What is xenon therapy?

Xenon therapeutic method is based on the properties of xenon, used for pain relief, rehabilitation and recovery, its antistress effect, sleep normalization, the reduction of depression symptoms, and the enhancement of work abilities.

What is xenon?

Xenon is a noble gas, which is present in the air in small quantities. One of its properties is a low chemical reactivity (it is also called an inert gas). In other words, xenon does not undergo biotransformation. When it enters the body, it does not change, does not react chemically, and is eliminated from the body through lungs in an unchanged form. Therefore, the use of xenon for medical purposes has no contraindications.

Xenon acts on the system level – on the entire body. Xenon is not toxic, does not cause any allergic reactions, and has no side effects. Xenon is an environmentally-friendly and safe gas.

What is xenon?

Xenon is a noble gas, which is present in the air in small quantities. One of its properties is a low chemical reactivity (it is also called an inert gas). In other words, xenon does not undergo biotransformation. When it enters the body, it does not change, does not react chemically, and is eliminated from the body through lungs in an unchanged form. Therefore, the use of xenon for medical purposes has no contraindications.

Xenon acts on the system level – on the entire body. Xenon is not toxic, does not cause any allergic reactions, and has no side effects. Xenon is an environmentally-friendly and safe gas.

Xenon in medicine

The use of xenon in medicine started around the year 2000. Research studies have shown that this gas has numerous unique properties. By inhaling the mixture of xenon and oxygen, the gas rapidly penetrates the tissues rich in lipids, but first and foremost the brain. Several changes are taking place in the central nervous system under the influence of xenon. The functional state of the cerebral cortex structures changes. The functional state of the hypothalamus which produces prohormones is also changed. The resistance to pain alters and the resistance of nervous tissue to damage increases. The mechanisms of neuroprotection are activated.

Xenon in medicine

The use of xenon in medicine started around the year 2000. Research studies have shown that this gas has numerous unique properties. By inhaling the mixture of xenon and oxygen, the gas rapidly penetrates the tissues rich in lipids, but first and foremost the brain. Several changes are taking place in the central nervous system under the influence of xenon. The functional state of the cerebral cortex structures changes. The functional state of the hypothalamus which produces prohormones is also changed. The resistance to pain alters and the resistance of nervous tissue to damage increases. The mechanisms of neuroprotection are activated.

What is it used for?

Xenon therapy can be used to prevent and treat a wide range of illnesses. It is used in many branches of medicine: in internal medicine, in regenerative treatments, surgery, psychiatry, neurology, cardiology, and narcology. This method is unique due to a wide spectrum of beneficial effects that xenon has. The effects achieved through a xenon therapy are natural. The use of xenon is safe and is well-combined with other types of therapies.

Xenon therapy has shown excellent results in different fields of medicine. The ability of xenon to reduce pain, relax muscles, and bring down stress hormone levels has been widely used in sports medicine; for example, the body of athletes, who have to train for hours (e.g. cycling), does not manage to recover. Such athletes may experience sleep disturbances, and this will affect their overall progress. When xenon therapy is used in these cases, the sleep pattern stabilizes over time and the athlete’s endurance improves. As a result, he/she is completely physically and mentally ready and in optimal shape.

Indications:

  • The treatment of acute and chronic pain syndrome in migraines, arthritis, and/or injuries;
  • The treatment of depression, panic, anxiety disorders, and insomnia;
  • The preparations for competitions for athletes as well as the recovery after intense physical and psychological efforts;
  • The treatment of neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, fibromyalgia, and multiple sclerosis);
  • In complex therapy of hypertension and cardiovascular diseases; • In anaesthesia and analgesia in high-risk patients;
  • Medical sleep.

Action:

  • reduces anxiety and calms a treated individual down;
  • contributes to the release of dopamine and serotonin;
  • helps the body recover after illness;
  • helps in rehabilitation and recuperation after intense mental and physical efforts;
  • improves capacity to work;
  • provides excellent results in combination with stem cell therapy and classical therapy in neurodegenerative diseases.

How is it done?

Xenon therapy is based on the inhalation of a medical gas, xenon. The inhalation of the gas is completely safe and does not cause allergies. Using a special device, the patient breathes in a low-concentrated inert gas, which is mixed with oxygen, through a mask. After the procedure, the patient feels pleasant and relaxed, and can resume his/her everyday activates with no restrictions. Breathing becomes deeper and more even while the concentration of oxygen in the blood increases and the capillaries open.

The procedure only takes 15-20 minutes, and after the session, the patient feels fresh and relaxed.

Xenon does not cause chemical dependence and even helps stop the use of antidepressants and tranquilizers. It is absolutely safe to use as it is unreactive – it does not interact with substances in the body.

Last but not least, our clinic has more than ten years of experience with xenon-gas therapy.

How is it done?

Xenon therapy is based on the inhalation of a medical gas, xenon. The inhalation of the gas is completely safe and does not cause allergies. Using a special device, the patient breathes in a low-concentrated inert gas, which is mixed with oxygen, through a mask. After the procedure, the patient feels pleasant and relaxed, and can resume his/her everyday activates with no restrictions. Breathing becomes deeper and more even while the concentration of oxygen in the blood increases and the capillaries open.

The procedure only takes 15-20 minutes, and after the session, the patient feels fresh and relaxed.

Xenon does not cause chemical dependence and even helps stop the use of antidepressants and tranquilizers. It is absolutely safe to use as it is unreactive – it does not interact with substances in the body.

Last but not least, our clinic has more than ten years of experience with xenon-gas therapy.

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