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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a procedure in which we breathe pure oxygen inside a
chamber with increased atmospheric pressure to improve the natural healing powers of our body.

Breathe wisely

The science behind the magical
powers of oxygen

The air we breathe contains volumes of about 20.9% oxygen,
78% nitrogen and small amounts of argon, carbon dioxide,
neon, helium and hydrogen. The breathing air we inhale
contains oxygen particles that travel from our lungs into the
red cells of our bloodstream.
In normal conditions, cells absorb only 25% oxygen into
their mitochondria – the power house of our cells – that
convert oxygen and nutrients into ATP (Adenosine
triphosphate), the high-energy molecule that stores and
gives our body energy to function. This process is called
aerobic respiration, the principal reason we breathe oxygen.  

Inside a hyperbaric oxygen chamber, the pressure forces the oxygen into our lungs, bloodstream and cells to increase the absorption rates within the cells. More 0xygen is supplied to mitochondria, thus enhancing the production of energy

It’s not quite magic,
it’s pure science.

The energy boost

Under conditions of pressure (for example 1.5 ATA), lungs can absorb more oxygen than breathing pure oxygen at normal air pressure. The circulatory system carries oxygen throughout the body to help fight bacteria and help the body to increase the oxygen supply deep into the cells.

In normal conditions, the oxygen level in our arteries is 100mm Hg. Inside a hyperbaric chamber at 1.5 ATA, the oxygen level in our arteries can reach under optimal conditions even 1000 mm Hg, an increase of 10 times than in normal conditions.

The ideal supply of oxygen

Organic tissues need an ideal supply of oxygen to function correctly. Injured tissue requires more oxygen to survive, thus hyperbaric oxygen therapy will increase the amount of oxygen carried by blood to restore adequate levels of blood gases and tissue function.

Reduced oxygen levels

Our bodies depend on oxygen for survival. A lack of oxygen
can weaken and damage tissue, cause premature aging,
cause hair to thin and even affect the memory. When we
age, our cells are starved of nutrients, but supplying oxygen
to our cells can provide health, energy and vitality.
Most illnesses and injuries occur in the tissue level, within
the cells. In cases of non-healing wounds, strokes or
problems with blood circulation, not enough oxygen can
reach the affected area and as a result, natural healing does
not happen. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy provides an
increase in oxygen naturally.

Increased oxygen levels

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can work in areas where other
options are simply ineffective, as a result it is improving the
quality of life of the sufferer.
HBOT can help in any condition where an increase in oxygen
is needed, it even can be used in conjunction with other
type of treatments.

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Hyperbaric Oxygen
Therapy Protocols

Normally Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is used according to
individually based protocols that determins the pressure, the
time-length and the quantity of sessions.
Different personal conditions require different protocols, with
session that can last from 60 to 90 minutes for example,
administered according to a calendar, at variable pressures
(1-1.5 ATA) with daily sessions for 10 to 30 days.

Check with your doctor first

Before therapy
Before starting any HBOT protocol, a medical consultation is
required to determine the potential patient is safe to use the
HBOT chamber and does not have any conditions that
prohibit such treatment– claustrophobia, pneumothorax,
significant pulmonary obstructive disease, history of ear
surgery, uncontrolled high fever, chronic sinusitis and upper
respiratory infections etc.

Potential Risks

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is generally a safe procedure.
Complications are rare. But this treatment does carry some risk

The science behind the magical powers of oxygen

    • Temporary nearsightedness (myopia) caused by temporary eye lens changes
    • Middle ear injuries, including leaking fluid and eardrum rupture, due to increased air pressure
    • Lung collapse caused by air pressure changes (barotrauma)
    • Seizures as a result of too much oxygen (oxygen toxicity) in your central nervous system
    • In certain circumstances, fire — due to the oxygen-rich environment of the treatment chamber

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is as natural as breathing

One of the most efficient natural methods to increase both physical
and cognitive performance

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