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Explore our database on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) Research below.

Extivita maintains an extensive research & publication database for various diseases and therapies such as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, Neurofeedback, Nutritional IV Therapy, Infrared Sauna, and Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy.

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Treating chronic-stage stroke with hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Treating chronic-stage stroke with hyperbaric oxygen therapy

Mohammed Elamir (The Villages, USA) and Amir Hadanny (Be’er Ya’akov, Israel) mark this year’s Stroke Awareness Month by discussing hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT)—an emerging approach that they believe could break new ground in post-stroke recovery.Every year, more...

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Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Heal Your Brain?

Can Hyperbaric Oxygen Heal Your Brain?

Research supports hyperbaric oxygen therapy as a treatment for mild brain injuries and Alzheimers disease, but it remains controversial as a treatment for autism.(Nakleyka/Shuttertock) A new study shows promising results for this alternative treatment BY JENNIFER...

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Israeli study: oxygen therapy working for PTSD

Israeli study: oxygen therapy working for PTSD

OXYGEN therapy can dramatically reduce post-traumatic stress disorder, according to a world-first Israeli study on Israel Defense Force veterans, during which half the subjects made such good progress they were no longer deemed to have PTSD. The Tel Aviv...

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Stress and telomere shortening: Insights from cellular mechanisms

Stress and telomere shortening: Insights from cellular mechanisms

Short telomeres confer risk of degenerative diseases. Chronic psychological stress can lead to disease through many pathways, and research from in vitro studies to human longitudinal studies has pointed to stress-induced telomere damage as an important pathway. However, there has not been a comprehensive model to describe how changes in stress physiology and neuroendocrine pathways can lead to changes in telomere biology.

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