Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) Chambers – Your Complete Treatment Guide

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Table of Content

 

1. What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

2. Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

3. What Type of HBOT Chamber is Best to Use?

4. How Much Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Cost?

5. Can You Have a HBOT Chamber at Home?

6. Who Can’t Have Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

7. Safety & Dangers of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

7. HBOT Treatment FAQs.

 

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

 

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a treatment that enhances the body’s natural healing process by delivering oxygen under pressure, increasing the oxygen content in the blood and flooding the tissues with oxygen.

Easy!

Want to know more? Then read on for a more detailed explanation…

 

Current Worldwide Oxygen Levels

Pollution is slowly killing us however the timescales over which it does this are unnoticeable to the human. The reason why we are seeing such a huge increase in cancers and cardiovascular diseases is what we are breathing in today, is not what nature intended for you and I.

Our earliest records using trapped fossils, show that oxygen levels used to be around 35%, can you believe this! That’s almost 3 times the oxygen levels that have been recorded in the most polluted cities today. I appreciate the average level worldwide is around 20% to 21% oxygen levels, this however equates back to us humans who are living at the start of the 21st century i.e. now, are only getting 57% of the oxygen the earth originally intended for us!

If this doesn’t stop you in your tracks and make you think, I am not sure what will…

Another way to look at it is that we can live for weeks (maybe months) without food, days without water, yet only minutes without air. Oxygen is our lifeblood, it provides the basis for all essential bodily functions, so that we can live fun and fulfilled happy lives.

This is where Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is the remarkably simple answer to many human health issues and complaints. Whether these conditions arise from disease, injury or maybe you were born with them.

Understanding the bodies’ inflammatory reaction is key to comprehending the vast array of applications that hyperbaric oxygen therapy has for the human body.

Oxygen is the key element in human life, it’s an essential life force element.

 

Detailed Summary of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy consists of two components, increased pressure and increased purity of oxygen. In effect hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a combination drug which consists of the independent actions of increased pressure, and the increased levels of oxygen and in turn, the combined effects of both. This leads to two variable factors that can vary the effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy across a wide range of different doses of pressure and increased oxygen.

If we think of what’s required to heal a wound, new tissue. This consists of new blood vessels, new connective tissues, new bone, new skin and if a brain disorder, new brain tissue. To generate new tissue, you have to stimulate cells to divide and multiply. For cells to divide and multiply, the DNA of the cells must be stimulated in some fashion. Well hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a stimulant. Researchers have shown that after hyperbaric oxygen therapy you will experience increases in proteins, hormones and enzymes.

 

HBOT Turns On Your Good Genes & Turns Off Your Bad Genes

Where this gets really interesting is that a single hyperbaric oxygen therapy session will turn on and off as many as 8,101 genes in the following 24 hours in the human cells that line all of our blood vessels. If then the cells are given another hyperbaric oxygen therapy session within 24 hours, even more genes are activated, and the cells begin to roll up and form small blood vessels.

So not one or two genes, or even a handful but over 8,000 genes! Furthermore the turned on genes are those which code for growth and repair hormones, plus the anti-inflammatory genes. However it doesn’t just stop there, the turned off genes are the pro-inflammatory genes, those that code for cell death.

Due to the two variable factors with hyperbaric oxygen therapy, it’s been found that different pressures turn on different and overlapping sets of genes. While different levels of oxygen also turn on different and overlapping sets of genes. Oxygen was mainly responsible for turning on the (good) genes and pressure for turning off the (bad) genes.

 

This Oxygen Sounds Like a Drug?

Effectively hyperbaric oxygen therapy is the oldest, most basic, most enduring, most effective and most extensive gene therapy known to man. And it’s totally organic!

When oxygen is under pressure it acts like a drug, i.e. having a drug like effect on the DNA and other components of each cell, bringing about permanent changes in the cell and surrounding tissue. Over the last few decades of extensive research into hyperbaric oxygen therapy it’s been found that its secret of success is the cumulative effect, meaning that after 25 to 35 treatments, the body’s tissues have been permanently changed.

I will repeat this point again as it’s so profound, after 25 to 35 treatments the body’s tissues have been permanently changed for the better.

Of course Hyperbaric oxygen therapy has other beneficial effects, such as recruiting stem cells to wounded areas. By using hyperbaric oxygen therapy, genes are stimulated to produce growth and repair hormones simultaneously with stem cells acting as a stimulus to tissue regeneration. Ultimately this is what makes hyperbaric oxygen therapy such a versatile treatment.

