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Deep Pressure at Home

Manual or electrical hypebaric treatment
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Pump in the air into a "pressure bag" with a car foot pump or electric pump.

If needed add electronic safety devices to keep you safe from over pressurizing or similar problems.

If that's not enough, get a system with remote doctors who control the system and a "dead man's switch" if the session fails.

Save the costs. DIY.

pashute, Nov 17 2014

This is what happens when it goes wrong. https://www.youtube...watch?v=QftLWEzX-G4
[MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 17 2014]

And this, when it goes right http://archderm.jam...px?articleid=545034
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       Thanks for the help.
rcarty, Nov 17 2014
  

       blow your windows out pretty quick; why do you want to do this in the first place ?
FlyingToaster, Nov 17 2014
  

       //Cook boiled eggs quicker   

       By Jove
not_morrison_rm, Nov 17 2014
  

       //hypobar // Sp.: hyperbaric.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 17 2014
  

       Hypobaric might be a good idea too. You could acclimate yourself to 1/2 bar and get really good at jogging.
DIYMatt, Nov 17 2014
  

       (I may be mistaken) I think Guy Martin built one in his home in preparation for a hill race (Pike's Peak?)
Dub, Nov 17 2014
  

       Thanks max. corrected.   

       No thanks max for the link. I was going to go to sleep...
pashute, Nov 17 2014
  

       I just read about the Gamow Bag. More like that but for the foot only.
pashute, Nov 17 2014
  
      
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