Inflammation And Hyperbarics

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Inflammation And Hyperbarics

Inflammation is an integral finding in numerous medical conditions and coincides with nearly all types of injuries and insults to the body. Numerous studies have reported chronic inflammation in Alzheimer’s Disease, Autism, Cancer, Stroke, Diabetes, Traumatic Brain Injury, IBS  and many other chronic health challenges. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) has been demonstrated to substantially attenuate inflammation throughout the body. HBOT drives increased levels of oxygen into the cells of the body, by travelling through plasma, subsequently reducing inflammation and pain. Studies have shown that HBOT increases anti-inflammatory levels and provides increased cellular aid to heal target regions. As oxygen serves as one of the primary mechanisms to ameliorating inflammation, HBOT creates the environment where this process is stimulated and enhanced.

Support Anti-Inflammatory Process At The Cellular Level

  • Decreases acute & chronic inflammation
  • Minimises pain and discomfort
  • Increases anti-inflammatory cytokines
  • Reduces swelling
  • Induces fibroblast (connective tissue cell) activation

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Reduce Neuroinflammation

  • Has been shown to improve autism symptoms
  • Supports the prevention and treatment of stroke
  • Reduces risk of Alzheimer’s & Parkinson’s Disease

 

Decrease Gastrointestinal Inflammation

  • Remediates inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • Ameliorates Ulcerative Colitis
  • Improves nutritional absorption

 

Relieve Soft Tissue & Joint Inflammation

  • Remediates osteoarthritis & rheumatoid arthritis
  • Ameliorates tendonitis
  • Accelerates recovery from sports-related & high-impact injuries
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References:Low pressure Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in autism spectrum disorder, a prospective randomized study of 30 children. Vecchione, R., Picariello, N., Haidar Hassan, K., Del Corso, F., Corcos, L., Nappi, A., Mauro, U. and Antonucci, N.: International Journal of Current Research vol.8, Issue, 05, pp.30587-30598, May 2016Effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen on Inflammatory Responses to Wound and Trauma: Possible Mechanism of Action. Noori S. Al-Waili and Glenn J. Butler: The Scientific World Journal (2006) 6, 425-441 ISSN 1537-744X; DOI 10.1100/tsw.2006.78

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