Be Young, Improve Your Total Health with Hydrogen Therapy
Hydrogen breathing therapy has no established side effects or complications it is safe and a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. It also promotes natural healing in the body. Hydrogen breathing therapy is capable of initiating improvement in various disease conditions such as:
- Heart disease prevention
- Atherosclerosis or the thickening of the blood vessels
- Neurodegenerative diseases e.g., Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
- Hypertension relief
- Cancer in some cases
- Inflammatory disease
- Ischemia of the liver i.e. low blood supply to the liver.
Possible Applications for Portable Hydrogen Inhalers to improve your health
Manufacturer’s Initiated Health Improvement Clinical Studies for Hydrogen Therapy in Japan
Dementia prevention test for elderly people using hydrogen.
What a surprise, a person with an MCI risk of C level has become a B which is the normal level. Also got data that suggests hydrogen has affection the possibility of prevention and improvement for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.
For this study were measured the state change of 20 football players under 18 years old by hydrogen inhaling, corporated with Kashima Antlers. As a result, measurement subjects such as visual acuity, hearing are significantly improved then we confirmed brain stress got down 26%. That indicates hydrogen inhaling before the game or performance may be possible to perform better.
Scientific Evidence for Hydrogen Therapy Positive Effects
Currently, there are two schools of thought regarding the scientific effect of hydrogen gas. While for some there is scientific evidence, for others, it is still too early to scientifically confirm its therapeutic effects.
On the one hand, scientists like Ge et al. (2017) advocate for hydrogen therapy. They argue that H2 is an excellent tool for modern medicine as the administration of H2 is a promising therapeutic option for the treatment of various diseases. After the discovery that molecular hydrogen had selective antioxidant properties in 2007, numerous other studies demonstrated that H2 also has beneficial effects in various animal models and in human disease. For example, cancer, organ damage, and metabolic syndrome, to name a few, are on the list of medical conditions that H2 has a biological effect on (Ge et al., 2017).
On the other hand, LeBaron et al. (2019) argue a lack of clinical trials on the topic. Although some researchers are using molecular hydrogen in preclinical and clinical research on many stress-related diseases such as cardiovascular disease and stroke, the exact biological mechanisms of action remain elusive. Therefore, more studies are needed before H2 treatment can be considered scientific (LeBaron et al., 2019). What about other diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Asthma, or COVID-19?
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