For treatment of acute conditions, hyperbaric oxygen therapy also effects the person’s DNA. Evidence points to its ability to reverse injury to the DNA or overcome a type of freeze that has been put on the DNA from various injuries or events.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is delivered in the same way regardless of the conditions it’s being used to treat, however it’s the specific dosage of oxygen and pressure that changes.

Let’s dig a little bit deeper on how HBOT actually does this. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy works on 4 main levels…

 

Hyperoxygenation

HBOT increases the oxygen dissolved in your blood’s plasma (the liquid part of the blood), the oxygen dissolved in your lymphatic fluid, and the oxygen dissolved in your cerebrospinal fluid. Ultimately this means hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the oxygen available to your body, so for your damaged tissues, it’s amazing for stimulating your healing.

 

Neovascularisation

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy stimulates your blood vessel formation and your collagen formation, this is what plumps out your skin and is also your connective tissue in areas that were previously resistant due to lack of oxygen.

 

Hyperoxia Enhanced Antimicrobial Activity

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy reduces and/or eliminates the effects of toxic substances, bacteria, viruses, and yeast in your body by increasing the tissue oxygen levels in your body.

 

Hyperoxia Enhanced Immune Response

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy activates your white blood cells to help fight infections, promoting your resistance to infection, as well as wound healing. While also helping to reduce any inflammation and oxidative stress you may have.

 

Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

 

Knowing how hyperbaric oxygen therapy works and what it can do for your body, you then won’t be surprised at the huge number of conditions it can treat, in particular conditions caused by reduced oxygen levels and forms of injury to the body’s tissues.

Below is a list of some of the amazing things hyperbaric oxygen therapy can treat or at least improve in worst case scenarios:

1. Cerebral palsy.

2. Autism.

3. Head trauma.

4. ME.

5. Strokes.

6. Multiple sclerosis.

7. Motor Neuron disease.

8. Parkinson’s disease.

9. Alzheimer’s disease.

10. Near drowning.

11. Carbon monoxide poisoning.

12. Cardiac arrests and other accidents that result in oxygen deprivation.

13. Alcohol and drug detoxification and the resulting brain injury resulting from abuse of these substances.

14. Cancer.

15. Low energy levels.

16.Chronic sleeping patterns.

17. Anti-aging.

18. Wound healing.

19. Huntington’s disease.

20. Skin conditions.

21. Fibromyalgia.

22. Rheumatoid arthritis.

23. Healing of fractures.

24. Improved sleep.

 

How Can Oxygen Therapy Treat Such A Wide Range of Conditions?

Simple, as a lot of serious diseases/conditions come about from a lack of oxygen, so we are now simply removing the source of the problem by reintroducing high levels of oxygen to the body.

When oxygen is restored to these tissues, much of the lost function returns.  Oxygen therapy also helps to reduce inflammation and promote wound healing throughout the body and even the brain.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy specifically treats the common secondary injury processes that cause the majority of damage in all of the acute and chronic conditions named above.

The simple fact is that nearly every injury process, whether its cause is trauma, toxins, loss of blood flow, low oxygen etc., causes a secondary injury, which is the same regardless of the cause.

It’s this secondary injury process, the inflammation reaction, that generates the majority of injuries that leads to disability. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy treats the acute inflammatory process and the long term end products of the body’s inflammatory reaction.

Once you come to realise this simple realisation, it’s easy to see how hyperbaric oxygen therapy can have such a profound and far reaching application to seemingly unrelated conditions.

 

It’s a Whole Body Experience & Not Even The Brain Misses Out!

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is also a whole body treatment as the oxygen and pressure are introduced to every cell in the body. Such a whole body treatment means all damaged areas of the body are simultaneously exposed to the beneficial effects of the treatment.

For example, patients receiving the treatment for a diabetic foot wound will not just have this area, benefiting, other areas of the body that have chronic injury such as the patient’s diabetes or a brain injury. This makes it very common for patients post hyperbaric oxygen therapy to note an overall improvement in their sense of wellbeing. Ultimately a rather welcome and nice side effect!

Just as we need oxygen from our earliest stages of development until our death, we can benefit from hyperbaric oxygen therapy at any point in our life even if we don’t experience any of the above conditions. It can also be seen as preventive drug/treatment. So if you want to turn off certain pro-inflammatory genes that have yet to take a noticeable effect on your health, then hyperbaric oxygen therapy acts as prevention, rather than cure, the very words I live by. It will also help you look younger for longer and improve sleep and energy levels!

