Ozone sauna treatment and benefits
All you need to know about ozone sauna treatment.
• Dramatically increases cell and tissue oxygenation
• Can burn 400 to 600 calories per session
• Immune system stimulation
• Increases white blood cell count, circulation, oxygen, tissue oxygen levels, and nutrient delivery
• Improves red blood cell function
• Eliminates accumulated toxins
• Meniscal tears and joint disorders
• Shingles and herpes
• Diabetic ulcers and venous stasis
• Allergies and chronic sinusitis
• Lyme disease
• Alzheimer’s, senile dementia
• Autoimmune diseases
• Colitis and Crohn’s
• Vaginal infections
• Chronic hepatitis
• Chronic fatigue syndrome
• Do not take vitamin C or multivitamins 1 hour before treatment.
• Take a good antioxidant combination 5 to 7 days before starting ozone therapy (but not 4 hours before).
• Take any required medication 4 to 6 hours before as ozone can increase the chemical intensity.
• Drink plenty of water (before and after).
• Ideally, shower before treatment to remove cosmetics and moisturisers, etc.
Reasons to avoid the treatment:
• Avoid treatment if taking AZT or DDI.
• Wait 3 months before treatment following recent heart attack or stroke.
• If you are receiving radiotherapy or chemotherapy wait 4 days post-treatment, after a GP consultation.
• Best to avoid heat-based treatments if suffering from hyperthyroidism or cardiorespiratory problems.
• Avoid if pregnant.
• If taking contraceptive medication then ensure taken 4 to 6 hours before treatment.
• If hemophiliac or thrombosis risk avoid treatment as ozone thins blood.
• Alcoholics should avoid treatment until 3 months post recovery.
Most frequently asked questions:
Q. How long does the treatment last?
A. Initially, 15 minutes, can be increased to 30 to 35 minutes after several sessions.
Q. How is the treatment administered?
A. By using an oxygen concentrator, which is linked to an ozone generator contained within the ozone cabinet, which also generates steam and infrared. Infrared warms the body in the same manner as natural sunlight, to increase circulation, and nourish damaged tissue.
Q. Are there any side effects from ozone treatments?
A. Temporary effects, usually associated with detoxification, may include fatigue, disrupted sleep patterns, headache, frequent urination, loose stools, digestive upset, and cravings. The intensity varies with different people, and there are things you can do to help the process, and relief of the symptoms. This includes drinking plenty of water and taking antioxidants, before and after.
Q. Can anyone have ozone sauna treatment?
A. Please see the Reasons to avoid the treatment section. If you have any concerns, please speak with your GP.
Q. How many treatments should I have?
A. This will depend upon your state of health. Begin with one per week to allows your skin to acclimatise, and then increase to one or two sessions per week.
Q. What should I do after treatment?
A. Follow he below
Shower to wash off toxins and perspiration.
Drink plenty of water.
Maintain healthy diet.
Colonic hydrotherapy and massage will also help eliminate toxins.
Treatment is part of a lifestyle change requiring time, effort, and patience.