Ozone Sauna Therapy

Ozone Sauna Therapy

Ozone sauna therapy is the combination of sauna and ozone gas. This therapy is an ozone treatment and a non-invasive alternative to the intravenous ozone route.

What is ozone sauna therapy?

Ozone sauna therapy is the combination of sauna and ozone gas.

During an ozone sauna you sit in a sauna box which induces sweating and into which ozone is introduced at the same time.

When the wet and warm skin is exposed to ozone gas beneficial peroxides and lipid oxidation by-products are created which have an anti-inflammatory and immune boosting effects.

Infrared ozone sauna is greatly beneficial for your health.

The sweating caused by the heat coming from the infrared light is the safest and gentlest way to help the body get rid of toxins.

What is ozone sauna therapy used for?

Ozone therapy in general works through its potent anti-inflammatory and immune system boosting effect.

Ozone saunas are used for a wide array of conditions

  • Joint pain
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Brain inflammation, encephalitis
  • As an alternative cancer treatment
  • As a complementary treatment to reduce side-effects of chemotherapy
  • Lyme disease
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Auto-immune disorders
  • Lupus
  • Eczema
  • Injuries
  • Chronic viral diseases like EBV, hepatitis B and C
  • Bacterial infections
  • Fungal infections
  • Skin ulcers (diabetic, infectious, necrotic)
  • Allergies
  • Influenza, cold
  • Lyme disease
  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Vascular disease
  • Diabetes
  • Scleroderma with Raynaud’s disorder
  • Asthma
  • and more …

Because of the powerful results which can be achieved with ozone saunas, they can be also used as a substitute or alternative for intravenous treatments.

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What are the benefits of ozone sauna therapy?

Ozone saunas combine the benefits of regular saunas with all the benefits of systemic ozone treatments without the invasiveness of intravenous administrations

The benefits of ozone sauna therapy are numerous:

  • It’s a profound, anti-inflammatory treatment
  • Based on user reports it can have powerful systemic effects
  • It boosts the immune system
  • It combines the therapeutical benefits of hyperthermia and sweating with ozone therapy
  • It increases the oxygen saturation of tissue and blood
  • It improves blood circulation
  • It increases the metabolism
  • It can assist with weight loss

What are the side effects of ozone sauna therapy?

Ozone saunas are one of the safest treatments in the alternative health field: They’re non-invasive, meaning that the skin is never punctured, and consequently there are no heightened hygienic precautions necessary.

The most common side effect is an itchy rash that looks like small red pimples. It can occur on the abdomen, chest or back, or on the limbs. It’s assumed that the rash is caused by toxins or oxalates being expelled through the skin. A reduction of the ozone concentration or frequency of administration usually reduces the itchiness.

How much does ozone sauna therapy cost?

Ozone sauna sessions at spas or at clinics range between $20 to $220, depending on the area, and the type of sauna.

 

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Contact IV THERAPY OZONE WELLNESS to schedule your Ozone Sauna Therapy Treatment and for more information

https://ivtherapyozonewellness.com/

315 route 34 South, Suite 103
Colts Neck NJ 07722
Phone: (732) 867-7330
Email:info@coltsneckstemcells.com

 

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