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Diabetes affects more than 12 million  people and is the 7th leading cause of death in the United States.


With diabetes primarily affecting the small blood vessels, hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been demonstrated to stimulate angiogenesis to help ameliorate compromised blood flow and prevent organ failure. Research has shown that HBOT can lower blood sugar levels by increasing cellular sensitivity to insulin and skeletal muscle reception of glucose.


Furthermore, recent reports have provided evidence towards linking HBOT to regenerating pancreatic islets of Langerhans, thus potentially producing more insulin.


HBOT is often beneficial in treating osteomyelitis and cellulitis, in addition to preventing systemic toxicity and permanent disability.


With chronic diabetes, impaired circulation reduces wound healing capability and promotes ulcerations. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the amount of oxygen available to ulcerated areas, leading to increased fibroblast activation. 

hyperbaric oxygen therapy for diabetes
Improve blood chemistry profile

- Fasting blood sugar

- Hemoglobin HbA1C

- Lipid profiles

Advance glycemic control

- Increases pancreatic islets of langerhans

- Improves insulin sensitivity 

- Increases skeletal muscle reception of glucose

Decrease cardiovascular risk

- Promotes long-term blood pressure control

- Attenuates metabolic syndrome 

- Reduces risk of sudden heart attack due to ventricular arrhythmia

Stimulate angiogenesis & reduce inflammation

- Improves brain function & reduces risk of stroke 

- Enhances heart function & reduces risk of heart attack 

- Reduces risk of diabetic retinopathy 

- Decreases risk of diabetic neuropathy

- Minimizes risk of diabetic nephropathy

- Combats cellulitis

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