You hear the oxygen being pumped into the chamber and I was experiencing ear popping (kind of like in an airplane) throughout the 30 min session. This was no problem as it was expected since the tech was kind enough to tell me about it. I simply yawned...a lot, to clear my ears. 30 mins went by very, very, very slowly. I should have watched a movie because all I could think about was Milla punching through the glass chamber and figured that would probably hurt if I did that.
At the conclusion of my session, the tech picks up the phone and said it's time for decompression. It took about 5 mins to decompress and the ears still popped every now and then. As I came out of the chamber, all felt good. The vision was a little heightened but again expected.
With the rigorous training one puts on their body to prepare for competition or simply to get to their mailbox. A critical part in training is keep your muscles strong and healthy to avoid injury. Thus you most incorporate times of rest to not over-train your muscles. If you push too hard, CryoUSA and Texas Sports Hyperbarics are available to help you and your aching muscles get back in the game by decompressing blood vessels and allowing more oxygen carrying red blood cells to the injured (strain, sprain or overuse) site with the help of hyperbaric therapy.
If you like more information, check out Texas Sports Hyperbarics site.
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