HBOT, an established medical treatment that involves breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized environment, could provide a new means to slow the progression, or even prevent the development, of Alzheimer's disease.
Reduced cerebral blood flow, and the resulting decrease in oxygen supply to the brain (hypoxia) is associated with the onset of dementia and correlates with the degree of cognitive impairment in Alzheimer’s disease.

The researchers suggest that HBOT causes structural changes in blood vessels, which serve to increase cerebral blood flow, reduce brain hypoxia and improve cognitive performance. They note that HBOT holds promise for the prevention of Alzheimer’s disease as it not only addresses the symptoms, but targets the core pathology and biology responsible for the advancement of the disease.Dementia is a common disease among people over the age of 70. It is a biological process in which a person loses his or her memory and actively progresses to a deterioration of thinking. This makes it very difficult to cope with everyday tasks. Dementia often occurs in people because of an inappropriate lifestyle, a lack of physical activity throughout life, and the presence of diseases such as diabetes.
The most common type of dementia is Alzheimer's.
HBOT is an ideal treatment for people with all types of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease. These illnesses are caused by a decreased oxygen supply to the brain, which this procedure compensates for.
Recent Israeli research has proven the effectiveness of HBOT therapy in influencing the processes responsible for the development of various forms of dementia. This is a real medical revolution, since HBOT is a completely non-medicinal method.

After an average of 60 sessions, the blood supply to the brain cells will increase by up to 20%, which is an amazing result!
Traumatic Brain Injury and concussion
Traumatic Brain Injury occur as a result of a variety of causes, including Traffic accidents, Fights, and Sports injuries

There are also three degrees of injury severity. In most cases, when a person suffers a brain injury, it is in the form of a concussion.
* Dizziness
* Loss of consciousness
* Vomiting
* Feeling of extraneous noises
* Lack of coordination control
Symptoms of trauma include:
Treatment with HBOT
When the brain cells are enriched with oxygen they function as a continuous mechanism which is responsible for the functioning of the central organ in our body. However, when a brain injury occurs, the oxygen supply is disrupted with cellular damage.
HBOT is an excellent therapy that restores cognitive function. This is because the procedure creates a favorable environment for the formation of new cells and restoration of blood vessels.
How should I prepare for the procedure?
You can be in the pressure chamber only in clothes made of pure cotton without jewelry. You may not use deodorant, perfume or cosmetics before the procedure. We recommend excluding carbonated water and alcohol a few hours before treatment.
How is the therapy going?
It doesn’t hurt and doesn’t bring discomfort. You lie in a hyperbaric chamber, which has a transparent cover and allows you to be in the doctor's field of vision, who is in full control of the process. You can even communicate with him through the intercom. Just enjoy and relax!
How safe is it?
You breathe pure oxygen, the most important source of our life. It has no risks or special restrictions! However, each individual case is discussed with our experienced specialists.
How long does the HBOT procedure take?
One session takes from 60 to 90 minutes. You can even sleep during this time as you are in an ideal environment for this.
What are the side effects after HBOT?
The patient may feel rapid fatigue and sometimes a slight pain in the ears after the first few procedures. However, do not be afraid of this! Your body is just adapting.
How long is the HBOT course?
The duration of treatment depends on the condition of the patient, but on average it ranges from 3-6 weeks.
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