Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is the medical use of oxygen in a pressurized environment, at a level higher than 1 atmosphere absolute (ATA). Increased pressure allows for oxygen to dissolve and saturate the blood plasma (independent of hemoglobin/red blood cells), which yields a broad variety of positive physiological, biochemical and cellular effects. This noninvasive therapy is the most trusted way to increase oxygen levels to all organs of the body. The typical treatment lasts for 60-90 minutes, during which the patient lies down and breathes normally.
HBOT has been demonstrated in several clinical studies to enhance the body’s innate ability to repair and regenerate. It is used as an adjunct therapy to complement and enhance the healing process in both chronic and acute conditions.
It’s like when you purchase a bottle of soda, the CO2 (carbon dioxide) gas bubbles are under pressure, which decreases the size of the bubbles enough that they dissolve into the liquid. Therefore, you are unable to see them. When pressure is released, the volume of each bubble increases and the bubbles appear. While an individual is under pressure, the oxygen molecules decrease in size and are able to dissolve into the blood plasma. This exponentially increases oxygen delivery throughout the body and makes it possible for oxygen to reach inflamed tissue and support optimal cellular and organ functionality.
1. Exercise rehabilitation
Hyperbaric Oxygen (HBO) in sports has become more prevalent in today. Mild HBO therapy provides a highly effective way to increase the volume of oxygen in the blood and thus increase the many beneficial effects that oxygen has on the body. It allows the body to get the oxygen it needs to create ATP for energy and flush out the lactic acid that causes muscle fatigue. The elevated oxygen levels help athletes increase performance and recover more quickly after a workout. Increased oxygen delivery to the brain facilitates brain function, and enhances an athlete’s ability to make split-second decisions that could be a difference in the outcome of a game.
The pressurized chamber in which athletes breathe pure oxygen, allows up to a tenfold increase in the oxygen level of the blood plasma and hemoglobin. The red blood cells become more malleable, increasing their ability to penetrate restricted blood vessels so that cells and tissues receive the oxygen they need to regenerate and heal. With hyperbaric treatment, a sprained ankle might recover in four days instead of eight; a bruised thigh could mend in one week, not three. Recovery time is reduced significantly, and athletes at all skill levels get back into play faster.
2. Reduce Tired
After a lot of bodybuilding exercise, the body will be extremely hypoxic, which is to use our hyperbaric chamber, so that the body is filled with pure oxygen, an hour later, the body functions in oxygen environment to regain vitality, so that you no longer tired, muscle It will not be so sore.
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1.How does Hyperbaric work? Hyperbaric is a technology in which the air pressure in the environment
is increased. When a person's body is placed in a more pressure
environment, it absorbs more oxygen molecules per volume of
compressor air. The body normally transports oxygen via the
hemoglobin of the red blood cells. By increase the air pressure, oxygen
is then driven into the body's fluids, allowing the super-saturation of
tissues and organs with oxygen. The increased pressure infuses the
body with oxygen, even reaching injures with damaged corculation.
2. Why Is Oxygen So Important?
Every day an average adult consumes 2 kg of food, 1 liter of water and
almost 550 liters of oxygen. 90% of our daily energy comes from
oxygen and the rest food and water. Our brain is 2% of the total weight
and uses of 25% of the oxygen we breath. We need this oxygen for
the energy cycle that sustains life. When we do not have enough
oxygen in our body tissues a series of events occur that if not corrected
lead to disease conditions, either infection,tissue destruction or both.
If there is low oxygen in tissues (hypoxia) there is a short window of
opportunity to correct it. An excellent method to correct tissue hypoxia
is by using a hyperbaric chamber.
3. What do you feel inside a hyperbaric chamber?
When the chamber is pressurization, your ears may feel pressure
changes. You might feel a little painful in ears. To equalize the pressure
and avoid the feeling of fullness in ears, you can yawning, swallowing
or “blow the nose”. Other than this ear pressure there are no usual or
4. What improvements can I expect to see?
This is one of those questions which has so many different variables
and answers we will have to generalize. We will answer this question
from general experience and with the understanding that no 2 people
get the same results. It is very rare that we do not use see
improvements. What we are looking for is an improvement in the
quality of life for anyone.
5. When will I know how many sessions of hbot are enough?
You will not. What you will be able to notice is whether you are
continuing to get improvements. A clinical study on 1730 subjects
shows the need of around 15 sessions for acute injuries and 40 for
chronic ones.If you saw results during the first 4- sessions, do another
40. If improvement continues,do another 40. Etc. Etc. You are a better
judge of the number of sessions needed than any Doctor.