Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is the use of oxygen at a pressure higher than a normal atmosphere to treat a variety of medical conditions.
In conjunction with its use, HBOT is commonly used in hospitals for a variety of conditions including tissue necrosis and nonhealing wounds, anaerobic bacterial infections, decompression sickness, gas embolism, ward syndrome, stroke, ischemia, anemia, and chronic refractory osteomyelitis.
Doctors are determined to find a potential drug that HBOT will prescribe for the treatment of Lyme disease, knowing that spirochetes hate oxygen and hope that intense ozone infusions will kill the bacteria.
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Ozone is less stable but more active than oxygen. Ozone therapy is then recommended to deliver oxygen to the tissues and cells that need it.
This is the only app known to successfully deliver oxygen to distant parts of the body, boosting the immune system and the body's own way of fighting Lyme disease.
Anaerobic Lyme bacteria also thrive in non-oxidized areas, so increasing oxygen content through ozone therapy can effectively kill pathogens and reduce disease-related symptoms.
Ozone also raises blood pressure to a certain level, which is unbearable for the Lyme disease bacteria.
Hyperthermia (also called thermotherapy), in which the body's cells and tissues are exposed to high temperatures to inactivate and destroy malignant cells and pathogens.
Hyperthermia was developed and primarily used to treat cancer, usually in conjunction with chemotherapy and radiation therapy.