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body recharging station

hyperbaric oxygen


HBOT helps block the action of harmful bacteria and strengthens the body's immune system. HBOT can disable the toxins of certain bacteria. It also increases oxygen concentration in the tissues. This helps them resist infection.   The results suggest that HBO has been shown to be an effective method for treating complex wounds. It significantly improved wound healing. However, HBO does not replace quality wound care. HBO should be used in addition to, but not as a replacement of aggressive wound treatment.


What does a session of HBOT feel like?  During therapy, the air pressure in the room is about two to three times the normal air pressure.   The increased air pressure will create a temporary feeling of fullness in your ears similar to what you might feel in an airplane or at a high elevation. You can relieve that feeling by yawning or swallowing.



Who is HBOT recommended for? Hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy is recommended for customers 18 years old or older.  We recommend that you start slow with 30 minute sessions and work your way up to a full hour.


How often should you repeat HBOT?  Hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy sessions last a little over one hour and are generally scheduled once a day, five days a week.  You may need 30 or more treatments before the therapy is complete.   How many treatments you have is often dependent on how quickly your condition improves.



What are the results of this therapy? Generally, though, anyone who needs oxygen treatment should consider committing to at least a couple of sessions per week as a bare minimum.   Many customers see great results with one treatment per day for five days, up to 20-40 treatments total.



 What does this help to improve? The treatment also helps get the body back to its clean and natural state. The increased oxygen in the blood and tissues can protect athletes from diseases, bacteria, and other viruses by optimizing the cellular metabolic processes and enriching our blood with oxygen supply.



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