This question answers the issue I was wondering about of how well an exoskeleton suit could help my characters move as normal in higher and lower gravity Could a robotic exoskeleton give humans Earth like movements on a high gravity planet?
The issue many member brought up is how the internal organs would suffer under higher gravity, or deteriorate in lower. Compression suits that pilots use to force the blood from the lower parts of the body back up to the brain is mentioned but also stated this isn't a perfect solution.
My characters eventually, later in the story will be a digital memory stored in a robotic body but I am using this exoskeleton phase to progress the story and for those characters to get used to and to realise why a fully robotic body is beneficial.
My question is what internal implants or other artificial adjustments can I make to their biological bodies to cope with being able to function at gravity levels of roughly 0.5g to 1.5g or slightly more?
Giving them oxygen masks is something they might need but what internally can be added to help them function along with their exoskeleton suit, or will they need so many artificial parts that they should jump straight to the fully robotic bodies?