Here is the Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Uses
Hyperbaric oxygen chambers have been used since 1662, Nathaniel Henshaw used them to treat acute conditions.
Now and with over 10,000 human studies later, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is used for a range of conditions such as serious infections, autism, diabetes, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Previously, studies using extremely high pressures of 2 ATA (atmosphere absolute) were the only pressures that were studied. But thanks to continuous research such as this study here, atmospheric pressures much lower (1.3 ATA) are now being proven to show tremendous benefits.
Studies have shown benefits for autism, IBS, diabetes and recently in November 2020, a team in Israel showed that HBOT can help reverse the aging process.
At HBOT London, our chambers provide 1.3 ATA of pressure.