Benefits of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Autism

HBOT for Autism

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for autism has come up as an effective alternative treatment for children suffering from the neurodevelopmental disorder. Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy or HBOT is a  treatment that involves inhaling oxygen in a pressurized chamber. It has been accepted as a successful treatment for many disorders like Carbon Monoxide poisoning, arterial gas embolism and more. 97% of oxygen in our body is carried by hemoglobin for circulation throughout the human body. With additional oxygen supply in the body, the percentage oxygen content of hemoglobin increases to 100%. Body tissues…

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Five top treatments with Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

HBOT for Autism

Treating Arterial Gas Embolism with HBOT-  You may hear a lot about Gas Embolism being incurable. There is no need to get intimidated. With a considerably proliferated use of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy this disease can be well healed. We need to know about the disease briefly before talking about HBOT and its role in healing the condition. Gas Embolism or Air embolism is a complex pathological condition caused by intrusion of a gas bubble inside the vascular system. A familiar symptom is Decompression Sickness commonly seen in underwater divers. Inert…

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Is there an Autism Epidemic?

HBOT for Autism

ASD or the Autism Spectrum Disorder is spectral disorder that affects the brain development. Characterized by the difficulties in social communication, verbal and non-verbal interaction and repetitive behavior, ASD is a not a curative disease. As per the findings of CDC, (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) one out of every 88 children in US have autism. Previously the data stood at 1 in every 110 children, but the leap of 25 percent has shocked many people. With more than one million children and adolescents now affected with autism, people…

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Treat Autism and their disabilities with HBOT

HBOT for Autism

The simplest way to define autism is to give it the connotation of a “complex developmental disability.” Usually detected within the first three years of a human life, autism is the result of a severe neurological malfunction disabling the person’s communicative and social interactive skills. Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD are developmental disorders which results in abnormality of the individual. Caused due to the brain anomaly, a person with ASD reflects the same autistic behavior of reserved communication and zero sociable skills. Resisting to any…

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