Peripheral Neuropathy and Oxygen
Oxygen and Water Therapies
Oxygen deficiency is the direct precursor to nearly all illness and disease. Without this vital earth element, human life ends in approximately 6 minutes. That's how vital oxygen is to our cells - including nerve cells. Without it, they begin to shut down very quickly.
Oxygen deficiency symptoms include: stomach acid, bacterial, viral, parasitic infection, bronchial, poor circulation problems, dizziness, fatigue, irrational behavior, irritation, depression, lowered immunity to colds, flu and infections, memory loss, muscle aches, overall bodily weakness, poor digestion, tumors, and acidic deposit buildup in vital organs.
The sharpest of scientific minds are growing concerned that the human bodies are not getting anywhere near the levels of oxygen needed for peak health, vitality, immune system function, and longevity. They point to the growing evidence which suggests; 1) human bodies are meant to function at far higher concentrations of oxygen than it is currently getting; 2) the total dissolved oxygen content of most peoples bodies today is considerably lower than what is needed to maintain health, high energy levels and benefit proper metabolism; and 3) the lower the dissolved oxygen content, the greater our susceptibility to chronic illness and disease.
A few words from the experts...
Note: We've found
literally hundreds of these kinds of statements by MDs,
PhDs and researches alike regarding oxygen, water, and
our desperate need to get more of both. remember,
neuropathies are directly caused by Anoxia - the
lack of oxygen. This is why oxygen therapies are
often employed as an alternative (or supplement) to
Oxygen therapy and neuropathy.
Clinical setting treatments may include Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments (HBOT); intravenous (blood transfusion); breathing masks; nasal cannula (tube through sinus), and more.
Home use therapies can include simple breathing exercises or a prescription breathing mask device, but many home products use water as the carrier to deliver the much needed O2. You can also invest in a HBOT chamber for home use in severe cases - confer with a physician before doing so.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT)
therapy (abbreviated HBOT therapy) is a
medical treatment that uses pure oxygen
to speed and enhance the body’s natural
ability to heal. Hyperbaric oxygen
therapy is an American Medical
Association, FDA and Medicare approved
modality. While sometimes hyperbaric
medicine procedures are used as a
primary emergency treatment, it is more
often used as a cost effective adjunct
or enhancement therapy. Supervised
HBOT is a great
way to go if you have good insurance.
Otherwise, it can get quite expensive.
Fortunately, there are other ways to
dramatically increase your daily oxygen
HBOT is a great way to go if you have good insurance. Otherwise, it can get quite expensive. Fortunately, there are other ways to dramatically increase your daily oxygen needs.
Oxygenated water is a very efficient way to deliver dissolved oxygen to the body. The super wetting hexagonal structure efficiently carries the extra oxygen, energy, and ionic minerals deep into the cellular environment within minutes after drinking. Absorption begins almost immediately.
Another great thing about water delivery is that you're getting adequate water! Dehydration in itself can be a contributing factor in the development of neuropathy. By increasing water intake, blood pressure is normalized, circulation is improved, more oxygen and nutrients reach our extremities.
Professor and Doctor of Medicine, Nasser Drakhsan of Heinrich Heine University, Germany was influenced by the cardiovascular surgeon A. Pakdaman to research the use of oxygen as a therapy. His research revealed that the oxygen rich water decreased nitrates, reduced oxidative stress, increased oxygen levels and assisted the body in removal of toxins, especially the effluents of the chemical industry and agriculture. Double blind studies done with Pakdaman’s oxygen enhanced water demonstrated significant improvement in blood and immune system function. "Oral oxygen therapy" he says, "is not widely used. It is surprising that the therapy, which has no side effects and does not need constant doctor’s supervision, has not found a wider audience."
Dr. Pakdaman found that "oral oxygen is absorbed by diffusion and osmosis through the cells in the stomach and intestines and reaches the bodies blood circulation through the portal vein. Such additional oxygen can perform all the same functions as the oxygen absorbed through the lungs. Energies are increased and the quality of life can be improved."
Ozone is another form of Oxygen therapy. Ozone is a relatively simple molecule, consisting of 3 oxygen atoms. Ozone is O3, whereas the oxygen we breathe is O2. Ozone is oxygen in it's most active state. Not only is it an effective way to oxygenate tissue, but ozone presents a unique ability to break down hardened plaque in arteries, capillaries, and veins, dramatically improving circulation. (which improves oxygenation)
Dr. Edward C. Rosenow, Bacteriological Research, Longview Medical Hospital, Cleveland OH; Professor Emeritus, Experimental Bacteriology, Mayo Foundation; and several other famous doctors and researchers have studied the effect of increasing the body’s oxygen by oral applications of oxygen with ozone therapies. One point of interest found in there research is that ozone further activates the enzyme 2,3 Diphosphoglycerate (2,3-DPG) in hemoglobin t6o release oxygen. This is of particular importance to diabetics, in which 2, 3-DPG is depressed. One of ozone's abilities to increase oxygen delivery to peripheral tissues is due to the induced increase of 2,3-DPG in the red blood cells.
We all need more oxygen in our daily lives, especially if we're faced with disease. The list includes nearly all disease, so we won't list them here. A long term approach to healing from neuropathy and maintaining good circulation, good oxygenation, good nutrient delivery, and good nerve function should include some form of oxygen supplementation.
As we've stated already, The ReBuilder is the first step in aggressive neuropathy therapy, but it can be even more effective when used in conjunction with oxygen supplementation and hydration.
These are some of our favorite oxygen products for home use.
Statements about oxygen, ozone, neuropathy and others topics are for information only and should not in any way be used as a substitute for the advice of a physician or other licensed health care practitioner. Statements about neuropathy and the ReBuilder have not been reviewed by the FDA. Suggestions and ideas presented here should not be interpreted as medical advice, meant for diagnosing illness, or for prescriptive purposes. The ReBuilder system’s electrical stimulation has been proven 95% effective in recent clinical studies in reducing and even reversing the symptoms of neuropathy.