Exercise with oxygen therapy (EWOT) is a therapy designed to improve health through the increased use of oxygen while performing exercises.
With most versions of EWOT treatment, a person is connected to a large reservoir of concentrated oxygen and he or she performs aerobic exercise while taking in oxygen-rich air through a special mask.
The goal of EWOT is to significantly increase patient heart rate while breathing in large amounts of oxygen to improve the cellular oxygen utilization in their tissues. The person will receive five times or more the amount of oxygen they normally would while exercising, creating a strong anti-inflammatory and anti-acidic effect within the body and improving their cellular metabolic energy state. This typically results in clearer thinking, more restful sleep, and greatly increased energy levels.
EWOT therapy users report a wide variety of health benefits online. It is a great aerobic conditioning tool for athletes.