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Oxygen therapy has reached a new level of popularity. There are Oxygen bars, just like any other kind of bar, where you can get a ‘shot’ of Oxygen to reduce fatigue, avoid a headache or improve insomnia. The wisest thing however, is to put O2 therapy into a medical context so that it is clear how it fits into your overall optimization plan.

At the American Center For Biological Medicine our team of experts will help you go beyond the quick fix and sustain the highest level of wellness. First, we will assess why you might not be reaching your health goals. Perhaps you feel you have reached a plateau with your wellness plan and cannot go any farther. Our simple and effective approach to Biologic basics brings the vital elements of nature back into your everyday life.

As a daily boost for wellness, O2 can reduce fatigue, decrease inflammation, boost immunity and optimize sports performance. Even if your daily life feels like you have entered into a sporting event, O2 can optimize your energy levels. However, more and more sports professionals are using oxygen supplementation to recover from oxidative stress following workouts, reduce lactic acid, and muscle damage, as well as improve sports performance.

At the other end of improving endurance, O2 can make the difference between life and death for some. In numerous cases, substantial therapeutic value. Oxygen therapy becomes imperative when the lungs cannot absorb enough Oxygen. It is commonly used for the following conditions:

  • COPD – Chronic pulmonary obstructive disorder
  • Asthma
  • Pneumonia
  • Heart Failure
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Lung Disease
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Lung Disease
  • Any respiratory or bronchial trauma

When a person is not getting enough oxygen they might feel dizzy, confused, or short of breath. Coughing or wheezing are common, the heart rate might increase or a person could become confused.

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