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Since World War II, military equipment has undergone a major technological revolution. Nowadays, armies use the latest technology, yet at the same time, the human factor has developed just a little.

However, thanks hypoxia, now it is the individual soldier's turn. Hypoxic technology can improve the entire system of oxygenation of each soldier so that he or she can deliver maximum performance beyond normal capabilities.

Currently, there is an increasing utilization rate of hypoxic systems in the United States Army, including special military units.

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hypoxico-military-trainingAt present, the hypoxic systems are used not only by the United States Army, but also in many other armed forces worldwide. They are used in high-altitude survival training and for boosting of the overall high physical performance. Hypoxic technologies help to minimize the rate of altitude sickness among the troops, who are stationed at bases and stations located in the high mountains. Moreover, systems can be adapted for large groups of people, for example in barracks, as well as for individuals, in the form of comfortable respiratory masks.


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Vojenské výhody hypoxického tréninku

  • A preliminary acclimatization before deploying troops in high-altitude areas, such as Afghanistan to eliminate acute mountain sickness

  • Implementation of mountain operations with tactical advantage over the enemy, even over the natives adapted to the climatic conditions
  • Even a five percent in performance increase at certain altitudes can mean the difference between life and death
  • Significant increase of lung capacity in Navy Seals
  • Rigorous training of paratroopers in extreme conditions

  • Training of pilots for possible trouble during flight operations, such as the threat of loss of pressure in the cabin or interrupted flow of oxygen


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