Alzheimer’s Treatment2021-07-23T19:39:20+00:00

Alzheimer’s Treatment

Alzheimer’s Treatment

Using hyperbaric oxygen therapy for the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease is showing great potential as an alternative treatment.

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The traditional treatment options for Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) involve some drugs that address cognitive symptoms and a focus on providing a safe environment for the patient. Unfortunately, drug treatments for AD have limited therapeutic effect and do little to reduce the progression of the disease. Hyperbaric oxygen treatments are showing great potential for future treatment of Alzheimer’s.

Some studies have suggested that hypoxia – a deficiency in the amount of oxygen reaching the tissues – is an important environmental factor that could contribute to the progression or development of Alzheimer’s disease. HBOT could prove to be an effective alternative Alzheimer’s treatments since it can enhance oxygen delivery to bran tissues and protect neurons.

Alzheimer’s disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that is the most common cause of dementia in older adults.

Hypoxia is theorized to be a relevant factor contributing to the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease.

HBOT can target the pathological processes of Alzheimer’s because it has an impact on microcirculation, mitochondrial disfunction, and more.

Hyperbaric oxygen treatments deliver 100% pure oxygen at increased pressure which helps it reach areas of the body that are potentially oxygen-starved.

This treatment has the potential to be more effective if the patient begins hyperbaric oxygen therapy in the early stages of the disease.

There are an estimated 4.6 million new cases of dementia each year, so as the population ages, the potential therapeutic effects of these treatments will be very important.

At Aalto Hyperbaric Oxygen, we are committed to providing an alternative treatment when traditional methods have proven insufficient.

At Aalto Hyperbaric Oxygen, we are committed to providing an alternative treatment when traditional methods have proven insufficient.

While Alzheimer’s disease is progressive and irreversible, studies are starting to show that there is a lot of promise for addressing its symptoms with HBOT. In some studies, patients have reported increased memory and concentration, better conversational abilities, decreased disorientation, more sleep, and less frustration. This is not a cure, but it is a treatment for Alzheimer’s that is getting more attention.

At Aalto Hyperbaric Oxygen, we provide these alternative treatments for a range of conditions in a safe and comfortable environment. If you are unsatisfied with the current state of traditional Alzheimer’s treatments, come and visit our state-of-the-art facility and find out if this is an option for you.

Legal Disclaimer

While the studies on the effectiveness of hyperbaric oxygen therapy suggest promising results for a variety of medical conditions, individual results may vary. There are no guarantees for a specific outcome. HBOT may not be appropriate for every condition or ever individual.

The content information provided within this site are for educational and informational purposes only and not to be considered as medical advice.  Please consult with your treating medical physician before pursuing any form of therapy, including Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.  In full support of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, off-label Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is considered Investigational and Experimental.

If you are experiencing any kind of medical emergency, always call 911 or your doctor immediately.

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