Since the beginning of time, people have searched for the fountain of youth. So far, no luck. However, there is something, all natural and non-invasive, that can help to reverse age in your entire body by harnessing the healing powers of oxygen – Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.

We all deplore the little signs of aging we see when looking in the mirror each morning or feeling the aches and pains, lack of energy and loss of cognitive abilities. Americans spend billions of dollars a year on products and surgeries to help us look and feel younger: hair re-growth products, dyes to hide the grey, anti-wrinkle face and eye products, cosmetic injections, surgeries and more. Yet, none of these products or procedures help to slow down the biological clock, or regrow tissue, reduce inflammation, or refresh our brain which diminishes with age. However, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy can do all that. It’s is a non-pharmaceutical, natural, therapy with amazing healing and regenerative properties. That’s why Superstar athletes, celebrities, and health innovators use it and/or have a Hyperbaric Chamber installed in their homes.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (also known as HBOT) is proven to offer anti-aging benefits through healing or regrowth of damaged cells. Patients breathe high dose oxygen while the pressure of the treatment chamber is slowly increased. Under pressure the oxygen we breath goes directly into the blood plasma as well as hemoglobin and into solution throughout the liquid in the body, creating a better delivery system of oxygen to the tissue, and delivering up to 20 times the normal tissue saturation. Each cell is saturated with oxygen, accelerating the body’s natural healing processes.

Oxygen therapy can help to increase the body’s antioxidant defenses, raise metabolism, and counteract hypoxic levels that lead to sluggish cell activity and oxidative stress. Research has shown that it can also help to improve the efficiency of hemoglobin and put oxygen directly into the plasma in large quantities saturating tissue with life giving oxygen. Further, can improve blood flow by helping to keep cell membranes flexible; suppress inflammation and break the inflammatory cycle by stopping the upregulation of cytokines. High dose oxygen can fight infection by destroying anerobic bacteria, viruses, parasites and fungi that thrive in low-oxygen environments. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is also used in treating many age-related diseases and conditions such as Stroke, rheumatoid Arthritis, Cancer and auto immune disorders like Parkinson’s or MS.

In addition to its often lifesaving work in the medical industry, HBOT is gaining widespread recognition for its success in treating a breadth of cosmetic concerns. Regular treatment is widely thought to increase aging skin elasticity and to stimulate collagen production which, over time, can improve skin texture and reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. Plastic surgeons often prescribe the therapy to enhance recovery from reconstructive surgery.

But true aging is much more than those age lines and wrinkles. Scientists have found that the chromosomes in our cells progressively shorten each time the cell divides. Eventually, the chromosomes can shorten no further and stop dividing. When this happens, the cells become senescent (sleepy) and die. In premature aging, the lifespan is shortened due to the effects of various stressors to the human body. The most obvious, and often the most common, are alcohol, tobacco, and drugs. These substances have a tremendous aging effect on the human body and can cause progressive ‘wounding.’

In his book, The Oxygen Revolution, Dr. Paul G. Harch expresses that hyperbaric oxygen therapy will “likely become most appreciated by those Baby Boomers whose life spans have been compromised by years of drug experimentation in the 1960s and 1970s.” Wounds in the brain register as areas of low blood flow and low oxygenation, which cause decreased neurological function. Most commonly, this decreased neurological function leads to the premature aging diagnosis we call dementia.

Dr. Harch calls HBOT a “generic drug for repair of brain wounds.” The stereotypic chronic brain wound typically responds well to low pressures of hyperbaric oxygen treatments. What Drs. Neubauer, Harch, and others have shown in the past 30 years is that these premature aging wounds can be repaired for improvement neurologically, cognitively, behaviorally, and emotionally.
Repairing these chronic wounds is considered by many to be a reversal of premature aging by use of HBOT, aiding in prolonging longevity and an enhanced quality of life.

Considering that it delivers a natural substance which helps our body repair itself and has many significant medical benefits, including mending our DNA, it is easy to see why a growing population is utilizing hyperbaric oxygen as an anti-aging therapy.
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