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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SFU to Research Effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy on Autism


Simon Frazer University (SFU) is a public research academia established in 1965 and based in British Columbia, Canada. It has branches in Burnaby, Surrey, and Vancouver. Being one of the premier academic institutions in Canada, over the years SFU has contributed significantly in the research and development of medical science. Since April 2015, SFU has been conducting focused research and analyzing the effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) on autistic patients. Who is Funding the Research? The research is being funded by Darryl and Lee Frost, who have been magnanimous…

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5 Health Conditions that can be Treated with HBOT

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Our body is like an automated machine. It needs oxygen to function just like a machine needs a fuel to operate. Unlike machines, the human body has the capacity to heal a condition on its own. However, this depends upon the supply of oxygen to cells and tissues, the more the better. A disease, an injury, or aging besets the process of supply of oxygen. This causes undesirable changes and affects certain parts of the body. The key is to supply oxygen adequately to the affected parts of the body…

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