Ozone Therapy and Ozone Sauna Therapy Treatment
Ozone therapy is a unique medical treatment that helps to detoxify your body as well as heal it. The ozone treatment is a great option for many individuals who are currently suffering from a variety of health conditions and are looking for a supplement to traditional medications and procedures. Ozone therapy, as well as Ozone sauna therapy, can both help to improve certain conditions and help restore your health and vitality, leaving you feeling better than you did before.
Who is Ozone Therapy For?
Ozone therapy is for anyone who is dealing with chronic illnesses and conditions that have you feeling run down and not functioning at your very best. Some illnesses that patients have sought out Ozone therapy for in the past include:
- Chronic fatigue
- Cardiovascular issues
- Chronic hepatitis
- Lyme Disease
- Chemical sensitivity
- Macular degeneration
- Recurring bladder conditions
- Crohn’s disease
- Certain auto-immune diseases, such as Lupus
How Does Ozone Therapy Work?
Ozone therapy is a unique treatment. It was developed in Germany in the 1950’s, and has been growing in popularity ever since its creation. Ozone treatments are available in the United States, many individuals with chronic conditions are finding Ozone therapy is helpful for them to manage these conditions and the related symptoms.
Ozone is thought of as supercharged oxygen. Since the air you breathe is a pair of atoms in the air, Ozone is thought of to be a better form of oxygen, since it has three atoms. Because of this, the Ozone therapy we offer has wonderful medical properties that can help you feel your best.
Benefits of Ozone Therapy:
Ozone therapy has five key benefits that are offered when treated. These are:
- Immune system regulation
- Increased oxygen uptake
- Improved circulation
- Increased antioxidant protection
- Stimulates mitochondrial production in cells to help stop degeneration from certain diseases
How is Ozone Therapy Administered?
Ozone therapy is typically administered via a process called Autotherapy. Autotherapy is the most effective way for the administration of Ozone therapy. The patient sits in a chair and has a small amount of blood – usually between six and twelve ounces – taken and placed into a sterile bottle. Ozone is then added into the bottle with the patient’s blood, and then shaken gently. Once shaken, red and white blood cells will absorb the Ozone, and the blood can be returned to the patient’s body, with the whole procedure lasting between thirty to forty-five minutes. Ozone therapy can also be administered through a procedure known as Ozone Sauna.
Ozone Sauna Therapy
Ozone sauna is a unique way to administer Ozone therapy – through a personal steam sauna. The sauna room is heated up for the patient, and then carbon dioxide is administered into the air. After that, the carbon dioxide is removed from the air and it is then filled with Ozone gas, which can help to open up the body’s circulation to the skin, allowing the ozone gas to reach the skin through normal circulation. This is ideal for individuals suffering from chronic skin conditions, as well as any internal medical conditions, as well.
Prolozone therapy is a specific form of ozone therapy that focuses on treating joint and musculoskeletal issues. It involves the injection of ozone gas, along with other therapeutic substances such as vitamins, minerals and homeopathic solutions, into damaged or weakened areas of the body. Prolozone injections aim to stimulate the body’s natural healing respinse and promote tissue regeneration in the targeted areas.