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What Are the Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

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Do you ever feel like you need to breathe deeper than you’ve ever breathed before? Modern life’s daily stressors can deplete your body and make you feel lifeless, but hyperbaric oxygen therapy may help. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy, or HBOT, is a specialized treatment providing high levels of oxygen to the body. HBOT is often used help heal wounds (especially those that result of diabetes or radiation injury) and stop infections that occur when damaged tissues are starved of oxygen. HBOT is typically administered to people with decompression sickness, a dangerous condition experienced by mountain climbers and deep-sea divers undergoing a sudden or severe change in air or water pressure. HBOT is also prescribed to those suffering from issues like burns, severe anemia, carbon monoxide poisoning, gangrene, and major tissue injuries. Decompression sickness also called “the bends,” occurs when nitrogen in blood and tissues that normally dissipates gradually, instead forms tiny bubbles (much like carbonation) that can …

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