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Hyperbaric Oxygen HBO Therapy-Case study where had great improvements with anxiety, depression, sleep, tremor,

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Not sure how this 2018 study missed my radar before, but patient who did not want medications had significant improvement with HBO. Follow up a month later showed improvements persisted for this short-term follow up. He had 2 sessions of 40 minute dives at 2 ATA (atmosphere absolute a day for a month. Pretty impressive!

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PDWarrior1900

thanks for the linkcheck this doctor out... he's TOPS in treating PD with the hyperbaric chamber

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youtu.be/I_hrGLv6_ZQ

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Fumaniron in reply to PDWarrior1900

Wow, I just checked out his videos and wikipedia page. Treats 200 patients a day, and cutting edge. Impressive! Wish he was in the U.S....

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to Fumaniron

he is!he has an affiliate office in florida

you'll have to dig for that, i don't have more on it, sorry

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Fumaniron in reply to PDWarrior1900

Thanks

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ZebraDoodle

Possibly related SoPD post here:scienceofparkinsons.com/202...

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Lyricist

I did a 3 week daily course of HBO a few years ago as part of my treatment at the Revive Clinic in Denver. I have no idea whether it did me any good. Maybe. I was a mile high at the time. The combination of prescription drugs from my UK doctors, the supplements the Clinic advised and others I have found myself, strenuous physical exercise, brain exercise, proper eating etc etc is keeping me in reasonable condition in defiance of PD. Oxygen I am sure played its part and I would do it again. I just can’t put my finger on any specific improvement it made. It was just part of a package of measures to fight it.

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Fumaniron in reply to Lyricist

Glad you are so proactive in staying ahead of it!

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to Lyricist

very good to hear! thank you for the post.... please tell us what kind of "brain exercise" you do? (i play computer chess...and the memory game simon... and i juggle)

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Lyricist in reply to PDWarrior1900

cryptic crosswords, scrabble against the computer (particular favourite), chess against the computer, other word games, writing lyrics (obviously!) and poetry, sudoku, on-line brain games, apps etc etc. I try anything I come across and if I like it, I exhaust it. I used to juggle but coordination is sufficiently off to interfere. My PT instructor is keen on balance exercises. I find them difficult but essential to dealing with PD. Hope that helps

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Fumaniron in reply to Lyricist

That's great! I'm of the same spirit with regular mental tasking, regularly outside of my comfort zone to keep it creative.

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to Lyricist

keep up the great work!

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Fatherof5

I utilized a HBOT chamber for 6 weeks, 2 one hr sessions per day and have to say it helped my energy level enough for others to make comments. Trying to determine its duration is difficult seeing as I have plenty of stress in my life: been unemployed since April and deciding whether I should go on disability or look for employment; in order simplify my life we are looking for a smaller home/property so that adds to my stress and stress is one of my biggest triggers of my symptoms. Maybe when things settle down I will do another round of HBOT. All to say that I would recommend it

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Fumaniron in reply to Fatherof5

Best wishes for you. How many atmospheres? Was it expensive? Did insurance cover it? Looking at possibility of buying my own, but home use not over 1.5atm (unless you rig it, which I’m very reluctant to consider because of possible risk..)

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Fatherof5 in reply to Fumaniron

1.3-1.5 Atm, not covered by insurance and I reimbursed a friend who used it for his son (a non PD illness). I paid him around $700 to cover the rental fee from the company he was renting it from. A lot of $ I know but is one of the few therapies that yielded noticeable results, that i have used anyway

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Fumaniron in reply to Fatherof5

Compared to buying one, $700 is a great price! Wishing you the best

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PDWarrior1900 in reply to Fatherof5

thank you for the good post

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Fumaniron in reply to PDWarrior1900

My pleasure. Thank you for the feedback

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Isthistheone

Hi Fumaniron. Ive been asking this for months. HBOT cures the most stubborn diabetic sores why not give it a try? I see my Neuro Thursday. Im asking him to prescribe HBOT and TASIGNA. I'll let you know.

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Fumaniron in reply to Isthistheone

That sounds promising. Looking at the literature on Dr Efrati, as it was linked above (thanks PDWarrior 1900), it seems there sre different protocols of altering hypoxemia and hyperemis to optimize effects. HBOT seems to be evolving, for sure

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