Your body's tissues need an adequate supply of oxygen to function. When tissue is injured, it requires even more oxygen to survive. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the amount of oxygen your blood can carry. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy for ligament damage, copd, anxiety, autism, cancer, diebetic foots, Lyme disease, brain Injury, stroke, etc is widely used in clinics and medical centers.
Optimization of microcirculation
Activation and improvement of the lymphatic system
Activation of drainage systems to eliminate toxins
Oxygenation of peripheral tissues
Improvement of overall blood system circulation
Improvement of cardiac functions
Osteo-articular and muscular system improvement
Anti-inflammatory effect on subcutaneous fat
Speeds up the recovery process for post-op patients
Well-established treatment for decompression sickness
In the event of stroke, oxygen is the primary substance the brain is deprived of. When not enough oxygen gets to the brain, the intracranial tissues begin to die, leading to permanent damage and loss of function.
In the ever-progressing field of medicine, neurologists now accept that the oxygen-starved brain tissues do not die immediately; instead, they sustain trauma, and it is possible for this trauma to be reversed.
When given the right dose of oxygen, damaged brain tissue can function up to eight hours after death.
According to one study, in the late 1990s, three Dutch neuroscientists brought the brain cells of thirty deceased persons back to life by the administration of oxygen to the cells in the brain.
If you or a loved one have recently sustained tissue damage due to stroke or lack of adequate blood flow to the brain, consider pursuing HBOT as a treatment option to revitalize traumatized tissue and boost the production of new cells.
One complicating factor of autism spectrum disorder is the brain’s lack of activity when stimulated with sensory or auditory input. This is partly due to increased swelling in the capillaries of the brain. Because HBOT works by reducing swelling and delivering oxygen to poorly circulated areas, there are numerous reported cases in which a child with autism has achieved previously unattainable levels of speech, play, and mental responsiveness. Hyperbaric chamber for stroke victims is also widely used.
Traumatic injuries can lead to muscle swelling and neurologic problems, especially for individuals living with damage sustained from car accidents, whiplash, falling, or prolonged obesity. Damaged blood vessels are also common by-products of such trauma, and complications may include non-healing wounds, infections, and amputations.
Oxygen therapy enhances the circulation of oxygenated blood to damaged tissues and promotes the growth of new blood vessels, making it a valuable treatment option for traumatic injury patients.
Numerous studies and clinical trials have shown that HBOT stroke recovery is effective in treating wounds that normally would not heal because of poor blood circulation. The pure oxygen and increased atmospheric pressure not only increases the supply of oxygen to all damaged tissues, but can also reduce excess fluid, improving blood flow to damaged areas.
For people with diabetic foot ulcers, HBOT can mean the difference between being able to walk and being disabled for the remainder of their lives.
According to one study, about 15% of people with diabetes will develop a foot ulcer in their lifetimes.
Oxygen therapy can not only treat diabetic foot ulcers, but also prevent them from forming. Poor blood circulation and nerve damage are usually the causes that lead to ulcers, and the saturation of oxygen in the bloodstream allows the body both a great offence and defense to nerve damage.
Oxygen therapy administered in adjunction with antibiotics can be a viable treatment plan for diabetic patients, helping to reduce the risk of wounds and the necessity of amputation.