Hyperbaric oxygen chamber for health
Your body’s tissues need an adequate supply of oxygen to function. When tissues are injured, they need even more oxygen to survive. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the amount of oxygen your blood can carry. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used in clinics and medical centers for ligament injuries, COPD, covid, long-COVID, anxiety, autism, cancer, diabetic feet, Lyme disease, brain injuries, stroke, and more.
HBOT applications could obtain positive effects in the following cases:
Optimization of microcirculation
Activation and improvement of the lymphatic system
Activation of the drainage systems for the elimination of toxins
Oxygenation of the peripheral tissues
Improvement of the whole blood circulation
Improvement of cardiovascular functions
Improvement of the osteo-articular and muscular system
Anti-inflammatory effect on subcutaneous adipose tissue
Acceleration of the recovery process in postoperative patients
Proven treatment of decompression sickness
If you or someone close to you has recently suffered tissue damage due to a stroke or inadequate blood flow to the brain, consider HBOT treatment to revitalize traumatized tissue and boost the production of new cells.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy and autism & neurological disorders.
A complicating factor in autism spectrum disorders is the brain’s lack of activity when stimulated by sensory or auditory stimuli. This is due in part to increased swelling in the capillaries of the brain. Because HBOT could reduce swelling and deliver oxygen to poorly perfused areas, it could allow a child with autism to achieve previously unattainable levels of speech, play and mental responsiveness. Hyperbaric chamber for stroke victims is also widely used.
HBOT – the therapy option for post-stroke recovery.
Traumatic injuries can cause muscle swelling and neurological problems, especially in people who have been damaged by car accidents, whiplash, falls, or prolonged obesity. Damaged blood vessels are also common byproducts of such trauma, and complications can include nonhealing wounds, infections, and amputations.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy could improve the perfusion of damaged tissues with oxygen-rich blood and could induce the growth of new blood vessels, making it a valuable treatment option for patients with traumatic injuries.
Numerous studies and clinical trials have shown that HBOT applications could be effective in treating wounds that would not normally heal due to poor blood flow. The pure oxygen and increased air pressure could not only increase oxygen delivery to all damaged tissues, but could also reduce excess fluid, improving blood flow to damaged areas.
Diabetic foot ulcers
For people with diabetic foot ulcers, HBOT could mean the difference between walking ability and disability for the rest of their lives.
According to one study, about 15% of people with diabetes will develop a foot ulcer in their lifetime.
Oxygen therapy could not only treat diabetic foot ulcers, but also prevent them from developing. Poor circulation and nerve damage are usually the causes that lead to ulcers, and saturating the bloodstream with oxygen allows the body to both attack and fight off nerve damage.
Oxygen therapy administered in conjunction with antibiotics could be a viable treatment plan for diabetics and help reduce the risk of wounds and the need for amputations.