Crohn's disease can be treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment is all about getting the patient to lie down inside an airtight hyperbaric chamber and breathing in 100% pure oxygen.
Hyperbaric wound treatment is quite safe and requires no operation. This sort of procedure is U.S. FDA approved and is currently proven to treat other disorders such as diabetes, ADD/ADHD, stroke, head injuries, memory loss, wounds, and autism, and insomnia.
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People who are interested in this kind of procedure can avail of it by renting or buying their hyperbaric chambers. Chambers are sold at two sizes, the single bag, and the dual bag.
The single bag only occupies a single individual at a time and can be worked solo. While the dual bag will need two people to be operated and may occupy two individuals.
Crohn's disease may also be treated with drug therapy. Drug treatment can be the consumption of anti-inflammatory drugs. In this process, patients are treated with medications that contain mesalamine which's a chemical that regulates inflammation.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy helps Cerebral Palsy, Autism, MS, Parkinson's, healing of wounds, Athletic Performing, used an immune defense, and much more.
HBOT increases fibroblast replication and collagen production. Additionally, it increases the RNA/DNA ratio at the cells, improved creation of rough endoplasmic reticulum cells of the wounded region.