It takes around 20 minutes for hydrogen to reach cells in all parts of your body.
· In hospitals and clinics in Japan, depending on the patient’s condition, hydrogen inhalation is performed for about 1 hour, 1~3 times a day.
· For athletes, pre/post-exercise, once each, 60~90 minutes per session
· 60 minutes prior to sleep for severe insomnia
· for normal health, once or twice a day (morning and night) 30~60 minutes per session
· For patients during chemotherapy, brain diseases like Parkinson’s, or autoimmune diseases, 4~6 hours (during sleep) (the more the better, and less side effects)
Usually 0.001g of hydrogen is present in 1ℓ (half of a large water bottle) of hydrogen water. This is barely a trace of hydrogen, and the size is similar to a peck of dust. Scientifically, in room temperature/pressure, maximum amount of hydrogen that can dissolve in 1 liter of water is 1.6mg (0.0016g). However, using 30 minutes of H-1200, a hydrogen generator for inhalation purpose, is equivalent of drinking 18,000 bottles of 2-liter hydrogen water bottles. If you use hydrogen for treatment or health purposes, hydrogen inhalation is the key
It reverts overly produced active oxygen in the body, and acts as an anti-oxidant in cell signaling system within molecular cells. Especially during chemotherapy, it acts as a strong anti-oxidant and manages chemotherapy side-effects, Parkinson’s brain diseases, pneumonia, and maintains immunity.
“From the study of terminal cancer patients by Dr. Junji Akagi, medical treatment center in Tama, Japan”
in a study of “hydrogen and oxygen gas mixture inhalation on chronic fatigue and fatigue from high intensity exercise”, it has proven that inhalation mitigates fatigue until one day after the inhalation. (Yamanshi University, Japan, General research center, from Dr. Koyama Katsuhiro’s study)
through hydrogen inhalation, parasympathetic nerve, which takes care of sleep, is activated and the effect is optimal at the first 30 minutes.
“study on the acute effect of hydrogen inhalation on the human body” (Yamanashi University, Japan, General research center, part of Dr. Koyama Katsuhiro’s study)
there is a device in the market that separates oxygen from hydrogen so that only pure hydrogen gets inhaled. This results in a low hydrogen generation rate, and it can also lead to hypoxia if large amount of 99.9% pure hydrogen gas. The machine that allows simultaneous inhalation of hydrogen and oxygen includes 66.66% hydrogen and 33.33% oxygen so that there is not harmful effect on the body when inhaled in large amounts. In Japan’s medical facilities, the second method (simultaneous inhalation of oxygen and hydrogen) is used for a safe hydrogen inhalation treatment.
Theoretically, when the hydrogen concentration in the air is 4%~75% explosion occurs at ignition temperature of 572 °C. When the hydrogen concentration is around 4%~94% then explosion occurs at ignition temperature of 560 °C. These values are measured in vacuum. It is impossible to put hydrogen gas in a complete vacuum environment in every day environment, therefore reaching explosion concentration due to hydrogen leakage will not happen.
Ozone (O3) is not contained.
f O3 is generated from hydrogen, due to its strong reactivity, it will immediately react with hydrogen to generate water and oxygen. Therefore, there is no ozone.
O3 + H2 = H2O + O2