Ozone Therapy

Ozone therapy or ozone therapy; It is a treatment method that positively affects the working principle of the body with a mixture of ozone and oxygen, which is transferred to the body's circulatory system at low doses. It is used to support other treatments.

WHAT IS OZONE?

Ozone (O3) is a gaseous molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms and is more unstable than oxygen. Ozone, a colorless and pungent-smelling gas, was used for disinfection (cleaning germs) in the first years after its discovery. The reason for its disinfecting effect is its strong oxidizing property. It can oxidize all microbes and toxins, that is, destroy their structure. Ozone is a very reactive gas and toxic to living things. The most sensitive organs to ozone are the lungs and eyes.

Ozone is used in surface cleaning, water cleaning, sanitation, it is a gas that kills viruses and bacteria. Ozone cannot be inhaled. It can be applied to the body with a cream that can only be made with olive oil, or it can be injected directly into the muscle or into the joint.

There is also a method called major hemotherapy. Here, the patient's blood is taken into a vacuum bottle, enriched with ozone and returned to the patient. In addition, there are treatment methods applied in non-healing foot wounds, extremity wounds, which are called diabetic feet, by keeping the extremity in a special ozone-oxygen mixture.

DISEASES WHERE OZONE THERAPY IS BENEFICIAL

  • Osteomyelitis, pleural emphysema, abscesses accompanied by fistula, infected wounds, pressure sores, chronic ulcers, diabetic foot and burns.

  • Hypertension.

  • Diabetes Mellitus.

  • Advanced ischemic diseases.

  • Eye macular degeneration (atrophic form).

  • Musculoskeletal diseases and joint calcifications.

  • Chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.

  • Chronic and recurrent infections and sores in the oral cavity.

  • Acute and chronic infectious diseases (hepatitis, HIV-AIDS, herpes and herpes zoster infection, papillomavirus infections, onychomycosis and candidiasis, giardiasis and cryptosporidiosis) especially caused by bacteria, viruses and fungi resistant to antibiotics and chemical treatments. Bartholinitis and vaginal candidiasis.

  • Allergy and asthma.

  • Autoimmune diseases (multiple sclerosis, rheumatoidarthritis, Crohn's disease).

  • Senile dementia (senile dementia)

  • Lung diseases: emphysema, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and acute respiratory stress syndrome.

  • Skin diseases: psoriasis (psoriasis) and atopic dermatitis.

  • Cancer-related fatigue.

  • Early stage renal failure.

BENEFITS OF OZONE THERAPY

  • Accelerates blood circulation to cells and tissues.

  • It strengthens the immune system, increases resistance against infectious diseases.

  • It renews the veins (arteries and veins), improves blood pressure.

  • It cleans the blood and lymph system.

  • It enables the skin to work like a third kidney or second lung system.

  • Cleaner, softer and more rejuvenated skin.

  • By removing the toxin accumulated in the muscles, it relaxes and softens the muscles and increases their flexibility.

  • Heals joint pain and muscle ailments.

  • Normalizes hormone and enzyme production.

  • It strengthens brain functions and memory.

  • Relieves depression and distress.

  • It helps to relieve tension caused by depression by providing general calmness by oxidizing adrenaline, which is known as the stress hormone.

APPLICATION METHODS

Intravenous, intramuscular, intramuscular, intraarticular, intrapleural, breech, intrarectal, intradiscal and local (topical) applications can be counted as application forms.

The classic application of ozone therapy is the application with a needle. This method is also of 2 types:

Major Method: It is the most common usage method. With this method, 50-200 ml of blood taken from the person, the number of treatment sessions and the ozone dose to be applied; It depends on the general condition of the patient, his age and the main disease.

Minor Method: 2-5 cc of blood taken from the person is mixed with ozone at a determined dose and injected into the person.

Giving Ozone to Body Cavities: Ozone is given to the person by spraying method through rectal – rectal, vaginal and ear canal.

Injection of ozone gas into the joint and muscle: In musculoskeletal disorders, a certain dose of ozone gas is injected into the joints of the person and the painful area in the muscles with an appropriate needle.

Ozone bag: It is used in non-healing wounds and diabetic feet, skin lesions, infections, circulatory disorders, neuropathic pain and restless legs syndrome.

Ozone mug: Especially bass

MEDICAL OZONE

Medical ozone consists of a minimum of 95 percent oxygen and a maximum of 5 percent ozone. Since the 1980s, the use of ozone for medical purposes has increased. Ozone therapy is defined as the application of a certain amount of medical ozone to the body cavities or circulatory system.

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