Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used to treat many different diseases and to alleviate the course of chronic diseases. Thanks to sessions in the oxygen chamber, convalescence time is significantly shortened, and patients recover much faster.
Hyperbaric therapy is the most effective and safe way to increase oxygen levels in the blood and thus in all organs of the body. Usually the session in the chamber lasts 60-90 minutes. During the procedure, the patient lies and breathes calmly in a normal rhythm for himself. Oxygen therapy is a recommended method for improving the health of people of all ages.
Oxygen dissolved by high pressure stimulates the production of additional stem cells, increases the ability of white blood cells to destroy bacteria, and also reduces existing edema. Thanks to the treatment, this valuable element goes to areas where circulation is reduced or blocked, and to damaged tissues. This process allows faster growth of new blood vessels in problem areas of the body, restoring optimal cellular and organ function. Thus, oxygen therapy supports the immune system, increasing its capabilities and preventing many diseases. It is a simple, non-invasive and painless treatment. In cases such as gas embolism, decompression sickness or carbon monoxide poisoning, hyperbaric therapy is the most effective way to save a patient’s life.
Sessions in a hyperbaric chamber are recommended as supportive therapy in the treatment of such diseases as migraine, edema, depression, injuries, burns, cerebral palsy, neurological diseases, autism, Lyme disease, allergies, gastrointestinal diseases, skin diseases, abscesses, necrosis, mycosis, chronic inflammation, cardiovascular and vascular diseases, rheumatism, difficult to heal wounds, sexual dysfunction, infertility, diabetes, anemia, infections and others.
Although oxygen therapy is a safe procedure, before entering the hyperbaric chamber you should consult your doctor and rule out all possible contraindications.