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Postby pmouse » Tue Dec 06, 2011 1:07 am

HBOT

I have been using HBOT in such way:
20 times, twice a day for 1 hour
Once a week 1 therapy.

I started at presure 0,5 bar above normal air pressure (1 bar). And I changed my pressure up to 0,9 bar. There were very different responses of my body depending of presure. I found out that maybe the best presure is around 0,7 bar.

Does anybody had similar experiances?
What presure did you have?

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Re: HBOT

Postby pmouse » Tue Dec 06, 2011 1:18 am

First week between tretment I was bad and I had no improvements. I guess body was filling with oxygen.
Second week I begun to feel some improvements - blader function was better (less urgency, more empting).
I was filled with oxygen so I felt and looked like a sun.
My stability was much better.
My walking was more normal.
My hands were not shaking.

When I have more activitti, I use some body oxygen and I am worse, so I now intend to go to chamber two times a week for 1,5 hour at 0,55 bar.

Sorry for my english.
Please tell about your experiances at HBOT.

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Re: HBOT

Postby EJC » Tue Dec 06, 2011 7:42 am

Oxygen therapy varies a lot from person to person.

My wife did an intensive course 1.5 bar (equivalent to 15ft depth) - 26 dives in 6 weeks and now uses one dive a week for 55 minutes at 2.0 bar (equivalent to 24ft depth).

The main benefit for Emma is less fatigue, this shows more if she happes to miss a dive on a particular week.
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Re: HBOT

Postby pmouse » Tue Dec 06, 2011 8:11 am

Thank you for sharing with us

Did your wife had any other benefits?
Does activities worsen the benefits?
Did she alredy had CCSVI procedure?

I intent to go for 1,55 bar for 1,5 hour twice a week.
I had twice the procedure, second time just on left jugular. Now after special Zamboni ultrasound my vein are OK and I need to speed up my healing process. I hope with HBOT I can.

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Re: HBOT

Postby EJC » Tue Dec 06, 2011 10:42 am

Yes Emma has had the CCSVI procedure, you can read her results here:- chronic-cerebrospinal-venous-insufficiency-ccsvi-f40/topic15074.html

We feel the oxygen treatment is keeping some of the symptoms at bay. It's buying a little more time if you like.

We are currently pursuing the following treatment which appears to have a strong connection with CCSVI:- chronic-cerebrospinal-venous-insufficiency-ccsvi-f40/topic18524.html
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