Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Therapy- Restores rejuvenates and Refreshes YOU!

Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber Therapy uses the hyperbaric chambers where the air is pressurized to allow the person inside the chamber to experience the higher atmospheric pressure which is greater than the normal environmental pressures. It is a well known fact, that at higher altitudes the barometric pressure is much lower. This decrease in the atmospheric pressure subsequently reduces the amount of oxygenation in the blood. This condition is referred to as anoxia, where the molecules oxygen exert lesser pressure on the walls of the alveoli, as stated in the Dalton’s Law and it is this law which is followed in the hyperbaric oxygen therapy. The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society has stated that the patient who breathes 100 percent oxygen at one atmosphere of pressure by exposing the isolated body parts to 100 percent oxygen does not necessarily undergo the hyperbaric oxygen therapy or HBOT. It is only when the 100 percent pure oxygen is inhaled within an enclosed chamber, this therapy works.

Hyperbaric oxygen Therapy can be organized in a monoplace or a multiplace chamber. In a monoplace chamber a single person is accommodated at a time and this chamber is pressurized with 100 percent oxygen which the patient inhales. Multiplace chambers, on the other hand, can accommodate from two to ten persons at one go. Multiplace chambers are pressurized with the compressed air where the patients breathe in 100 percent pure oxygen with the help of a mask, hood or endotrachial tube. The hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy usually gives different pressures to different patients depending upon the wound types. The chronic conditions and wound healing usually requires 2.4 ATA or Atmosphere Absolute Pressure. In case of emergencies this might be increased to 3ATA or less depending upon the situation. When patients of cerebral gas embolism are treated then they require upto 6ATA of pressure. When the hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy is administered by accredited physicians and most highly trained physicians they are highly safe and effective. The hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy is given to patients in the form of sessions. The duration of each session might last from 60 minutes to 90 minutes. In cases of carbon monoxide poisoning it may continue for a little longer.

Hyperbaric oxygen chamber therapy is extremely popular because the patients feel much better after the treatment. Though the patient might feel fullness in ears when the oxygen inside the chambers starts with a hissing sound, yet they can wait for the compression to complete. Once the ears become normal they can relax by listening to music, watching videos and come out feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. So what are you waiting for? Go for one today!