Since the 1800s in Great Britain, breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber has been utilized to treat a multitude of ailments. If you’ve been curious about trying hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Tucson, read on.
Pure Oxygen in a Pressurized Chamber
Fast track your healing, athletic performance, and overall energy level.
- Boost athletic performance
- Slow cancer growth
- Boost supply of circulating stem cells
- Stimulate oxygenation
- Promote new capillary and blood vessel growth
- Increase mental focus
- Boost chemotherapy drug efficacy
- Support faster wound healing
- Decrease injury recovery time
- Increase survival rates in patients with metastatic cancer by 77% (when combined with ketogenic diet)
- Promote new nerve growth in brain
- Reduce radiation-induced inflammation in tissue and bone
“Healing cannot take place without appropriate oxygen levels in tissues and cells.”
While breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized chamber has been widely known and used as the primary treatment for decompression sickness, or “the bends,” which typically occurs during scuba diving, hyperbaric oxygen therapy is also a useful treatment for many other ailments and injuries.
Invented in the 1600s in Great Britain, but not widely used or of great benefit until the 1800s, HBOT involves breathing oxygen at 1.5 – 3 times higher than normal atmospheric pressure. When oxygen is consumed at higher pressures, up to 20 times more oxygen can be absorbed by the body. Increasing oxygen absorption can have a major impact on the speed at which an individual can heal or recover as the oxygen intake of cells, tissues, and organs is significantly increased.
Some of the benefits claimed from regular HBOT include new capillary and blood vessel growth, a boosted supply of stem cells floating in the blood, promotion of new nerve growth, a decrease in wound healing time, slowing of cancer growth, boosted efficacy of chemotherapy drugs, a reduction in inflammation, and much more. If you’re interested in hyperbaric oxygen therapy in Tucson, contact us today to learn more.