Recare Health PLLC
Ozone / UBI therapy
Recare Health PLLC
The Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation (UBI) therapy reveals the blood to ultraviolet light. UBI treatment involves passing a little quantity of a person’s blood through a special tube while it is exposed to UVA and UVC rays. One of the most popular applications of UBI treatment is to treat a persistent, concealed, or drug-resistant bacterial or viral infection and elicit a secondary immune response as a result.
Combining Ozone Therapy with UBI at the Same Time Provides Clinical Benefit
The increased oxygen availability for the body, which can last up to a month, is one of the additional advantages of these treatments. Ozone and UBI treatments provide more oxygen, which boosts energy generation, especially in the brain. Our physician may suggest just ozone treatment or only UBI for particular reasons, which they will explain to you if they believe this is the case.
In most situations, however, ozone treatment and UBI work together to produce a better therapeutic effect than if each were administered alone. The UBI removes existing illnesses and uses ozone gas to enhance body functioning. Many chronic illnesses, injuries, and other issues may benefit from these therapies.
Goals of UBI and Ozone therapy:
- Improves the ability to transport oxygen.
- Repair cellular energy deficiencies in the blood
- Restore proper brownian mobility to stimulate lymphatic cleansing in the circulation.
- Stimulate cells of the immune system and cytokine production to help in the elimination of bacteria, viruses, and fungi of all sorts.
- Boost intracellular antioxidants to combat oxidative damage.
Side Effects of Ozone Therapy
While ozone treatment is best done in a professional setting, many individuals try it at home. Accidental inhalation of the gas, which is more of a danger at home, can cause mild symptoms. Burning eyes, coughing, nausea, lightheadedness, or a slight headache are some of the symptoms. The Herxheimer response occurs in certain people who get ozone treatment. This can produce flu-like symptoms in the individual and make them feel worse in the short term. Furthermore, Blowing gas into the body is a part of several ozone treatment techniques. If ozone treatment is administered through the rectum, the patient may suffer pain, cramps, and an urge to pass gas. These are only transient side effects.
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