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hydrogen inhalation


Hydrogen gas inhalation improves lung function and protects established airway inflammation in the allergic asthmatic mice model which may be associated with the inhibition of oxidative stress process. This study provides a potential alternative therapeutic opportunity for the clinical management of asthma.


Why would you do hydrogen inhalation therapy?  Inhaled hydrogen gas (H2) has been shown to have significant protective effects on ischemic organs. Clinical trials abroad have shown promise that treatment of patients suffering from stroke, cardiac arrest, or heart attacks may benefit from inhaling hydrogen gas during the early recovery period.



Who is hydrogen inhalation therapy recommended for?  Hydrogen inhalation therapy is recommended for all customers regardless of age or health.


How often should you repeat hydrogen inhalation?  Hydrogen inhalation therapy is typically done 4-5 times per week for 30 minute sessions.



What are the effects of hydrogen inhalation therapy?  Inhalation of hydrogen gas is a straightforward therapeutic method. Hydrogen gas can be inhaled by delivering hydrogen gas through a ventilator circuit, face mask or nasal cannula.  Since inhaled hydrogen gas acts more rapidly, it may be suitable for defense against acute oxidative stress.



What are the results of hydrogen inhalation therapy?  Hydrogen acts as a therapeutic antioxidant by selectively reducing cyto-toxic oxygen radicals.  Molecular hydrogen is the smallest and purest antioxidant that exists. H2 is far smaller than any other antioxidant, allowing it to easily enter deeper into our cells than all other Antioxidants.


 What does this help to improve?  An increasing number of studies have revealed that hydrogen may protect the lungs from diverse diseases, including acute lung injury, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, lung cancer, pulmonary arterial hypertension, and pulmonary fibrosis.



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