The danger of lack of oxygen when flying
An uncontrolled exposure to high altitudes, which leads to an insufficient oxygen supply of the organism, is a threat for every pilot. If the cabin pressure drops quickly because an aircraft ascends too quickly to great heights without pressure compensation, this can have dramatic consequences because the oxygen saturation of the arterial blood falls off.
If you are enthusiastic about flight or altitude, we offer you the Hypoxic Challenge Test to find out your altitude tolerance. You can then do specific hypoxia training to increase your oxygen deficiency tolerance. This significantly improves your performance and responsiveness on the one hand and your physical and mental strength at an altitude on the other hand.
The training system is a programmable altitude and oxygen deficiency simulator. This allows you to experience great heights in a safe and controlled environment. You breathe a freely selectable oxygen mixture through a mask, whereby the oxygen supply is simulated at altitudes of 2,500 m to 7,000 m. Your individual tolerance is determined by a series of tests. Targeted IHHT cardiopulmonary training improves your tolerance for high altitudes and a lack of oxygen, creating a reserve in terms of performance and safety.
IHHT aviation at REVISALUT® in Vienna