Dr. Gunnar Heuser, an expert in toxic exposure, investigated the effects of mild hyperbaric treatments on people with compromised brain health. His study focused on administering hyperbaric therapy to 9 patients suffering from Impaired Brain Function due to chemical exposure. The therapy improved their symptoms and quality of life.
The Method Behind the Healing
The study used Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) imaging, which reveals brain activity by tracking the flow of a radioactive substance. The therapy involved 10 one-hour sessions over two weeks. Before-and-after SPECT scans showed increased blood flow and oxygen supply to the brain.
The results were impressive. All patients showed improvement after just 10 sessions. Symptoms ranging from short-term memory issues to headaches and poor circulation in the brain showed significant amelioration. The SPECT reveals increased blood flow and oxygen supply to critical brain areas, particularly the temporal lobe responsible for short-term memory. The study gives hope to those with similar challenges, suggesting that hyperbaric therapy could enhance brain function.
Every one of the patients who participated in the study showed improvement after only 10 treatments.
A Bright Future Beckons
Dr. Heuser’s work highlights the therapy’s potential. With each study, hyperbaric therapy gets closer to unlocking new possibilities for healing and restoration.
Heuser, G. Clinical Study: Mild Hyperbarics for Impaired Brain Function. Dr. Neubrander. https://www.drneubrander.com/Files/Brain%20Study-clinicalstudyimpaired%20brain%20function.pdf