Can Oxygen Therapy Bring Dead Brain Cells Back To Life?

During my Palm Beach Anti-Aging Summit in October, I’m hosting some of the world’s leading authorities on oxygen therapy. The Summit coincides with the grand opening of my 17,000-sq.-ft. Sears Institute for Anti-Aging Medicine, where I’m unveiling a specially-designed room that houses my first hyperbaric oxygen chamber. I hope you’ll be there, as you’ll discover the newest applications and breakthroughs in this growing field. You see, when oxygen is pressurized — like it is when you’re inside the chamber — you can treat more than just chronic disease. Truth is, hyperbaric oxygen can heal and revive parts of your brain most doctors give up for dead and damaged. Let me explain. Do Brain Cells Really Die When You Have a Stroke? Oxygen is the primary substance your brain is deprived of when you have a stroke. And most doctors will tell you that if you’ve had a stroke, that area of the brain is dead and that’s the end of it. But neurologists now also accept there’s a much larger area known as the ischemic (blood-starved) penumbra that isn’t dead, but is physiologically traumatized – and because so few doctors know how to treat this condition, eventually it does die. But given the right, intense doses of oxygen, damaged brain tissue can function for up to eight hours after death. Back in the late 1990s, three Dutch neuroscientists in a pathology laboratory in Amsterdam proved it by doing what no one...
Source: Al Sears, MD Natural Remedies - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: Brain Health brain cells hyperbaric oxygen chamber natural treatment omega-3 fatty acids Palm Beach Anti-Aging Summit Source Type: news

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