Can HBOT in Liverpool Reverse
Some Alzheimer's and Dementia
Symptoms?

A progressive and irreversible brain disorder, Alzheimer's disease is the key cause of dementia in adults. Every year, millions of new cases of dementia are reported, and the number is expected to rise as the population ages.

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CAN HBOT IN
LIVERPOOL REVERSE
SOME ALZHEIMER'S
AND DEMENTIA
SYMPTOMS?

A progressive and irreversible brain disorder, Alzheimer’s disease is the key cause of dementia in adults. Every year, millions of new cases of dementia are reported, and the number is expected to rise as the population ages.
In addition to these FDA-approved applications, new research indicates that HBOT may be effective in treating migraines, depression, PA progressive and irreversible brain disorder, Alzheimer’s disease is the key cause of dementia in adults. Every year, millions of new cases of dementia are reported, and the number is expected to rise as the population ages.

Is it possible that hyperbaric oxygen therapy for dementia could reverse some of the disease’s symptoms?
A new study from Tel Aviv University (TAU) indicates that there is tremendous potential here.
TAU investigators were able to use HBOT to restore brain trauma. This is significant and promising because it is the first time that a non-drug therapy has been shown to effectively prevent the core biological processes thought to be responsible for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

What Mechanisms Underpin HBOT Dementia Treatments?

What Mechanisms Underpin
HBOT Dementia Treatments?

While traditional treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia focus on pharmaceutical solutions and making the patient’s environment safer, the truth is that they have had limited therapeutic benefits and can’t do much to slow the disease’s progression. In contrast, hyperbaric oxygen therapy works by delivering 100% oxygen to areas of the body that may be deficient in it.

What is the significance of this?

What is thesignificance
of this?

Because some studies have suggested that hypoxia, or a lack of oxygen, could be a significant environmental factor in the progression or development of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. HBOT addresses this directly by delivering pure oxygen where it is most needed.
Furthermore, HBOT has been shown to influence microcirculation, mitochondrial dysfunction, and other pathological processes associated with dementia. We’ve also seen that hyperbaric therapy can help with brain tissue repair and stimulate the growth of blood vessels and nerve cells in the brain.

How Was the Research Carried Out?

How Was the Research
Carried Out?

The TAU study began with animal models, and they were able to quickly show – by examining brain tissues – that certain HBOT protocols could improve vascular functioning and create new blood vessels.

It also prevented the formation of new amyloid plaques on brain cells (groups of misfolded proteins that form between nerve cells) and even removed some existing plaque deposits.

This was a significant discovery because similar proteins in the brain have been linked to degenerative conditions (such as Alzheimer’s disease).

Following this first stage of research, the researchers looked at the effects of HBOT treatments on people over the age of 65 who were experiencing some type of cognitive decline (especially if they displayed memory loss, which is typically an indicator of oncoming Alzheimer’s and dementia).

After 60 HBOT sessions over three months, the effects were assessed using a high-resolution perfusion MRI.

The results showed that blood flow increased by 16% to 23%, memory improved significantly, and attention and information processing speed appeared to improve.

Why Are These Findings So Important?

Why Are These
Findings So Important

Professor Ashery, one of the study’s lead scientists, stated, “By studying and treating Alzheimer’s disease in the animal model, we can apply our findings to include humans as well.” Following a series of hyperbaric treatments, elderly patients who already had memory loss showed an improvement in blood flow to the brain as well as a significant improvement in cognitive performance. Results meant we were able to demonstrate the latent potential of hyperbaric medicine for the treatment of neurologic conditions caused by a lack of oxygen reaching the cells.”

Another professor working on the study, Dr Ronit Shapira, added, “[This study] raises the hope that we will now be able to fight one of the greatest challenges to the Western world.” According to our findings, hyperbaric therapy administered at a young age has the potential to completely prevent this severe disease.”

There is still a lot more research to be completed, but the findings suggest that by addressing the underlying causes of cognitive deterioration as we age, it is more likely that it can be avoided in the future.

HBOT treatment for Alzheimer’s Liverpool

HBOT treatment for
Alzheimer’s Liverpool

HBOT has a lot of promise for treating people with these neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer’s and Dementia in Liverpool.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Liverpool

Hyperbaric Oxygen
Therapy Liverpool.

Aesthetics of The Royal Liver Buildingare pleased to announce we have a Hard 2.0ATA Hyperbaric chamber.
This is a medical gradedhard-sidechamber and the onlyfully efficacious, monoplaceof its kind in Liverpool.

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