Hyperbaric Oxygen Chambers Can Help Children with Autism

You may be familiar with hyperbaric oxygen therapy. In which the patient breathes in supplemental oxygen while in a high-pressure room. This is to prevent sedation and carbon monoxide poisoning. But insurance usually doesn’t pay. And many doctors wondered if this would be helpful. I’m here. A new ich stability chamber study from BMC Pediatrics may increase the credibility of nursing in current autism treatment.

Randomized trial concealed on both sides and controlled by 62 adolescents, those who received 40 hours of therapy in one month were less irritable and more responsive to talking than those who didn’t. I found them lovely, eye-contact and very friendly. No treatment they are less sensitive to sound. (Some autistic children experience sensory overload due to loud noises or background noise.)

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 Found that children age 5 and older showed better improvement. (The study also included young people ages 2 to 7, so why does this treatment help? Dan Rossini, study co-author, said: The Center for Global Child Development in Melbourne, Florida, which may restrict blood flow to parts of the brain, “we don’t claim that.” Doing so is a cure,” Rossini stressed. Single and follow Rossini announced that children who received the same number of sessions outside the research environment improved over time.

Robert Hendrix, executive director of MIND at the University of California, Davis, said some people improved after 80 sessions. Some inhalers even buy a camera. (Approved by the Food and drug Administration) and let the kids get permanently “customized” at home. But the treatment has not been studied. Children tolerate treatment well. But it’s a narrow phobia, ear injuries, and sinus discomfort and, in some cases, seizures, Rossini said.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

 1 in 150 children in the United States has autism. Hendrix, who was not involved in the study It says the study “works well,” but that others need to confirm the results before proposing hyperbaric oxygen therapy to treat autism. Insurance must pay for these costs about 120 to 150 dollars per session. And is generally not covered for autism. It is estimated that 10% of children with autism will be treated. Cohn’s Disease and Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber – What Hope?

Focal enteritis, also known as Cohn’s disease or granulomatous colitis, is an inflammatory disease of the digestive tract. The disease can affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract from the mouth to the anus. As a result, the symptoms of Cohn’s disease vary greatly from person to person. The main gastrointestinal symptoms of Cohn’s disease are abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, anorexia, and weight loss. The disease can also cause problems outside the gastrointestinal tract, such as skin rashes, arthritis, and eye irritation. Cohn’s disease can be scary and painful. But it wasn’t all hopeless. Studies have published that the combination of traditional medicine and high blood oxygen therapy (HBOT) can reduce disease and its symptoms.

HBOT places the patient in a high-pressure room

With 100% circulating oxygen and treats the patient. The oxygen pressure in the chamber returns the air to normal 2-3 times. This allows the skin and lungs to absorb more oxygen in a shorter period of time.

In Cohn’s disease, HBOT limits the amount of inflammation in the digestive tract. Decreased depression levels and CRP and WBC levels were reduced, pain was reduced, patient weight and appetite improved. And the stool returned to normal although more research is needed to understand the mechanisms of HBOT, it should be considered as part of the treatment of disease. Especially when conventional treatments have failed.

Their exploratory injectable drug emulsion showed that HBOT was used in later stages of disease when HBOT therapy was ineffective, and hormone therapy was used long before hypertensive oxygen therapy.