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What You Need to Know About Ozone Therapy

When you are ill for any reason, your first inclination might be to find a natural remedy before seeking out additional medical attention. While there are some natural remedies for some viral and bacterial infections, it is always a good idea to see a doctor and get medical level treatment. 

However, medical treatment doesn’t have to mean unnatural treatments. Ozone therapy is a natural treatment that can help your body fight off infections, viruses, and help it heal faster. Here’s what you need to know about ozone therapy.

What Is Ozone Therapy?

Ozone is a gas made up of three oxygen atoms. Although ozone has risks when breathed in, especially when combined with smog, ozone therapy is actually considered safe, and there are few instances of side effects. The ozone might be administered by breathing treatment, injection, or topically.

First Aid Uses of Ozone Therapy

Ozone therapy has many uses when it comes to first aid and the treatment of wounds. Ozone therapy has been used to treat wounds since World War I. At that time, field doctors discovered that ozone was a great anti-inflammatory, pain management tool, and disinfectant. 

Ozone therapy today is most often used when a wound is not healing as it should. If a wound has become infected or refuses to heal and close, ozone therapy might be the treatment necessary to get the healing process jump started. 

Chronic Health Ozone Therapy Uses

If you have certain chronic health problems, ozone therapy may be able to help alleviate your symptoms and improve your condition. Some of the most common uses for ozone therapy include:

  • Circulatory disorders
  • Geriatric disorders
  • Macular degeneration
  • Arthritis and rheumatism
  • Cancer
  • AIDS

If you have any of these conditions, you might speak to your doctor about whether or not ozone therapy might help you. If you have any additional questions, contact us today for more information or to schedule your appointment.

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