NOTICE: Read and keep all safety information and instructions before using Oxa.
Oxa is not a medical device. Please note that Oxa is not designed to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent diseases or medical conditions. The information and guidance in the Oxa journey are provided for informational purposes only and should not be used as an alternative to advice given by physicians or other health professionals. You must always consult a physician if you have any questions regarding a medical condition or any changes you wish to make to your activity or sleep based on information or guidance from Oxa.
If you do decide to make any changes to your sleep or activity based on information or guidance from Oxa, you do so entirely at your own risk. It is important to always remain sensitive to your body’s responses. For example, if you feel pain, fatigue, or discomfort that is unexpected, repeated, or long-term as a result of making changes to your sleep or activity, it is recommended that you speak to a physician before continuing. Information and guidance from Oxa may be interpreted differently if your physiological functions and responses are significantly different than the average physiological functions and responses due to medical conditions or rare natural differences.
The Oxa system uses passive electrodes, which do not pose a health hazard. They are biocompatible and do not cause irritation.
If you experience any redness or skin irritation due to the electrodes being in contact with your skin for an extended period, remove Oxa immediately. Skin rashes may be caused by friction between the garment and the skin. If any symptoms last for longer than two or three days after you stopped using your Oxa product, contact a physician.
If you, or anyone who intends to wear Oxa, have an epileptic condition, consult a physician before you use Oxa. If you experience any of the following symptoms during use – dizziness, altered vision, eye or muscle twitches, loss of awareness, disorientation, involuntary movement, or convulsions – discontinue use IMMEDIATELY and speak to a physician.
Hyperventilation in power breathing is only suitable for people who are generally healthy. If you have any ongoing health conditions — or if you suffer from anxiety — please consult your doctor before practicing hyperventilation. If you are pregnant, don’t practice hyperventilation. Long breath holds could harm your baby.
The Oxa sensor complies with Directive 2014/53/EU and meets the FCC Radio Frequency Radiation Exposure (SAR) standard. It is splashproof but should not be used while swimming, showering, or bathing. Do not expose the sensor to liquids while it is in use or charging.
WARNING: Electronic interference. Oxa’s technology processes electronic signals which may interfere with implanted cardiac devices, such as pacemakers. If you have an implanted cardiac device, do not use Oxa without guidance from your physician or cardiologist.
WARNING: Oxa's sensor is a small component, which presents a risk of swallowing and choking to small children. Keep out of the reach of children under the age of 36 months. Seek immediate medical attention if you know or suspect that a child has swallowed the sensor.
WARNING: When connected to a power source, the device processes electric current and presents a risk of electric shock. Never charge the Oxa sensor while wearing it. Remove Oxa from your body before charging. Disconnect the charger before wearing it.
Do not use aggressive cleaning substances such as alcohol or bleach to clean the sensor or sensor casing.