Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases pose a serious threat to human health and are common and frequent diseases in clinical practice. Many diseases are related to ischemia and hypoxia, such as coronary heart disease, arteriosclerosis, cerebral ischemia, cerebral infarction, etc. Long-term chronic hypoxia is one of the main causes of their onset and progression. Regular oxygen inhalation can delay or avoid the occurrence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases to a certain extent. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is currently the most effective method of oxygen therapy in clinical practice. Oxygen can protect the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular systems like a drug, improve circulation - achieving better results than simply "flushing the blood vessels". It is one of the comprehensive measures for the treatment of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Rational hyperbaric oxygen therapy can protect the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular systems and safeguard our health!
People's lives are getting better and better now, but at the same time they eat too well and exercise too little, which has become a critical risk factor for various diseases such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes, cerebral ischemia, cerebral thrombosis, etc., and the age of onset is getting younger and younger. "Scale" in the blood refers to cholesterol, triglycerides, etc., which accumulate in the blood vessels and form yellowish plaque-like substances. Over time, the elasticity of blood vessel walls decreases, blood flow is obstructed and slowed down, and eventually cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases occur due to ischemia.
Eating meat and fish every meal can easily clog blood vessels. Eating out frequently, the dishes in restaurants are often cooked with "high oil, high salt, high sugar" and "thick oil and red sauce", leading to the accumulation of more and more fat in blood vessels and becoming one of the important factors of blood vessel blockage.
Insomnia, reversed day and night rhythms, disrupt the biological clock of blood vessels. Staying up late leads to excessive secretion of adrenaline and noradrenaline in the body, causing blood vessel constriction, slow blood flow, and increased viscosity. People who suffer from long-term insomnia or "reversed day and night rhythms" have double the risk of developing cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases compared to normal people.
Smoking two packs of cigarettes a day can "poison" blood vessels easily. Smoking is one of the main culprits that cause blood vessels to fail. Even if you are in good physical condition, smoking two packs of cigarettes a day will definitely leave toxins in your blood vessels, making them weaker and weaker. Smoking while staying up late can increase the viscosity of blood by more than 8 times compared to normal times.
Lack of exercise leads to more blood vessel debris. Although blood vessels in the lower limbs are also important, they are often overlooked. More exercise can open up more capillaries and promote microcirculation. However, long-term lack of exercise allows debris inside blood vessels to accumulate, forming a "time bomb" of atherosclerotic plaques that can affect capillary blood supply, which may explode at any time.
Hypertension and diabetes can harm the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular systems. The chance of cerebral infarction occurring in hypertensive patients is 4-7 times higher than that of normal individuals. High blood sugar not only affects microvessels but also causes major blood vessels to become diseased. The incidence of cerebral infarction in people with high blood sugar is 2-3 times higher than normal individuals.
Negative emotions harm blood vessels. Mental stress can cause endometrial constriction and accelerate blood vessel aging.
Hyperbaric oxygen can significantly increase the dissolved oxygen concentration in blood, increase blood oxygen tension, and increase blood oxygen partial pressure 14 times higher than usual. It can increase the oxygen reserve of tissues, improve the diffusion rate and effective diffusion distance of blood oxygen. Deeply improve ischemic and hypoxic conditions caused by various circulation disorders, repair damaged tissues, and improve the function of various systems in the human body.
Under normal circumstances, the effective radius of diffusion of human brain gray matter capillaries is about 30 microns, while under hyperbaric oxygen it can reach 100 microns, which can enhance microcirculation blood rheology and improve blood supply in ischemic and hypoxic tissues.
Hyperbaric oxygen can enhance the penetration of oxygen diffusion and can treat local tissue cell hypoxia caused by blood vessel obstruction, vasospasm or cell edema.
Hyperbaric oxygen can promote the formation of new capillaries and collaterals, rescue neurons in the "ischemic penumbra" area, and the formation of a large number of microvessels can repair certain pathological changes in cerebrovascular, promote nerve function recovery.
Hyperbaric oxygen can reduce blood viscosity, inhibit platelet aggregation, enhance the activity of fibrinolytic enzymes, prevent thrombosis formation, and promote thrombus dissolution and absorption.
Hyperbaric oxygen can regulate lipid metabolism, improve lipid metabolism, beneficial for weight control, prevent and repair damage caused by high blood lipids to blood vessels, and reduce the incidence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
Hyperbaric oxygen can mobilize the body's self-regulatory potential, timely correct metabolic disorders, prevent myocardial ischemia, hypoxia and pulmonary edema, promote endocrine, glucose utilization, enhance liver and kidney function, and promote detoxification, urination function, maintain water and electrolyte balance, improve nutrition, and is beneficial to improve the overall immune defense capability of the body.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can provide sufficient oxygen supply to brain tissue, repair and restore mitochondrial function of the brain cortex that is out of sync, which can make people sleep well, feel good, reduce or eliminate psychological stress, have a positive and optimistic attitude, which are particularly beneficial for the health of the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular system.