Hyperbaric oxygen therapy or HBOT is a painless procedure in which patients are exposed to increased pressure, allowing greater absorption of oxygen throughout body tissues that will result in many healing and therapeutic effectuation floods oxygen in areas in our body where it is oxygen starved thereby stimulating regeneration and cell growth.
HBOT is a US FDA approved buying a hyperbaric chamber treatment for 13 indications and is now widely used in the USA, UK and China. It is used for the treatment of such neurological disorders like Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, ADD/ADHD, immune dysfunction,spinal cord injury, anoxic brain injury, near drowning and other off-label indications.
HBOT started out as a medical treatment to speed up and enhance the body’s natural ability to heal. Today it is now an approved modality that is most often used as an enhancement therapy for wide variety of medical conditions. It is a non-invasive method. It uses 100% oxygen under increased atmospheric pressure in a controlled hyperbaric chamber.
Alzheimer’s, the most common form of dementia is diagnosed in people over 65 years of age. It is thought to be incurable, degenerative and a terminal disease. There is an estimated 26.6 million people worldwide that have Alzheimer’s in the year 2006 and the number could quadruple by 2050.
And like you I don’t want that number to quadruple in 2050. And HBOT maybe the answer to make those numbers dwindle. So please do help me spread the news about HBOT, help me spread the hope that this modern therapy may bring.
Single and double bag hyperbaric chambers that measure 34 inches in diameter and 105 inches long are already available. These hypebaric chambers feature a proven strap and steel reinforcements system. Their high strength zippers and straps do take some 60 seconds or more to apply but there are Demo video in websites that make instructions more easier to understand.
These hyperbaric chambers also can fit both child and adult at the same time and their extra long zippers make entry and exit easy for those who have disabilities or injuries. Single bag chamber can be operated solo by anyone while the double bag chamber would need two hands to operate solo especially for people who are disabled or injured.