Ozone Therapy for Breathing Disorder


So, you’ve landed on this page because perhaps you have a breathing disorder? 

Well, you’re in good luck because ozone therapy has been proven to aid in the relief of multiple breathing disorders. 

Breathing disorders are no laughing matter, and breathing disorders affect our respiratory system.

Ozone for Breathing Disorder:

The respiratory system is a complex network of organs that help you breathe the required oxygen into the bloodstream and breathe out carbon dioxide waste. 

Oxygen is incredibly important to keep the cells in your body functioning; it carries the essential nutrients that energize the cell. 

The respiratory system includes the nose, sinuses, mouth, throat, windpipe, air passages, air sacs, and lungs.

Antibiotics are often prescribed for respiratory illnesses because they work well on bacterial infections. 

However, when taken too regularly or for no reason, antibiotics can have many adverse effects and even exacerbate the symptoms.

BluVida allows you to avoid those effects while getting the relief you need.

The literature suggests that ozone therapy can aid in the relief of numerous breathing disorders, such as asthma and emphysema.

Asthma and emphysema are two medium-risk health conditions that can be treated with ozone therapy.

BluVida Health and Wellness is one of the leading providers of ozone therapy in Texas. 

We have helped countless individuals see the benefits of our ozone therapy in treating various health issues, including COPD, asthma, allergies and sinus problems.

A breathing disorder is otherwise known as a respiratory disorder and can cover the following:

  • Asthma.
  • Cystic fibrosis.
  • Emphysema.
  • Mesothelioma.
  • Pulmonary hypertension.
  • Tuberculosis.

(Non-comprehensive list).

Breathing disorders can be challenging to manage.

One of the critical mechanisms of ozone therapy is the addition of more oxygen to the blood, which reduces stress on the lungs.

A study at the University of Sienna in Italy looked at the effect of ozone therapy on those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). It found that the administration of ozone therapy improved the quality of life and increased the patient’s ability to exercise.

If we pinpoint the use of ozone therapy for asthma, we can see that ozone therapy is effective.

A study conducted by Rosales et al., concluded that:

  • Ozone therapy was effective in reducing IgE and inflammatory meditators.
  • Ozone therapy induced antioxidant elements to combat asthma.
  • Ozone therapy exerts immunomodulatory and oxidative stress regulation properties in asthma.

Furthermore, the immunomodulating effect of ozone therapy means ozone therapy is an effective way of fighting allergies.

  • Ozone not only alleviates the symptoms of allergies but addresses the root cause of the problem by overcoming the overactive immune system.
  • Ozone therapy offers a fast, effective, safe, and cost-effective method for alleviating allergies and sinus infections.

If we look at COVID-19-induced pneumonia, we can see ozone therapy also applies here.

  • A 2021 study found that ozone therapy can counter the disruptive effects of severe COVID-19 on lung tissues, especially if administered early.

Furthermore, suppose we zoom out and look at the overall benefits of ozone therapy. In that case, we can all understand how ozone is well-known for its antimicrobial properties and thus can halt any infection of the respiratory system in its tracks.

Medical ozone helps oxidize bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other parasitic pathogens, thereby effectively eliminating the root cause of infections.

You can still use ozone therapy to treat breathing disorders even if an infection does not cause them because ozone can improve oxygenation and blood circulation in the body, reducing the stress exerted on your lungs.

An excellent alternative method of treatment for the respiratory problem is ozone therapy. 

Not only can it help eliminate the causes of infection, but it can also bring immediate relief to your lungs through increased oxygenation.

Because of ozone therapy’s unique biological properties, it is an excellent candidate for the treatment of respiratory issues caused by:

  • COVID-19.
  • MERS.
  • SARS.

Why? Because ozone is an excellent viral-load culling agent.

The critical mechanism of ozone’s viral-load culling agent is embodied in any virus’ vulnerability to oxidizing agents.

Viruses’ are vulnerable to oxidizing agents due to the fragility of their lipid-rich envelopes and their lack of ability to create adequate antioxidant defence mechanisms.


We are here for you if you have been diagnosed with a breathing or respiratory condition and are looking to explore alternative options. Our staff is trained in the latest breathing, nutrition, movement and sleep therapies. We aim to improve your quality of life and help you reclaim your disease-free potential.

We’ve made it easy to get answers to your questions and schedule appointments.

BluVida Health and Wellness focuses on helping you find the best solution for your breathing condition. Our mission is to empower you with information to make the best health choices for yourself.

We have a wide range of science-backed technology and treatments available to help improve your quality of life, like non-invasive medical equipment, nutritional supplements and dietary change.

Reference List:

Borrelli, E. (2014). Oxygen ozone therapy in the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: An integrative approach. American Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine, 2(2), 9. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajcem.20140202.11 

Hernández Rosales, F. A., Calunga Fernández, J. L., Figueras, J. T., Cepero, S. M., & Perdomo, A. M. (2005). Ozone therapy effects on biomarkers and lung function in asthma. Archives of Medical Research, 36(5), 549–554. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.arcmed.2005.04.021 

Izadi, M. et al. (2021) “Ozone therapy for the treatment of COVID-19 pneumonia: A scoping review,” International Immunopharmacology, 92, p. 107307. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.intimp.2020.107307.