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The wonders of hyperbaric treatment

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Brendon Ayanbadejo on the wonders of hyperbaric therapy.
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Brendon Ayanbadejo

Brendon Ayanbadejo is a 10-year NFL veteran who last played with the Super Bowl XLVII champion Baltimore Ravens and is a staunch supporter of same-sex marriage rights. For more information, visit: http://www.brendonayanbadejo.net/

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The expectations of athletes to perform at a increasingly high level has never been more relevant than it is in today current sporting climate.

As the NFL seeks to extend the regular season and currently partakes in Thursday night football, the pressure to stay healthy and excel is pushing the envelope in not only traditional medicine but alternative medicine as well.

As we delve into Part II of proactive and reactive treatments athletes take to improve on recovery, healing, and performance hyperbaric treatments are high on the list of alternative remedies athletes look to for a boost in recovery and healing.

While still not FDA approved for many conditions the beneficial healing effects of oxygen under pressure are well documented. It is not good enough to simply breathe 100 percent oxygen or solely dive in a hyperbaric chamber, the effects of the two simultaneously have been used to treat the following conditions and yield the following benefits.

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The benefits of Hyperbaric Therapy: Reduce Inflammation

 

Detoxify Cells

Improve Circulation

Increase Stem Cell Production

Promote New Blood Vessel Growth (Angiogenesis)

 

Common effects of Hyperbaric Therapy:

Increased Mental Clarity and Alertness

Strengthened Immune System

Heightened Energy and Physical Performance

Faster Healing of Injuries and Wounds

Anti-Aging Effects

Smoothing of Wrinkles and Fine Lines

Prevention for a Wide Range of Conditions Such as Stroke and Alzheimer’s

Improved Sleep

Decreased Anxiety and Stress

Alzheimer’s/Dementia

Stroke

Radiation Damage

Chemotherapy Recovery

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)

Cancer

Diabetic Ulcers

Fibromyalgia

Wound Healing

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Cerebral Palsy

Palsy

ADD/ADHD

Lyme Disease

Pre/Post Surgery

Injury Recovery

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