No human can be permanently kept safe from the huge range of risks that we are exposed to as part of everyday life, however, just imagine how different all our lives would be if we all had immediate access and use to a treatment that could prevent substantial amounts of long term tissues damage and the resultant disabilities that result when the brain is starved of oxygen.

What hyperbaric oxygen therapy must not be seen as however, is a replacement treatment to other existing and well established forms of medicine. It’s best to be viewed as complimentary and additional, whereby it adds to the healing powers of existing treatments and makes them more effective.

Finally some interesting claims have been made about the beneficial effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy, like renewed sexual vigour, what we do know is that hyperbaric oxygen therapy causes new blood vessel growth and blood flow, so it makes perfect sense why one would also experience such benefits!

 

What Type of HBOT Chamber is Best to Use?

 

We have now reached the world’s most important question when it comes to HBOT chambers! And one that has had many an experts nickers in a twist for years!

However the answer is extremely simple…It depends!

The question is better rephrased, what HBOT chamber is best for you? I will answer the question if there are no limitations, whether that be price, space, frequency of use or portability of the HBOT chamber, once we have established what a hard shell HBOT chamber and a soft shell HBOT chamber actually is.

 

What is a Hard Shell and Soft Shell HBOT Chamber?

First off some of you may be wondering what is a soft shell HBOT chamber as opposed to a hard shell HBOT chamber? I will keep this brief as it’s very simple.

A soft shell HBOT chamber is an inflatable structure, people even refer to them as tents (not a term I like as it undermines their effectiveness). It’s often made of polyurethane with a zip to open and close, well it will have typically two layers of zips to accommodate the pressure the zip will be subject to.

They are lightweight, easily moved, don’t take up a huge amount of space and are very cost effective. More on these aspects later.

A hard shell HBOT chamber is, by the name suggests, a hard solid structure. Typically made from metal and acrylic (the windows). Due to their high build quality, they can withstand higher pressures. It’s these higher pressures that generally improve the benefits for users of hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

 

Whats Best Hard or Soft HBOT Chambers?

In a nutshell, considering that there are no limitations, the hard shell HBOT chamber is by far the best. It’s that simple. The reason why is the pressure.

The pressure is the key component when it comes to hyperbaric oxygen therapies effectiveness. I have heard some people believe that 1.8 ATA is better for people with chronic conditions such as MS and a lot of the MS centres in the UK use this level for that very reason. Whereas some conditions are better suited to 2.0 ATA.

However one thing that the soft shell HBOT chamber can’t do, is operate at higher pressures than 1.5 ATA. Therefore it’s not as effective at treating nearly all conditions that a HBOT chamber can significantly help with.

The reason you are using a HBOT chamber in the first place is its effectiveness to treat certain conditions effecting you or to benefit from the longevity benefits. Quite simply a soft shell is doing this at a reduced rate or in other words you will need to spend a lot more time in the soft shell HBOT chamber to get similar results.

Now please don’t just assume that just because the HBOT chamber is a hard shell HBOT chamber that it is 1.8 ATA and over. There are a lot of hard shells that are in fact just 1.5 ATA, these are typically the lie down HBOT chambers. And 1.5 ATA is good but ensure you confirm what ATA it is and not just assume, whether purchasing or for a treatment.


How Much Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Cost?

 

We have researched the entire UK hyperbaric oxygen therapy market place to get a detailed understanding of the current prices being charged in the UK, along with the regional differences of all the spas, clinics and wellness centres in the United Kingdom that offer a HBOT chamber treatment. We appreciate we may have missed the odd one, however they are usually picked up next time we update this list.

Please be aware that we have included all HBOT Chamber providers in the results and therefore calculations, regardless of whether they are offering 1.3 ATA mild HBOT (below 1.5 ATA) or the far more effective treatments, using a hard shell HBOT chamber of around 1.8 ATA to 2.0 ATA.

Please note the price calculations excludes charities and diving schools.

 

Price Range of UK HBOT Sessions

Prices for a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber session or HBOT, range from £50 to £150 nationwide, outside of the Greater London region.

Typically in the north west around Manchester and Liverpool the price is around £60. Then for the midlands, in Birmingham its around £75 per HBOT session.

Central London and Greater London, the price for a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber session ranges from £70 to £160, with an average price of £115 for a one off treatment. Please also note that with booking in packages or courses of HBOT, the price comes down significantly.

The in Scotland the average hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber session is £95.

