Expand your service offering with the fascinating world of hyperbaric oxygenation. This advanced hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) technology uses controlled concentrations of oxygen to enhance your clients’ sense of well-being and vitality.
Hyperbaric oxygenation HBOT – the inhalation of pure oxygen in a pressurised chamber – increases oxygen levels many times normal, activating our body’s natural self-healing abilities.
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Hyperbaric oxygen therapy uses the special hyperbaric oxygen chamber to increase oxygen pressure and deliver more oxygen to the lungs, blood and cells. Normally, our cells only use 25% of the oxygen we breathe in to create energy in the form of ATP. In the hyperbaric chamber, more oxygen is transported to the cells, which increases energy production.
Under increased pressure, such as in a hyperbaric chamber with 1.5 ATA, the lungs can take in more oxygen than under normal air pressure. This allows the oxygen content in our arteries to be up to ten times higher than under normal conditions. This improves the oxygen supply throughout the body, right down to the deepest cells.
Our bodies need oxygen to function properly, and injured parts need even more of it. A lack of oxygen can lead to weakness, damage, premature ageing and memory problems. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment helps get more oxygen into the blood, which can support tissues and boost overall energy and vitality.
Our hyperbaric oxygen therapy chambers are designed and built to very strict technological specifications to ensure high quality and safety. In addition, the design emphasises ease of use with the highest quality, making it easy to control, even at home. After reaching the set pressure, it’s time to relax and enjoy a stable and calm environment with increased pressure and pure oxygen.
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2. Hyperbaric Therapy: a more general term that could refer not only to oxygen but to any kind of treatment under elevated pressure, although oxygen is the most commonly used.
3. Pressure Chamber Therapy: A direct translation of the English term “pressure chamber therapy”. This term emphasises the aspect of the elevated pressure environment in a special chamber.
4. Hyperoxia Treatment: “hyperoxia” means an increased concentration of oxygen in the body, and this term can be used to refer to the increase of oxygen concentration in tissues by HBOT.
5. Hyperbaric Oxygenation: A term that is less commonly used but refers to the process of oxygenation under elevated pressure.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a medical treatment based on the administration of pure oxygen under elevated ambient pressure. This non-invasive therapy can be used for a variety of medical conditions to improve tissue oxygenation and aid healing. In this article, we will take a closer look at how hyperbaric oxygen therapy works, its applications and the scientific evidence that supports its effectiveness.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a treatment method in which the patient inhales pure oxygen in a special pressure chamber. The ambient pressure in the chamber is increased to 1.5 to 3 times the normal atmospheric pressure, which results in higher concentrations of oxygen being dissolved in the body tissues.
The increased ambient pressure in the hyperbaric oxygen chamber causes oxygen to dissolve in the blood plasma and tissues. This increases the oxygen supply to the body and leads to increased oxygen diffusion into damaged or poorly perfused tissues. HBOT thus supports the healing process by promoting the formation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis) and reducing inflammatory reactions.
Fields of application of hyperbaric oxygen therapy
Yes, hyperbaric oxygen therapy is considered a safe and effective treatment for certain medical conditions. Numerous studies and clinical experience have shown its effectiveness in healing wounds, treating carbon monoxide poisoning and relieving decompression sickness.
The duration of a hyperbaric oxygen therapy session can vary, but is usually around 1.5 to 2 hours.
The frequency and duration of HBOT will depend on the specific medical indication. A series of treatments over a period of a few weeks is usually recommended.
HBOT is usually well tolerated. However, in rare cases, mild side effects may occur, such as earache, a feeling of pressure in the ears, tiredness or headache. These are usually temporary and mild.