
- Sleeping Disorders
- Sports Injury
- Surgery: Pre/Post
- Wound Healing
Uses of mHBOT
- Injury-Trauma/Rapid Recovery
- Pre-Post Medical or Dental Surgery/Procedures
- Athletes desiring peak performance and/or faster recovery
- Assists chronic and serious conditions (Autism, Lupus, MS, Lymes, and more)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Stem Cells