 

Block Bookings of 20 to 35 HBOT Sessions

The key aspect of HBOT treatment is that the best benefits are gained from an initial 25 to 35 sessions, followed by, either an ongoing maintenance package of once a week or month, or simply just done every year in blocks of 25 to 35, a few times a week.

I find a great time of year to arrange your block bookings is January through to March, as lets be honest not a lot is going on then, the weather is terrible outside plus we also have that new years resolution health buzz still resonating, so this is a great year to maximise your health.

With this in mind, when booking your HBOT treatments ask what incentives the provider can offer you, to sign up for this level of commitment with them.

 

Monthly Retainer or Subscription Model Pricing

On a similar theme to the block bookings of 20 to 30 HBOT sessions, consider setting up a direct debit with your wellness centre or longevity clinic whereby you are having one to four HBOT sessions every month for a set price that’s simply paid for every month by direct debit, this way you are incentivised to keep going every week or month as you are paying!

This option also works very well for those who don’t have the time to book out 25 plus HBOT sessions over the next two to three months into their diary.

 

Can you Have a HBOT Chamber at Home?

 

Yes! Article over…ha

So what about people who want to have HBOT chamber treatments regularly and either live far away from the nearest HBOT chamber or even if under 30 minutes away are also realistic to know that the hour round trip, plus getting ready then the time before and after at the longevity clinic on top of the 75 mins of being in the HBOT chamber is going to make for a total of 3 hours.

This versus going into the next room at home for 1 ¼ hours! Hence why a lot of people have started investing in their very own home HBOT chamber (me included).

You are probably thinking well how I go about this. Well, it is actually very simple. However there are a few aspects you need to consider. These are:

1. Floor space.

2. Door width.

3. In extreme cases, load bearing capacity of your floors.

The main aspects to consider in order to have your very own HBOT chamber at home are will it fit.

 

Minimum Room Size Required for Your HBOT Chamber?

It’s not just the HBOT Chamber itself you have to consider from a minimum size perspective as you will require at the very minimum an air compressor and an oxygen generator to operate the HBOT Chamber. I cannot recommend enough however the need for an air cooler as well. These things get very hot in the summer without the air cooler. You have been warned!

A sit-up soft shell HBOT Chamber, is a lot easier to have at home from an installation and size perspective, and of course cost. However, they won’t get the highly effective pressures of 1.8 ATA to 2.0 ATA though they are still good.

It’s also worth remembering that the soft shell HBOT Chambers expand when at pressure, so without enough space around the chamber, it’s going to be pressing very hard on the surrounding walls. This is not good at all!

You want the room to feel welcoming and not difficult to set up and feel very tight in the room, the smallest room I have had my HBOT chamber in which was a in one of my previous houses. The sit up soft shell HBOT Chamber was in a room 8ft by 9ft. This worked very well where it had its own sperate room, however it also wasn’t taking up a larger room that could be used for something else. Also there was enough space to use it and set it up nicely combined with not wasting a lot of space.

The for the pinnacle and the only option I would consider budget allowing is sit up hard shell HBOT Chamber. You are going to need a room at least 280cms or 9 foot wide. You then want to allow for space around the HBOT Chamber and in front of the HBOT Chamber to get inside, ventilation and of course to set it up in that room.

The room length you would require is around 440 cms or 14 foot. You can get away with smaller, however this allows for a very nice and relaxed setup.

The location of the door to enter the room is going to have a bearing on the size of the room and also the shape of the room as well.

 

Minimum Door Width Required for Your HBOT Chamber?

You might have enough rooms and enough space in each room, however can your new HBOT chamber fit through your front door, up your stairs and finally into its intended final resting place?

I know this seems so obvious however you would be surprised at the number of people who don’t think of this and just assume! Which is why it’s our job to ensure you do things right and get all aspects covered!

If you are opting for a soft shell HBOT Chamber this is not something you have to concern yourself with unless you live in some hobbit styled house!

This gets hard to answer on an individual basis as some of the largest HBOT Chambers often have the option to come in parts that are made up on site. This means you can ironically often get larger HBOT chambers through a normal sized door than some of the smaller, yet one piece HBOT chambers.

This is something that needs to be discussed on an individual basis. However our HBOT Chambers can all comfortably fit through a door width of 78cms due to the modular nature of their design.

 

Weight & Floor Strength for Your HBOT Chamber

For most types of HBOT Chambers this is not a consideration, and only a consideration when going for the larger and heavier hard shell HBOT Chambers that weigh over c.500 KG and you know that you have weaker flooring or you have a suspended wooden floor, as opposed to concrete floor.

his is not something I can answer for you and something you will need to assess yourself as all floors are different, both in material used and the design of the structure. Our HBOT chambers start off at just 350 KG which makes them great for the majority of floors.

