Hyperbaric for men:
Hyperbaric has tremendous applications in men’s health. When one views many statistics it appears a man is twice as likely statistically to get a concussion or suffer from TBI (traumatic brain injury) than a woman.
The utilization of HBOT for head injuries is impressive, and it would appear that anyone 40 years old or older could likely gain much from hyperbaric sessions.
As one reviews the business side of pharmaceuticals it is clear that a male enhancement product named Viagra was quite sensational worldwide at stimulating business among other things. Viagra when one studies what it does is merely a vasiodialator. By increasing circulation things come to life. As a comparative reference the whole point of hyperbaric is to increase oxygenation and thus improve circulation. Impressive results can be obtained therein.
In essence all hyperbaric employs some simple effects to achieve increased oxygenation. By pressurizing the atmosphere and theoretically the gas molecules one squeezes down the size of the molecules.
More air/oxygen fits in to the hemoglobin as a result, and even more importantly when squeezed down sufficiently the plasma of the blood loads up with oxygen as well. This creates a situation where even slight increases in pressure with 100% oxygen can shift blood oxygen by 5-20 fold. The greater saturation is reached when plasma circulation is reached. Here is a “spin” most won’t tell you about.
It is likely best to increase pressure just enough to get the big boost, but keep in low enough to allow the participant to stay in the atmosphere as long as possible. The length of time is often no encouraged or taught because commercial operations want to turn over their bed and occupants like a hoteling operation. What we have strived to provide is longer stays for greater effect.
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