OXYVENATION – INTRAVENOUS OXYGEN THERAPY
Prostacyclin is formed in the body when oxygen is administered via a vein, with many extremely positive effects on the body. Particular worthy of mention are the improvement of the circulation, the inhibition of inflammation, stimulation of the immune system, and the improvement of metabolic processes.
The effects of intravenous oxygen therapy:
Stimulation of the circulation due to dilation (expansion) of the blood vessels: e.g. after a heart attack or stroke, in the case of tinnitus, dizziness, memory problems, sudden deafness, dry macular degeneration, etc.
Inflammation-inhibiting, proven to reduce TNF-alpha and leukotriene synthesis, both of which are central promoters of the inflammation cascade, e.g. in the case of rheumatoid arthritis or inflammatory bowel diseases (e.g. colitis ulcerosa, Crohn’s disease
Inhibits the growth of cancer cells and the formation of metastases.
Has an anti-allergic effect by stabilising the mast cells.
Relieves eczema and psoriasis.
Stimulates the immune system.
Stimulates the metabolism.
Reduces the risk of thrombosis.
Promotes the healing of wounds.
Reduces swelling due to oedema.
Protects cells from oxidation.
Improves kidney performance.
Normalises blood pressure, both with hypertension or hypotension.
Improves the quality of sleep.