 

Who Can’t Have Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

 

Below are the contraindication for HBOT chamber sessions:

1. Recipient of an organ replacement.

2. History of seizures. These need to be under control before having a HBOT session.

3. Pregnant.

4. Breast feeding.

5. Fever or strong cold/flu.

6. Uncontrolled hypertension, as blood pressure can increase during a HBOT session.

7. Contact lenses need to be gas permeable and not hard.

8. Pacemakers/implantable devices due to risk of fault at such high pressures, plus any resulting fault could then spark a fire due to the very high oxygen levels. This needs to be confirmed before you HBOT treatment with manufacturer/clinician.

9. Heart conditions, these need to be check with your clinician due to the wide range of heart issues and HBOTs effect on them.

10. Those who suffer from claustrophobia, will struggle in a lying down monoplace HBOT chamber, however a larger sit-up or multi person HBOT chamber will likely be fine.

11. Recent eye surgery, always best to allow a few months post-surgery and again to confirm with your physician when you can resume HBOT.

12. Congenital spherocytosis as the pressure from HBOT can cause severe haemolysis.

13. Chronic sinus conditions, due to the high pressures.

14. Recent thoracic surgery.

15. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or severe asthma.

16. Respiratory infections.

Please note that though this a very comprehensive list, it may not be exhaustive as with times so does research and findings come out that we may have missed however this serves as an extremely good foundation of awareness when deciding are you safe to have HBOT sessions or not.

 

Safety and Dangers of HBOT Chambers

 

Ok Ralph, well this all sounds too good to be true this hyperbaric oxygen treatment, it surely must have some side effects? It can’t be this good (and safe)!

Well of course it does have some side effects, everything in life is dualistic, HBOT included, they just happen to be very, very rare.

That being said, these are extreme cases and nearly everyone (though not everyone) report mild to no side effects according to a comprehensive study combined with my own personal experience, of almost a decade of being involved with HBOT chambers.

I am going to begin with the first issues I ever encountered with a HBOT session, after 4 years of using them and hundreds of treatments. Ironically it wasn’t even in my HBOT chamber, where most of these hundreds of treatments had been racked up! It was in fact in a coaching clients HBOT chamber, who had kindly let me use his as was looking to heal faster after someone had tried to kill me in my sleep when dating a new girl (it was her ex-boyfriend from over a year ago who had broken into her house!), as I had lent mine to British Lions international Gareth Cooper.

 

Claustrophobia

I didn’t even know this was something I suffered from, as I had not really experienced this as an adult and can only remember a time as a kid caving of some form and not particularly liking it.

Well an enclosed lie down HBOT chamber will do just that for a lot of people. I had always used a sit-up HBOT chamber, and this feeling never even occurred to me. Then in the hard shell HBOT chambers I would regularly use at a local Cheltenham venue, this was a large diving HBOT chamber which could fit a lot of people, so again no reason to feel claustrophobic.

This was an eye opener for me and though I didn’t like the experience one bit, I was very glad of this as this one experience made me realise the key to getting people to use something that’s beneficial for them, is to make it easy. Suffering from claustrophobia is certainly not a way to make it easy for people.

This is the sole reason why we don’t supply lie down cylinder designed HBOT chambers. That being said, there are transparent acrylic cylinders/lie down HBOT chambers where the walls of the HBOT chamber are completely transparent. This of course would help, though as of writing I have not been in one, and therefore I can’t comment, however I have a feeling it still may be a problem.

So if you don’t like small, confined spaces then opt for a sit-up or larger multi-person HBOT chamber which will easily resolve this aspect.

 

I Ear You’re Under Pressure

Yes, I get this every time, however you simply get used to it and after the first one or two experiences you accept it as part of the process.

The feeling is similar to that of a plane, when descending. The atmospheric change may cause your ears to become pressurised and feel the need to pop! This is very normal.

That being said, the most common side effects of HBOT is middle ear trauma (sounds like something out of Lord of The Rings!). The eustachian tube, which connects your middle ear to your sinuses, needs to be manually opened to release this new built up pressure. Just like on a plane, swallowing, drinking water, blowing your nose or chewing will resolve this by forcing the valve open and releasing the air inside, resuming normal pressure once more within your ear.

