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Oxygen Therapy

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All human beings need to breathe oxygen from the naturally occurring air in the atmosphere to survive. In today’s world, where global warming is increasing and greenhouse gases are highly produced, it is evident that many people face breathing disorders where people do not get a sufficient amount of Oxygen naturally by breathing. This is when Oxygen is provided in the form of supplemental oxygen to the patients by their caretakers. To determine whether the Oxygen therapy will be beneficial for the patient with a breathing disorder, doctors record the arterial blood Oxygen which is normally between 70-100 mmHg, anything lower than this is considered harmful and must be treated immediately with the available sources of supplementary Oxygen.

Some of the most common respiratory diseases include; Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), Pneumonia, Asthma, Broncho Pulmonary, Underdeveloped lungs in newborns, Heart failure, Cystic Fibrosis, Sleep Apnea, and trauma to the respiratory system, where the person is diagnosed with impaired breathing function and must be treated with the best possible sources of supplementary Oxygen.

Oxygen therapy is a source of improved energy levels, and sleep, and leads to a healthier lifestyle while allowing the person to carry out everyday tasks. Oxygen is not always beneficial, it can also be termed a harmful substance when provided to the patient in an excessive amount where it can damage the function of the human lungs and can lead to several other lung disorders. It also tends to leave certain side effects that might prove highly damaging.

Nitrogen Therapy

process of functional Medicine gassesSimilar to Oxygen, Nitrogen is also found in the air around us. The main difference is the purpose and the nature of the therapy. Nitrogen therapy involves using Nitrogen, which is extremely cold and can freeze any tissue inside the Human body. This therapy is used to treat many skin-related diseases where the patient is exposed to cold Nitrogen, under certain precautionary measures to the damaged areas of skin, hence known as Cryotherapy.Most individuals prefer this treatment over any other substitute because the treatment is less painful and causes minimum bleeding in most cases while maintaining a lower risk of damaging the healthy cells growing around the damaged ones. While it has many advantages, several causalities can be faced if not carried out professionally, which include cramps, and abnormal cell growth, with severe bleeding being the most prominent side effects of the therapy.

Hydrogen Therapy

Burn Out SignHydrogen being one of the hottest gases to occur naturally because of the ultraviolet radiation is used in many ways to treat a patient. Hydrogen is not limited to treating a specified disorder instead, it is used in different therapies for several diseases. Mainly used for cardiovascular disease and regulation of metabolic activity, it is the most useful gas when approached for medicine drives. Inhaling hydrogen gas, drinking hydrogen-rich water (HRW), injecting hydrogen-rich saline (HRS), taking an H2 bath, dropping HRS into the eyes, and enhancing intestinal H2 production by bacteria using nondigestible carbohydrates/certain medicines are all examples of hydrogen therapy. The most prevalent modes of hydrogen therapy in clinical studies are oral consumption of HRW and inhalation of hydrogen gas.

Hydrogen therapy is most beneficial for people suffering from obesity and diabetes as it not only reduces stress levels but also works for the betterment of the metabolic system of the human body. While there are several benefits extracted from the Hydrogen therapy, some of the most common side effects that a patient can encounter after the therapy include hair loss, fatigue, nausea, diarrhoea, dry mouth, loss of appetite, sore skin, and depression along with the high risk of cancer cells production due to the violent nature of the gas.

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