Supplementary oxygen supply is useful for all diseases that result in an oxygen deficiency.
Oxygen therapy supplies oxygen (O2) to the blood. The body needs large amounts of oxygen to produce energy. It is absorbed from the air into the blood with every breath and brought to every cell in the body. Therefore, an interruption of breathing and blood circulation very quickly have a fatal effect on the tissues.
When is oxygen therapy useful?
In all diseases that result in a lack of oxygen, a supplementary oxygen supply is advisable. These include: Improving performance, adjunctive therapy for Lyme disease and co-infections, memory impairment, respiratory diseases, obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), bronchial asthma, emphysema, lung damage in cystic fibrosis (cystic fibrosis), acceleration of wound healing, Cardiovascular diseases, high/low blood pressure, pulmonary hypertension, severe chronic heart failure, cor pulmonale, cardiac arrhythmias, immune deficiency, poor physical condition, lung cancer, cancer therapy concomitant to chemotherapy and radiotherapy, nerve diseases such as: Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular diseases, sleep apnoea syndrome, migraine, rheumatic symptom complex, rheumatoid arthritis, metabolic disorders, diabetic retinopathy.