 

I See You’re Under Pressure

Just like your ears, the change in pressure may affect the shape of your eyeball. Again extremely rare and the eye will regain its normal shape after a few weeks of being back to normal ground level pressure i.e. outside of the HBOT chamber.

 

I Nose Your Under Pressure

There seems to be a lot of talk about being under pressure here! Which is not surprising really, so again just like the eyes and ears, these four empty yet air filled chambers behind your cheek bones and forehead, that then connect to the inside of your nose, will experience pressure changes.

This can cause your sinus to feel uncomfortable or swollen, potentially blocking the nasal passageways resulting in congestion. Again to release the pressure and the temporary issue, we simply want the pressure to be equalized.

 

Lung Pressure

This is more likely for those with asthma, lung diseases or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Again not something I have personally heard anyone experience however it is possible.

Lung overinflation in extreme cases could cause air to leak into the chest cavity, leading to a collapsed lung. The excess air in the chest cavity could result in difficulty breathing and reduced blood pressure. Again also extremely rare, the lungs could leak air into blood vessels, causing an embolism. This is where gas bubbles in the blood travel to the heart or other organs, in turn blocking fresh blood flow to these organs and if not treated could be fatal.

 

Lower Blood Sugar

Though rare, people with diabetes may experience a drop in their sugar levels during a HBOT session. For those with diabetes and therefore one who is going to get huge benefits from regular HBOT use, then eating a meal before your HBOT session is a good idea to help maintain your blood sugar levels.

 

You Air Head

Some people may feel a light headedness or tiredness after a HBOT session, especially if this is your first one or are worn down. I know I felt this tiredness after my first ever session (which I did alone at home and was actually quite concerned what would happen to me!). The plus side was that I slept amazingly that first night!

 

Oxygen Poisoning

Yes, we can have too much of a good thing and HBOT is no different! Though very rare as you have to be pushing it real hard to get to this level, nevermind where do you find all this time to spend in a HBOT chamber! It is possible as people will love the huge improvements in health conditions or even general wellbeing and simply think more is necessarily better.

Well, you can have too much of a good thing, as surely, we were all taught this as kids!

This is only going to happen when you start going over the recommended protocols. And overloading the central nervous system. Though very rare, it will also simply subside once you stop using the HBOT chamber.

 

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy FAQs!

 

1. Who Benefits Most From HBOT Chambers?

The three main types of people who love HBOT chambers are:

a. Those suffering from chronic pain such as MS, Fibromyalgia and Arthritis.

b. Those recovering from an injury.

c. Those wanting to live longer healthier lives.

Those with chronic pain, after a few session will simply keep coming back for regular treatment as if not maintained they find the pain comes back, and regular HBOT sessions help them to live normal healthy lives, and hence swear by HBOT treatments as it’s a game changer for them. Literally without HBOT their lives are constant pain and struggle.

 

2. What Is HBOT?

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a treatment that enhances the body’s natural healing process by delivering oxygen under pressure, increasing the oxygen content in the blood and flooding the tissues with oxygen.

 

3. How Long Will Your Treatment Take?

Each session takes around 75 minutes, scheduled two to three days apart for maximum results.

 
4. Will You Need to Take Time off Work?

There is no downtime. After your procedure, you can resume your normal activities immediately, without having to follow any special post-treatment measures. You can even have clients come up to the clinic on their lunch break to have the treatment.

 
5. How Many Treatments Will You Need?

To see the great improvements for those both with any health conditions or wanting to improve their longevity, we recommended between 25 to 35 sessions to begin with. Though you will start seeing benefits after around 3 sessions. Followed by an ongoing maintenance program thereon in of once a week or once a month.

 

6. What Does it Feel Like?

It feels like going up in a plane is the easiest way to describe it, as your ears will mildly pop, though after your first session you quickly get used to it.

 

7. Is it Safe?

Yes very, people use this therapy to make them live longer! I have had one at home since 2016 and is very much reaping the benefits.

 

8. How Long Does it Take to See Result?

Those clients with chronic conditions will start to see HUGE benefits to their everyday lives after just two or three treatments typically.

 

9. What Are The Health Benefits of a HBOT Chamber?

Detoxifies your body, boosts your immune system, pain management, improves mental performance, increased energy, helps reduce the effects of chronic inflammatory diseases such as dementia, MS and arthritis, reduces skin issues such as acne, psoriasis and eczema, stress release, boost your sleep quality, helps with joint pain.

 

10. What Do You Wear During Your HBOT Session?

Whatever clothes you feel comfortable in, to be sat for over an hour.

 

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