People with diabetes may have had the metabolic disease for their whole life or may have just been diagnosed recently. While many people learn to live with the symptoms of diabetes, it is important to know there are diabetic treatments with a proven track-record of healing. The LyfeWell Alternative Healing Center has such a treatment available: E-HBOT. This treatment is a non-medical, non-surgical treatment that helps provide relief and alleviate symptoms of diabetes and diabetic wounds – a common symptom of diabetes that can be painful and irritating to say the least. In order to best understand how E-HBOT can be used as a diabetic treatment, it is first essential to understand what the wounds are and how diabetic wounds are formed.

Diabetic wounds are often created because the diabetic person suffers from high levels of blood glucose. Over time, these high levels can affect the nerves and cause poor circulation. With low circulation the wound site does not receive enough blood to heal properly, causing it to be consistently opened and irritated. Moreover, diabetic wounds are typically formed because this decrease in nerve sensation causes a delay in the mind registering the wound. More often than not, an injury can be prevented or healed before it gets too bad enough to be visibly seen.

Because of unregulated blood sugar levels, diabetes can lead to poor circulation.

Hyperbaric Plus Oxygent Therapy is a technological combination of two well-known therapies, Pulsed Electromagnetic Field therapy (PEMF) and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). Together, these therapies work to increase the amount of blood flowing through the body and to supply more pure oxygen to the cells, thereby placing the body in the position of healing itself without the need of heavy medications or invasive procedures.

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