The important role of mitochondria for your health
Not without good reason are they considered the power plants of the cells since they produce the fuel ATP (adenosine triphosphate) for all cells, as ATD is required for all processes taking place in the body. The more energy is needed, for example in the heart or the synapses of the brain, the more mitochondria there are. Another important function is to neutralize free radicals. Many diseases are caused by a dysfunction of the mitochondria. These comprise poor sleep, exhaustion or susceptibility to lifestyle diseases.
Mitochondrial damage is caused by many factors - poor diet, alcohol, smoking, stress, and environmental pollutants. Nerve cells, heart cells and muscle cells are particularly affected. As the damaged mitochondria continue to split up in the same way as the healthy ones, their number increases and they not only affect organ performance, eyesight and skin aging, but are also involved in the development of diseases such as type 2 diabetes, dementia, hormonal disorders and cancer. With the oxygen-dependent stimulus of IHHT, processes are set in motion that lead to the isolated destruction of damaged mitochondria, which gives healthy mitochondria more space to proliferate and to increase energy production. The performance of all organs is improved, the aging process is significantly delayed and chronic diseases are positively influenced by IHHT cell training.
Mitochondrial dysfunction - the diagnostics at REVISALUT® in Vienna