Humans need oxygen to survive. In elementary school, we all learned that the air we breathe contains 21% oxygen.

we’ve known of the role of oxygen in our health for hundreds of years, it wasn’t until 1891 that Dr. J.L. Corning built a hyperbaric chamber in New York.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) involves breathing pure oxygen at high pressure. Pressurized chamber helps lungs and tissues absorb oxygen.

There are three types of hyperbaric oxygen chambers. The first two are medical grades that you find in hospitals and medical centers.

There are three types of hyperbaric oxygen chambers. The first two are medical grades that you find in hospitals and medical centers. Multiplace chambers – Monoplace chambers – Soft-shell chambers –

HBOT Benefits Increases oxygen – Regrows blood vessels – Decreases swelling and inflammation – Improves lymphatic fluid flow – Stimulates stem cells – Kills infections –

You can cause damage with too much of a good thing like oxygen. There is such a thing as oxygen toxicity. When the amount of oxygen is too high, it can increase reactive oxygen species.

It’s wonderful that we can now harness the power of oxygen in the privacy of our own homes.