Ozone Therapy for COPD


If you live with COPD, we’re here for you.

BluVida is committed to providing our patients with the best possible experience, so we’ve made it easy for you to get the care you need.

COPD is a chronic disease that causes inflammation in the lungs. It can make it hard to breathe, and it can cause coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness.

If you have COPD and need help managing your symptoms, we’re here for you. We have a variety of technology available to keep your breath easy and your lungs clear—and we’ll work with you to find the right options for your specific needs.

We have a range of technology available, including:

  • Ozone.
  • Photobiomodulation, otherwise known as red light therapy.
  • Pulse-electromagnetic field therapy (PEMF).
  • Intravenous drips.
  • Molecular Hydrogen.
  • A wide range of hormone treatments.
  • Facial and aesthetic works.

The ozone is administered through a mask or nebulizer, and it helps clear out mucus buildup in the lungs. This allows the lungs to function better, making it easier for you to breathe. 

Ozone also kills bacteria, viruses, and fungi that may be causing your COPD symptoms.

Ozone therapy has been shown to help people with COPD get relief from their symptoms by:

  • Reducing inflammation in the lungs.
  • Decreasing shortness of breath.
  • Helping you breathe easier.
  • Making it possible for you to do more activities without chest pain or fatigue.

With just one click, you can read our thorough scientific blog on how ozone is highly therapeutic for all types of breathing disorders.


We’re here to help you take control of COPD.

As a patient with COPD, it’s easy to feel like your life is out of control. You may be wondering what you can do to manage your condition and how to ensure your loved ones are taken care of too.

BluVida Health and Wellness wants you to know that there is hope! We know the challenges associated with COPD, so we’ve created a platform that allows you to find the support and resources you need at any stage of the disease—from diagnosis through treatment and beyond.