Ozone Therapy

Ozone Therapy

Ozone is an unstable molecule consisting of 3 oxygen atoms. While ozone is better known for its role in the atmospheric layer, its biological benefits are mostly overlooked. However, it has a significant role in our lives with its therapeutic effects. It acts as a shield, protecting the Earth from harmful rays coming from space and especially the Sun. Back in the ancient times, ozone was referred to as the “Breath of God”. So what is ozone therapy, i.e. medical ozone? Ozone therapy is a therapeutic treatment carried out by using active oxygen molecules. Medical ozone is comprised of a mixture of 5% ozone and 95% oxygen. Based on this, we can say that the presence of oxygen is also important. Healthy cells need oxygen to carry out life functions. Therefore, the mechanism of oxygen in the human body is quite significant. Listing some of the factors that lead to oxygen deficiency will help us understand this treatment better. Causes such as: 

– Lifestyle

– Smoking

– Alcohol

– Aging

– Embolism

– Air pollution

– Diabetes

– Cardiopulmonary diseases

– Arteriosclerosis hinder and adversely affect the oxygen mechanism in the body.


What are the benefits of ozone therapy?

­ Increases the oxygenation of tissues and cells.

­ Effective in compensating for oxygen deficiency.

­ Boosts the immune system.

­ Increases the body’s resistance against cancer and infections as it boosts the immune system.

­ Regulates blood circulation and therefore blood pressure.

­ Ensures a healthy sleep.

­ Reduces aches.

­ Reduces fatigue and stress.

­ Increases the generation of ATP, i.e. energy in the cells.

­ Minimizes the negative effects of Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy.

­ Affects the liver metabolism and helps eradicate harmful substances.

­ Has a therapeutic effect for allergic diseases.

­ Has anti­aging properties.

­ Increases the rate of recovery for wounds and burns.


Which patients are eligible for ozone therapy?

– Those who suffer from pain.

– Those who suffer from stress and insomnia.

– Those who carry the risk of cancer.

– Those who are prone to allergies.

– Those who suffer from fatigue.