Gas Pressure In a Can or Bottle of Soda
When you purchase a can or bottle of soda, the carbon dioxide (chemical formula CO2) gas bubbles are under pressure, which decreases the size of the bubbles enough that they dissolve into the liquid.
As a result you are not able to see the CO2 gas bubbles in the soda.
When pressure in the soda can is released (when you open the can), the volume of each bubble increases and the bubbles appear.
How the Soda Compares To HBOT
When an individual is under pressure – as occurs in an HBOT chamber – oxygen molecules decrease in size, which allows them to be able to dissolve into the person’s blood plasma.
This activity exponentially increases oxygen delivery throughout the body.
Making it possible for oxygen to reach inflamed tissue and support optimal cellular and organ functionality.*
(* Source: OxyHealth)
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