What is Airnergy?
Airnergy is a portable, compact machine that creates ‘energised air’ that feeds every cell in your body with oxygen that it can absorb and use more efficiently. 1. Boosts energy levels making you feel stronger, fitter and faster. 2. Increases your concentration, mental agility, making you more alert. 3. Strengthens your immune system to fight infection and disease. 4. Stimulates your circulation, heart, lung, and brain function. 5. Reduces stress, tiredness and the effects of chronic illness.
21 minute Treatment - £10 - Pay for five treatments and get the sixth for free - Pay for ten treatments and get three extra treatments for free Start up package - £50 Including over 2 hours machine use Five build up sessions, plus three full 21 minute treatments after your body has fully adjusted to the machine.
The Science Behind Airnergy
Airnergy works at the most fundamental level, within each cell in the body. It produces a form of energised oxygen that is more easily absorbed and utilised by every cell in the body. Thus Airnergy produces more energy in every cell and therefore the whole body. This energised oxygen promotes the creation of anti-oxidative enzymes at cell level, reducing the production of harmful free radicals and optimising the body’s immune system. Reduction of harmful free radical formation in cells is required to optimise health and combat disease. After just one 20-minute Airnergy Session, the efficacy of the device can be measured immediately. A simple heart variability test will show an improved efficiency of your nervous system and an improvement in your heart’s ability to respond to challenge and stress. A peak flow test can also show improvement in lung function.
Reccomendations for Use
Airnergy is specifically recommended for use by individuals wishing;
* To maintain and maximise health as the ageing process kicks in
* As a therapy for many chronic and debilitating illnesses, including cardio vascular illnesses; lung conditions like COPD and asthma as well as metabolic disorders such as diabetes and M.E. and chronic fatigue syndrome
* Smokers who wish to minimise the harmful effects of their smoking habit
* Sports people eager to improve their performance