What are the benefits of ozone therapy?

Ozone (O 3 ) – is a molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms. It is a high-power, active form of oxygen and is therefore also referred to as “active oxygen”. Medical ozone is a mixture of 5% pure ozone and 95% medical pure oxygen produced in ozone generators. In medicine, it benefits from its bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal effects.

Ozone (O 3 ) – is a molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms. It is a high-power, active form of oxygen and is therefore also referred to as “active oxygen”. Medical ozone is a mixture of 5% pure ozone and 95% medical pure oxygen produced in ozone generators. In medicine, it benefits from its bactericidal, virucidal and fungicidal effects.

It is a powerful oxidizing spy used worldwide for water disinfection and drinking water treatment due to its disinfecting properties. Ozone cannot be stored and turns back into oxygen with a half-life of about 20 minutes.

It is also one of the effective and environmentally friendly disinfectants. All germs, bacteria and fungi are killed 99.9% by ozone.

What are the Benefits of Ozone Therapy?

Ozone increases the oxygenation of tissues and cells.

It activates the immune and detox systems.

It helps to beautify tissue in non-healing wounds and burns.

It regulates the circulation by expanding the veins.

Increases intracellular power production.

It has an antiaging effect by regenerating the skin.

It helps to treat pain by activating the natural painkillers in our body.

In Which Diseases Can Ozone Therapy Be Applied?

In joint, ligament and fiber injuries,

Reflecting pain due to vertebra and disc pathologies,

In pains related to waist and neck hernias

In muscle pain,

Fibromyalgia,

diabetic wounds,

In gum diseases,

In neuropathic pain,

In wound and burn treatment,

In the treatment of tennis elbow,

In injuries of anterior and posterior ligaments of the knee

In joint calcifications,

In strengthening the immune system,

In chronic fatigue,

Correction of sexual functions as it helps to increase blood flow,

It can be useful in skin and hair diseases.

In Which Diseases Is It Not Applicable?

In case of an enzyme (GL-6-F Dehydrogenase) deficiency in red blood cells (for those with Favism-Language Allergy),

In the first 3 months of pregnancy,

In patients with active bleeding,

Basedow Graves type Thyroid gland in uncontrolled overworkers,

In patients with malignant hypertension,

In advanced cancer patients,

It is not applied in patients with advanced anemia and bleeding-coagulation disorders.

Are There Any Side Effects of Ozone Therapy?

Ozone Therapy has no known significant side effects. Minor effects such as mild dizziness and nausea have been observed in some individuals.

How is Ozone Therapy Applied?

MAJOR AUTOHEMOTHERAPY: It is taking 50-200 ml of blood and giving it back to the individual after mixing it with ozone for which the dose is determined.

SERUM OZONATION:

MINOR AUTOHEMOTHERAPY: 2-5 ml of blood taken from the person is mixed with ozone at a determined dose and injected into the muscle.

SUB-SKIN SYSTEM; In skin diseases, the determined dose and volume of ozone gas is injected under the skin with a fine-tipped needle.

APPLICATION SYSTEM TO THE BODY CAVES: Ozone is given rectally (breech) and vaginally.

BAGGING: It is the injection of ozone gas by taking the feet or hands into a bag.

Musculoskeletal System APPLICATIONS: It is the application of intradermal, subcutaneous, intramuscular and intraarticular medical ozone in muscle, tendon, ligament, intra-articular and surrounding, spinal problems.

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