Whether you would like to help your body detox and heal due to illness or other concerns, or you would like to further enhance and improve your good health, ozone therapy can help you achieve your goals.

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What is ozone therapy?

Ozone therapy has been proven to be a safe, effective wellness enhancer. Ozone is a supercharged oxygen gas that is composed of 3 oxygen atoms. When applied to the patient’s body, ozone saturates the patient’s cells, tissues, and organs with oxygen. Oxygen is a critical nutrient that the body requires to produce energy and perform its necessary biological functions. Ozone therapy also helps the body detoxify mycotoxins, naturally occurring toxins produced by certain molds, that can cause acute and chronic negative health effects.

Ozone therapy helps the body improve its ability to utilize oxygen. This allows the body to more easily ward off infections, and it also slows the aging process, boosts the immune system, clears the skin, and improves the body’s natural detoxification processes.

Who is a candidate for ozone therapy?

Men and women who would like to enhance their health, skin, and body are candidates for ozone therapy. Most people can greatly benefit from these treatments.

To find out more about whether ozone therapy is an ideal treatment for you, please call for a consultation at Saving Face, Body and Mind to discuss your goals and to find out more about what ozone therapy can achieve for you.

Ozone Therapy Austin What happens during treatment?

During your consultation, we will discuss different ozone therapy treatment types and determine which is the best option to suit your needs and goals. Ozone therapy can be performed in a number of different ways, including the following:

  • Ozone can be administered in gas form within a protective covering directly to the tissue of your body.
  • Ozone can be delivered intravenously to treat internal disorders by dissolving the gas into blood drawn from your arm, then re-injected via IV.
  • Ozone can be injected intramuscularly, usually after the ozone gas is mixed with oxygen.
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Side effects after ozone therapy

There are typically some side effects after ozone therapy, including burning eyes, nausea, coughing, lightheadedness, and a mild headache. The symptoms of ozone therapy are usually temporary and resolve shortly after your ozone treatment.

Patients may also experience a period of “detoxing,” after their ozone treatment. During this period, patients will feel somewhat worse before they feel better. Patients may experience flu-like symptoms that show up while their body is cleansing itself of toxins and waste. This is a natural part of the healing and detox process, and it will resolve itself as your body detoxifies.

Benefits of ozone therapy

  • Stronger, healthier hair and nails
  • More beautiful, radiant skin
  • Better energy levels
  • Deeper, better sleep
  • Boosts cellular utilization of oxygen
  • Detoxifies the body
  • Helps regulate and enhance the immune system
  • Slows the effects of aging
  • Stimulates the production of antioxidant enzymes
  • Helps regenerate and support liver function
  • Heals the skin to achieve a more healthy skin tone
  • Reduces the frequency of ear and sinus infections
  • Improves breathing and reduces breathing disorders

Why choose Saving Face, Body and Mind for ozone therapy?

At Saving Face, Body and Mind, we provide a luxurious sanctuary where you can rejuvenate your body in a comfortable, modern environment, fully equipped with the most state-of-the-art technology. We take a holistic approach with our patients to understand their concerns and resolve their issues at the root of the symptoms. Our welcoming staff take the time to know our patients and support their goals with a custom treatment plan designed precisely for them.

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