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Representation of Ozone Molecule

Ozone is a chemical compound (O3) consisting of three oxygen atoms. Ozone has a much higher energy-carrying structure than normal atmospheric oxygen (O2), which is generally diatomaceous in the atmosphere. It has very strong oxidizing properties. It is an effective disinfectant. Ozone therapy is a supportive treatment method in the treatment of many diseases. Although these positive results have been proven by a series of medical research and medical publications, as a rule, ozone is applied in addition to other treatments in the treatment of diseases and falls into the complementary therapy group. As with other medical treatment methods, 100% success cannot be guaranteed. The success of treatment depends on the applied condition, the disease and the general health of the patient. With ozone therapy, the general condition of the patient can improve and their pain can be reduced. Success depends on the condition of the patient and the disease.

Representation of Ozone Molecule

Properties and Effect

In chronic fatigue

In allergic diseases

Chronic upper respiratory tract diseases (For example Chronic Otitis, Sinusitis)

In circulatory disorders

In the treatment of diseases caused by viruses (For example, Hepatitis, Herpes)

Infected wounds that heal poorly (For example, Diabetic Foot, Stasis Ulcers)

In inflammatory bowel diseases (For example Colitis, Proctitis)

In joint diseases (such as Gonarthrosis)

In muscle pain (For example Fibromyalgias)

Neurological diseases (such as Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s)

In old age (Geriatrics)

As an additive or complementary ozone immune system booster in cancer treatment, low doses in the form of “major autohemotherapy” or “minor autohemotherapy”

Antiaging and slimming

Indications (To Whom Ozone Therapy Is Not Applied)

The diseases in which the application of ozone is prohibited is extremely limited.

In favism (a deficiency of an enzyme in red blood cells (Glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase enzyme deficiency) disease)

Those who use excessive alcohol

hyperthyroidism; in overactive thyroid gland

In patients with advanced anemia and some blood-related disorders (hemophilia, bleeding coagulation diseases, etc.)

In chronic and recurrent pancreatic gland inflammations (Pancreatitis)

It is not applied in some diseases such as newly developed heart infarction and cerebral palsy in which bleeding continues actively.

Due to the well-known bactericidal (bactericidal), fungicidal (fungicide) and virostatic (inhibiting virus proliferation) properties of medical ozone, it is used for disinfection of infected wounds and also for the treatment of diseases caused by bacteria and viruses. It is used in the treatment of circulatory disorders due to its ability to increase blood circulation.

When used in low doses, it increases the body’s resistance, in other words, ozone activates the immune system. In response to this activation by ozone, the body’s immune cells produce special messengers (message carriers) called cytokines (containing important mediators such as interferon or interleukin). They notify other immune cells by creating a chain of positive changes throughout the entire immune system that is stimulated to resist disease. This leads to successful results of medical ozone, especially in patients whose immune system is weak or impaired.

Small amounts of ozone applied, known as Major Autohemotherapy, eventually activate the body’s own antioxidants and enzymes that destroy free radicals. Thus, it is understood why ozone is used in chronic inflammatory diseases.