Airnergy - a new technology for health prevention and regeneration purposes

Published: 13th December 2011
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Managers can breathe a sigh of relief- Fear of illnesses and the financial crisis arouse body consciousness

The Health risks for top managers are obvious: too many appointments and business trips, insufficient sleep, a wrong diet, lack of exercise, constant pressure to succeed, permanent availability due to modern means of communication, substantial dinners, alcohol and nicotine for the apparent relaxation… But a positive trend can be recognised, too. More and more top managers are becoming conscious of their overstraining lifestyle and do something to improve their health.

According to a study ordered by the “Manager-Magazin” from the headhunting company Heidrick & Struggles in September 2008, 91 per cent of 1000 representatively asked top managers go in for sports on a regular basis; two thirds even for two or three times a week. They mainly train to stay slim and healthy. 88 per cent say they pay attention to their weight. 82 per cent say they eat consciously healthy, prefer fruit and vegetables and avoid fatty food. One quarter swears by diets and fasts. Different from most men, top managers regularly visit a doctor. 79 per cent take advantage of medical prevention programmes without any acute reason; two thirds are aware of their blood pressure.

The consciousness of the importance of our health as the highest good grows. A lot of top managers are concerned again about their quality of life and their well-being. It is not about where the lights are on the longest anymore. Success is still important, but not at any price – a realisation to which the financial crisis has contributed its share. It has shown limits and has taken away the basis of the principle “faster – higher – farther”.

Under these circumstances, breathing as the most important elixir of life becomes more and more important besides sports and a healthy diet. Various highly stressed managers and politicians count on respiratory support (spirovital therapy) in the form of energy stations. When using such an energy station you inhale air through a light cannula that streams out of a small device. This air has been enriched with energy beforehand. The rest is done by endogenous regulatory mechanisms. During this time work is not left unattended, as the slightly droning device of the size of a brief case is placed next to a desk or sofa and makes it possible to carry on working, telephoning or conferring.

The new technology of Airnergy AG in Hennef, Germany does not supply the body with additional oxygen – like conventional oxygen therapies do - but the oxygen, of which there is a sufficient amount in the air is activated in the way that the body can use it more efficiently. This is important, as about three quarters are exhaled without being used. The effects of the device draw even the attention of medical experts to it: Studies verify that Airnergy treatments help to reduce stress and have positive effects on the whole body, especially in the case of sleeping disorders. The advantage of the “little Airnergy power stations” is that its users – managers at their desks, too – can charge their empty batteries without a lot of effort.

Formula One driver Rubens Barrichello and football coach Ottmar Hitzfeld, who are treated by the best physiotherapists and fitness coaches, also use Airnergy to regain energy and relax. By now, Airnergy – the first patented German technology of its kind – is offered by doctors, specialist hospitals, sports and fitness facilities, as well as spas and beauty salons. In many areas this new technology is not only used as a source of energy, but also as a new business idea, which ensures an interesting additional income.

Please consider the importance of breathing: People working mainly sedentary use only about half of their real lung volume. Only very few people are aware of the fact that, due to our need to eat and drink, detoxification plays an important role. 70 per cent of it takes place through the lungs, 20 per cent through the skin, 7 per cent through the bladder and only 3 percent through the bowels. That means that breathing plays a crucial role in the process of detoxifying the body.


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