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Ozone Therapy

Ozone therapy has been used historically to treat a variety of conditions. More recently, it has been used as a tool for enhancing anti-aging. By increasing the oxygen level in the blood, Ozone oxygenates the tissues in the whole body. Not only does it positively affect the appearance of skin pigmentation, but also helps the body’s healing process by supporting both blood and liver detoxification, anti-aging properties and the immune system.

One of the fundamental underlying causes of all degenerative diseases, from diabetes to heart disease and even cancer, is decreased mitochondria cellular energy production. Ozone has been found to correct this issue. Ozone therapy stimulates the uptake of oxygen by stimulating the diphosphoglycerate(DPG) enzyme. The DPG enzyme supports the release of oxygen from the hemoglobin molecule to be used by the cell. When cells get the optimal amount of oxygen and function properly, they help prevent or inhibit disease.

Ozone therapy provides powerful and healing health benefits with little or no side effects. Studies show the following benefits:

  • Suppress infections by killing viruses, bacteria and yeast, especially those hard-to-treat, resistant pathogens found in chronic conditions such as Lyme disease

  • Improve circulation by enhancing blood flow

  • Work as an immune modulator, meaning it helps to keep your immune system in top working order

  • Increase the uptake of oxygen by stimulating the enzyme DPG, which helps the cells get all the oxygen they need to function properly. This aids in killing resistant, anaerobic infections and provides the cells in the area with the extra oxygen needed to heal.

  • Stimulates your mitochondria, the powerhouse of your cells, by increasing the cells’ energy so that your body stays healthy

  • Enhance your body’s ability to increase its antioxidant capabilities and protection

Stop by our office to learn more about the benefits of Ozone therapy or give us a call at 855-234-WELL to book your first session!

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