Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is a specialized treatment that involves breathing pure oxygen while inside a pressurized chamber. The chamber is designed to increase air pressure and oxygen availability, allowing your lungs to take in more oxygen than you would normally breathe. The increased oxygen molecules are “pressed” into the body and delivered to the red blood cells and the blood plasma for transportation throughout the body. Oxygen is a key component for healing, repairing and rebuilding the cells in our bodies.
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Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
$89 | $129 | $169
60 | 90 | 120 minutes
Activating the body's natural healing processes and reviving damaged tissue are the most significant benefits of mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). Other benefits include more energy and better focus, reduction of pain and an improvement of COVID symptoms. HBOT sessions can promote less mental and physical fatigue, along with a happier mood and a relaxed state of mind. Click on the CONDITIONS box below for information on specific conditions that are supported by HBOT research.
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Rachel B, Provo, UT
MORE OXYGEN-Forces oxygen 400% deeper into bodily tissues, even reaching bone marrow. Saturates blood plasma with oxygen and promotes healing of all body tissues.
MITOCHONDRIA HEALTH-Mitochondria lose an electron during HBOT, creating an antioxidant effect, thus preventing damage and death of mitochondria, which is the powerhouse of your cells!
DETOXIFICATION-Detoxifies the body from microbes, systemic bacterial and viral load, yeast overgrowth (gut & systemic), mercury, and other heavy metals.
STEM CELL PRODUCTION-Stimulates the production of white blood cells, STEM cells (and their transfer to the Central Nervous System), and the direct production of STEM cells in the brain.
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY-Powerful anti-inflammatory response in every cell, allowing for pain relief and the healing of stubborn injuries and inflammation-based disease.
ANTI-AGING-Stimulates collagen production, filling in fine lines and wrinkles. Stimulates the healing of eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
BRAIN HEALTH-Increases serotonin production, oxygenates the full brain, helps with anxiety, depression, and promotes healing of TBI and concussions, including old traumas.
BLOOD FLOW-Promotes angiogenesis (new blood vessel formation), increases blood flow and stimulates the production of white blood cells. FDA-approved for severe anemia.
How it WORKS
1-NORMAL OXYGEN DELIVERY: When you breathe, oxygen is brought into your lungs, then most of it binds to your red blood cells to be carried throughout your body to oxygenate tissues. A mere 1.5% of the oxygen goes to your blood plasma, which allows it to travel to places the red blood cells are too large to go. Plasma oxygen levels are critical to healing injured tissue & circulatory problems.
2-HYPERBARIC OXYGEN DELIVERy: Mitochondria lose an electron during HBOT, creating an antioxidant effect, thus preventing damage and death of mitochondria, which is the powerhouse of your cells!
3-SUPPLEMENTAL OXYGEN: Breathing regular air in a hyperbaric chamber will still press extra oxygen into the body, but adding oxygen greatly increases the benefits. HBOT in a hospital uses extreme pressure and a 100% oxygen environment. It's powerful but poses risks. In mild HBOT, the pressure is lighter & O2 only reaches 30%, eliminating the risks. Newer studies are showing mild HBOT to be as beneficial!
4-FREQUENCY VS. ONE-OFF TREATMENT: If you're experiencing pain or low energy, one treatment can feel good and many people say it's the equivalent of 1200mg of Ibuprofen. But if that's all you needed, you probably wouldn't be here. The physiological benefits that HBOT has been recognized for come from a very common 40-Hour Hyperbaric Protocol. This protocol has been shown to produce powerful results with pressures between 1.3 - 2.4 ATA and session durations of 60-120 minutes. Typically, 5 consecutive days are recommended, with a 2-day rest period. With this protocol, the 40-hour protocol can be accomplished in 1-2 months. This protocol has been commonly adopted by many centers and has shown to have very good clinical outcomes.