April 12, 2019
1. Reduces swelling
Oxygen that is breathed in a hyperbaric (under pressure) environment enhances your white blood cell count that fights bacteria and swelling caused by injury.
2. Facilities soft tissue healing
Angiogenesis (blood vessel regeneration) helps to create the best environment for the body’s natural healing process to repair damages.
3. HBOT can cut recovery time by 70%
Undergoing a course of HBOT alongside physiotherapy has proven results to get you back to fitness in 70% less time*.
4. Hyperbaric plasma load
Hyperbaric oxygen causes 100% oxygen to diffuse into the plasma and be stored there. The viscosity of the oxygen loaded plasma means that it can pass restrictions caused by swelling and injury, and perfuse further into tissues.
5. Enhances performance by increasing your red blood cell count
Much like training at altitude HBOT causes the body to increase production of red blood cells, breathing oxygen in a hyperbaric environment has the same effect and increases oxygen carrying capabilities. This can decrease symptoms of fatigue and encourage energy levels to be maintained during training periods.
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June 03, 2014
New research has emerged that suggests using a hyperbaric chamber can increase the sensitivity to insulin to the same extent as achieved by losing 13 per cent body weight.
Insulin resistance is a condition where the body produces insulin but does not use it effectively to ‘mop up’ sugar from the blood, which can ultimately result in type 2 diabetes. Early research shows that HBOT treatments could help to reduce this risk of developing diabetes. If proved further, this could be a significant and major breakthrough in the treatment and prevention of type 2 diabetes.
Read the full story by Roger Dobson here.