Kendall Jenner had hinted all season long that she was practically obsessed with health and wellness, with fans getting to see her wellness room in The Kardashians season finale.

The 26-year-old supermodel was seen earlier in the season getting NAD IV therapy in Miami, where Jenner admitted she’s very focused on her health.

That focus has seemingly come at a big cost, with Jenner’s wellness room featuring over $100K with of advanced health technology.

Early in the episode we head inside Kendall Jenner’s home, as she’s seen getting out of a Vitaeris 320 hyperbaric chamber – which retails for as much as $23K.

The zipper unzips from the inside as Kendall sticks her head out with a smile as she starts getting out of the chamber.

‘For the past couple of years, I’ve been just really like loving health. I don’t know, it’s become an obsession,’ adding she is a ‘major hypochondriac.’

She adds her friends, ‘all make fun of me’ and she has this ‘whole new room in my house that has all these crazy gadgets and gizmos,’ as she’s seen getting out of the chamber with her laptop.

Kendall adds in confession that her health obsession, ‘is honestly kind of embarrassing, it’s crazy,’ as the cameras show another expensive ‘gadget’ – a TheraLight 360 red light therapy bed, which retails for $78K.

She adds that she’s so obsessed with health that, ironically, it might be actually unhealthy, as the cameras pick up a HyperMax Oxygen Therapy machine that retails for $3K.

The supermodel adds that she stays in the hyperbaric chamber for an ‘hour or more,’ adding before she just got out she was, ‘answering emails and then I was watching a Netflix show,’ before realizing she’s being filmed for a Hulu TV series, adding, ‘I was watching a Hulu show,’ while putting her hair into a ponytail.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy was first introduced in the early 20th Century and used prominently in the 1940s to treat deep sea divers from compression sickness.

It would later be used to help treat carbon monoxide poisoning, cyanide poisoning and various crush injuries, but in recent years, celebs such as LeBron James and Justin Bieber, to name a few, have been plunking down big bucks for a hyperbaric chamber in their home.

The chambers are used by athletes to boost performance and speed up the healing process, and by celebs as an anti-aging treatment, with other health benefits including increased energy and stamina, optimized cellular health, better wound healing, improved cognitive function and pain relief.

Celebs such as Jenner and Kristin Cavallari, Olivia Munn and Chrissy Teigen are flocking to red light therapy as well, a more natural way to prevent wrinkles.

The treatment is said to increase blood flow and oxygen, which helps speed up the cellular process and increase collagen production.

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