Instructions for using Bcalm
When to Use Bcalm
- Many environments have much higher than normal CO2 levels, which can lead to discomfort (anxiousness, headache, etc.)
- Bcalm is a personal air filtration device that immediately lowers the inhaled CO2 concentration, relieving you from that uncomfortable feeling, calming you down and putting you back in control.
- Bcalm is easy and convenient to use in all situations (crowds, close spaces, airplanes, etc.)
How to Use Bcalm
- Hold the Bcalm device upright (mouthpiece at top), making sure that the openings at the bottom (intake) and top (exhaust) are not blocked.
- Breathe in and out through the mouthpiece with your normal breathing rate and depth.
- It usually takes about 6-8 breaths for complete relief, but this may vary depending on the user and the CO2 concentration in the surrounding air.
- Do not use if wet or broken
- Keep out of the reach of children. Bcalm contains a proprietary FDA approved material which is caustic and may be harmful if ingested or placed in the eye. If you get the active material in your eye(s), wash thoroughly with water.
More indepth instruction and information about Bcalm
Carbon dioxide has been increasing in the air we breathe for centuries. When cavemen and Neanderthals inhabited America it was 200 ppm. When Christopher Columbus discovered America, it was 200 ppm. When we sent the Apollo rocket to the moon it was 300 ppm. The carbon dioxide level today is 400 ppm. Fire produces carbon dioxide. When animals breathe they exhale carbon dioxide. The average human expires 500 quarts of pure carbon dioxide per day!
Carbon dioxide has been found in numerous studies, published in reputable peer-reviewed science journals to trigger anxiety/panic attacks. Doctors Cox and Lawrence, the inventors of Bcalm, published their discovery in a major peer reviewed science journal that carbon dioxide is higher indoor and in vehicles which are not well ventilated to outdoor air.
The fresh air outside the window of your store, meeting room, airline and car contains 400 ppm. The air inside the airline cabin has been shown to be 600-900 PPM, not just one or two percent higher, but 200 to 300% as much as outside the aircraft. As carbon dioxide has been shown to trigger panic attacks, it may be helpful to nervous persons on an aircraft, an elevator, or a crowded classroom to take their Bcalm carbon dioxide filter and breathe through it to bring those super high carbon dioxide levels they are being subjected to down to the same level as fresh outside air. Persons who have panic attacks and a powerful urge to run outside may not be suffering from a psychological phobia of being closed-in at all; but, rather a hypersensitivity to these super high levels of carbon dioxide found in crowded indoor and vehicle places. If so, two things can instantly help that smothering, hypersensitivity: (1) going outside and breathing fresh air. (2) Remaining where they are and take a few breaths through their Bcalm carbon dioxide scrubber.
When to Use Bcalm
Claustrophobic anxiousness When you are feeling uncomfortably like there is not enough oxygen in the room or in the vehicle that you are in, and, you have the urge to get out of the confined area to the outside fresh air.
When you feel anxious in a confined area or in a crowded situation, Bcalm may help you feel calmer and in control especially when you are feeling trapped and you strongly want to leave or get out of confinement in a room, a store, a car, a stadium or an airplane.
Monontonous intellectual, thinking tasks Studies have been published showing that these carbon dioxide levels in typical office buildings or 1000ppm or higher interfere measurably with brain “executive function” and “judgement”. This means if ones makes their living employing workers who use their minds and not their backs in your business, the high carbon dioxide level known to exist in the office building is causing the workers to make mistakes and work slower than if they could occasionally breathe air with lower carbon dioxide levels for a few moments. Supplying one’s workforce with Bcalm devices would fulfill that. Of course, a person who wished to advance in their career might do well to utilize a Bcalm into their workday, there by eliminating on their own the ill effects of carbon dioxide upon their work performance at moments when they perceive that their brain’s cognition is losing its. Our parents went outside to take a smoke to rejuvenate their tired mind. Little did they know, that the outdoor fresh air with low carbon dioxide was responsible for feeling refreshed mentally when they went back in the building to work, not the cigarette.
Intellectual curiosity fun A third use of Bcalm is for just plain fun. How would you like to experience breathing air that is very low in carbon dioxide —- as low as what the cave men and women breathed? What would you feel like if you breathed air like that today, right now? You can experience that right now. Take your Bcalm and drive out to the country away from city and traffic, find a forest, get out your Bcalm and use it. Your Bcalm will be taking outdoor fresh air in our time (400ppm) and remove carbon dioxide from that so you are inhaling cave man era air, just 200ppm carbon dioxide. Get in touch with your prehistoric perception. Is this not fun?
How To Use Bcalm
- Hold the Bcalm as shown. Insert here a side view photo of a VERY attractive 26 year old female holding the Bcalm unit properly a few inches from their mouth, smiling.
- Breathe in and out through the mouthpiece taking regular normal breaths. Breathe a bit slower than usual and exhale a bit faster than usual. You will find it easier to exhale than to inhale. When you inhale the polluted air is being purified of carbon dioxide by billions of molecules that tie down the carbon dioxide molecules. That process makes it a tiny bit harder to inhale. That is perfectly normal. It means it is doing its job to help you.
- Try to avoid breathing very fast or forcing yourself to breathe very energetically when using the device. This will be tiring and could make you hyperventilate. Just relax and breathe normally and let Bcalm do the relief work for you.
- Don’t worry if you hear noises coming from the Bcalm when you move it or use it. These noises are just the the one-way valve flaps in the device, opening and closing; and, is completely normal.
- You may stop using the Bcalm when you’re feeling calmer. Start using it again if you feel the need to. It cannot harm you. Do not worry. You cannot Bcalm it too much.
- The calm is most effective when it is first used. We recommend replacing your Bcalm after it seems to no longer work. Like tires on your car, have a spare Bcalm available when yours becomes too flat to help you.
- Bcalm can be put in the trash with your usual rubbish.
- How long will Bcalm last? Our Ph.D. biochemists have tested Bcalm and certify that it will last at least one month with normal to moderately heavy use. It depends on how many breaths you inhale from the Bcalm and how severely polluted with carbon dioxide your locations are where your Bcalm has been used.
We suggest that after using your Bcalm, lay the device on its side for an hour to let condensation from your breath inside Bcalm evaporate. It needs moisture to function properly, just bag it after use Then seal it in a quart, sealable plastic bag. We like the bags that snap seal along one side with gentle pressure. This will keep carbon dioxide air pollution between uses from diminishing the useful life of the CO2 scrubber sheets in your Bcalm. And it will keep the medical device clean and hygienic.
If the symptoms persist, contact a medical/mental health practitioner.
- Don’t use your be calm if it’s wet or broken
- Keep your Bcalm out of the reach of children.
- The active material is an alkaline substance that if eaten or got in the eyes might be harmful.
If eaten, contact a medical professional and drink plenty of water with, if available, ½ teaspoon of any vinegar. If you get the active substance in your eyes wash, wash with water. The manufacturer of the alkaline scrubber ate and swallowed it to demonstrate the safety of the product. Despite this safety, it is powerful. It is used in surgery anesthesia machines, submarines, and U.S. Navy Seals’ diving rebreathers.
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