Again, one of the key determinants of HBOT is pressure and the greater the pressure, the greater the amount of dissolved oxygen into the body. Note, it does not take much pressure to deliver extra amounts of physiologically- available oxygen. During m-HBOT, the added pressure allows extra oxygen to be absorbed and transferred from the lungs into the blood, causing a greater saturation of blood oxygen levels. As this rich oxygenated blood makes its way to damaged tissue, extra oxygen is now readily available and can be potentially utilized for enhancing tissue repair and regeneration while also still being able to provide its potent anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial effects. The FDA once again cautions the use of HBOT, including m-HBOT if it’s not used for one of the approved medical conditions, in this case ‘altitude sickness’. Although these lower pressures have both been reported to have significant benefits, which are now being supported and validated though clinical research trials, we would still encourage you to follow the FDA guidelines in looking into ‘medically-approved’ options if you are looking at using m-HBOT to help with a medical condition.