The operating principle of a pressure chamber is that a certain pressure of the air-gas mixture is created in a confined space. When carrying out hyperbaric oxygenation, the blood is saturated with oxygen much more than during normal breathing.
Together with the blood flow, oxygen penetrates into various parts of the body, especially those that urgently need additional tissue saturation. With this procedure, the body launches regenerative processes in all tissues - nerve, muscle, bone, cartilage, etc.
Oxygen stimulates the normalization of metabolism, thus oxygenation helps burn excess fat.
Using a pressure chamber it is possible to treat:
- Cardiovascular diseases (angina pectoris, arrhythmia, heart failure, vascular embolism, etc.);
- Pathology of the gastrointestinal tract (peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, intestinal diseases);
- Liver diseases (hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver failure);
- Diseases of the nervous system (stroke, traumatic brain injury, encephalopathy, spinal cord injury, etc.);
- Poisoning with heavy metals and other harmful substances;
- Eye pathologies (circulatory disorders, diabetic retinopathy, optic nerve dystrophy);
- Diseases of the endocrine system (complications of diabetes, diffuse toxic goiter, etc.);
- Maxillofacial pathologies (periodontal disease, necrotizing gingivitis and stomatitis, healing after plastic surgery);
- Gynecological diseases (chronic inflammatory processes of the pelvic organs)
- Urological diseases (sexual dysfunction).