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Dry carbonated baths in bronchial asthma

Dry "carbon dioxide baths provide a high therapeutic effect in patients with several diseases, including bronchial asthma disease.

Dry carbon dioxide gas baths are baths, whose action consists of the influence of mechanical and chemical factors.

With a deficit of carbon dioxide occur spasticity (spasms throughout the body), giving rise to very harmful consequences in the form of the disease with bronchial asthma. Antispasmodics only temporarily relieve spasm without eliminating its root cause.

The procedure of "dry carbon dioxide baths" is designed to provide permanent restoration of the normal content of carbon dioxide in arterial blood. As a result, spasticity is automatically eliminated.

Carbon dioxide absorbed into the blood, has a chemical effect on the receptors of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, contributing to the formation of potent biological agents.

The course contributes to the restructuring of Bath redox processes, increase tissue oxygen utilization, increase endurance of the organism to physical stress.

The procedure of "dry" carbon dioxide baths is that, thanks to a special unit, the patient's body acts like a dosed warmed, humidified carbon dioxide. For this purpose, a special sealed unit - the bath is placed naked patient, except for the head, followed by exactly dosed feeding them warmed up to a certain temperature and humidified carbon dioxide.

Contraindications taking dry carbon dioxide baths are:

  • Unstable angina, recurrent myocardial infarction
  • Any acute illness
  • Pregnancy
  • Acute ischemic attacks
  • Renal and hepatic failure

Indications and contraindications are determined by the attending physician, individually in each case.

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