Oxygen Therapy and Its Application

Oxygen under increased pressure is critical. Thanks to this, it dissolves in the plasma and, consequently, oxygenates the internal organs much more effectively. It facilitates the removal of toxins from the body, such as carbon dioxide, but also revives and stimulates cells and helps to bring them to normal work.

Oxygen is a threat to bacteria, especially anaerobic bacteria, which in turn are often responsible for serious infections. It also destroys protozoa and viruses. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy heals strokes, coronary artery disease, complications after atherosclerosis and ulcers. The problem then is poor oxygenation of these places, resulting from a weakened blood supply. The therapy increases the supply of oxygen to damaged tissues and helps in their regeneration.

Oxygen therapy helps restore the functions of damaged internal organs precisely through regeneration made possible by stem cells. In this way, it improves the work of the liver and brain, but also of all other organs.

Thanks to this influence on the body, hyperbaric oxygen therapy has a preventive effect and helps in the treatment of various diseases, such as:

Migraines – the blood vessels relax, the blood flow improves and, as a result, oxygenation of the brain cells is improved. Thanks to this, hyperbaric oxygen therapy can support the treatment of depression and autism. A better supply of oxygen allows you to calm down and concentrate.

Skin diseases – such as rashes, acne, atopic dermatitis or psoriasis, as well as swelling and hard-to-heal wounds, and even burns. Increasing the supply of oxygen allows the skin to regenerate and kills anaerobic bacteria, reducing the risk of infection. The increase in the number of stem cells accelerates tissue renewal.

Treatment of inflammatory diseases, e.g. rheumatism – oxygen provided to the body during oxygen therapy fights inflammation and relieves pain.

Stroke, coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis – due to the supply of more oxygen, the blood vessels dilate, which facilitates the transport of blood throughout the body. After a stroke or heart attack, it supports recovery and accelerates the return to normal neurological functions.