Ozone therapy has been used for over 150 years to treat 114 diseases worldwide, and was even utilised during World War I to disinfect wounds and reduce inflammation. Extensive studies of ozone therapy show consistently positive results with minimal side effects.
History And Benefits Of Ozone Therapy
In 1896, Nikola Tesla developed and patented the first ozone generator in the U.S. In the 21st century, we have ozone saunas in many clinics and businesses around the world. With today’s technology, installing one of these saunas in your home isn’t as unlikely as it was years ago.
If you’re unfamiliar with what ozone can do for your body, consider these benefits:
- Disinfecting wounds
- Reducing inflammation
- Treating circulatory disorders
- Reducing macular degeneration
- Treating arthritis
Not only are scientists and doctors currently using ozone for the treatments listed above, but they’re also conducting new and exciting research. This new information will help us determine how ozone can be used to stimulate the immune system, improve circulation, purify the blood, stop bleeding, prevent shock, reduce resistance to antibiotics, and improve brain function and memory.
Why Should You Install An Ozone Sauna In Your Home?
Installing a sauna in your home has many benefits. To begin with, you’ll save money. Health insurance companies typically do not pay for non-traditional therapies. However, once you’ve purchased a sauna, you won’t have additional deductible payments like you would for repeated visits to a clinic. You’ll also save time. Driving back and forth for doctor’s visits can get tiresome. Ozone therapy, when used properly, can take the place of more traditional medical treatments with little to no side effects, and when used at home, it can be done whenever it is most convenient.
Benefits go beyond personal use too: installing an ozone sauna in a rental property is also a lucrative decision for landlords, marking the property out as a high-end rental, attracting higher paying, health conscious tenants, and giving the property a competitive edge on the rental market.
In some cases, the use of an ozone sauna at home cannot completely replace conventional medicine. Ozone saunas can improve the way medications work, especially antibiotics, as well as reduce the toxicity of certain drugs. As we find more uses for this technology, it seems the applications are unlimited.
Ozone saunas are being installed in many locations around the world, from clinics to high-end rental properties. The list of benefits for ozone therapy is growing by the minute. It’s only a matter of time before these saunas become a common feature in private homes.
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