lemtrada-uk 28/03/17
Last reply 1 year ago
HBOT

I’ve booked my long overdue comeback to the oxygen chamber for next week. Its been years since I last went. Only with the benefit of hindsight can I see the value of HBOT.
I was told that I have to start on an atmospheric pressure of 16 as I’ve been away for so long. Just out of interest, what is the impact of the differing atmospheric pressures? I know everyone is different but which is the optimum atmospheric pressure to see maximum benefit?

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majesty
1 year ago

I go once a week and go down to 24 feet. On some dives they go down to 35 feet.
I find the 24 feet to be beneficial and feel generally brighter. Also great nights sleep on the day of the dive so that’s a bonus. Didn’t like the deeper dive – tried it a couple of times. No idea why though! It was in the early days of trying the chamber when I felt a bit anxious so could have been down to that. Hope you feel the benefits soon.


jofamof5
1 year ago

what is HBOT?


stumbler
1 year ago

jofamof5
1 year ago

thank you. I thought that’s what it was. We have that in the facility where I work. It is in the wound clinic. People can go there for non healing wounds oxygen therapy helps with that too.


lemtrada-uk
1 year ago

@majesty which symptoms do you find it helps with? Does it ease your fatigue?


majesty
1 year ago

It’s difficult to pinpoint what symptoms it helps with. You notice if you don’t go!
I know that doesn’t sound helpful but other MS people using the chamber say exactly the same!
The thing I have realised is that it has brightened my mood for the long term and I get far fewer low days.

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