Ozone Therapy for Asthma
Asthma is a chronic condition that can be difficult to manage. We’re so excited to share the news that ozone therapy can help people living with asthma feel their best.
Ozone therapy is a non-invasive therapy that uses ozone gas to treat the lungs and respiratory system, helping people breathe easier. It works by opening up airways and improving lung function, reducing inflammation and irritation in the lungs, and removing allergens and irritants from the air.
This treatment is great for those with allergies or other respiratory conditions like COPD or bronchitis because it helps clear out mucus and reduce inflammation in the lungs.
It also helps improve breathing by increasing oxygen flow throughout your body.
People who use ozone therapy report better sleep quality, increased energy levels throughout the day, decreased fatigue after exercise sessions, less coughing fits during peak allergy season (like springtime), easier breathing during exercise sessions (like running), improved lung function tests after treatment sessions (as measured by FEV1).
Ozone therapy is a way to treat asthma using ozone, a powerful oxidant. Ozone can destroy bacteria, viruses and other pathogens while leaving your body healthy and strong.
Inhaling the gas can help reduce inflammation in your lungs, which is one of the primary causes of asthma attacks. It also reduces histamine production and increases blood circulation in your lungs, which helps get more oxygen into your bloodstream.
The treatment can also help improve lung function by removing environmental pollutants from the air you breathe.
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If you have asthma and need to manage it, we’re here for you.
At BluVida Health and Wellness, we know how hard it can be to live with asthma—and how important it is to find a way to manage the symptoms so that your quality of life doesn’t suffer. That’s why we’ve developed a range of technology designed to help people like you cope with their condition.