Hyperbaric oxygen therapy may improve symptoms in autistic children

With the growing rise in autism, hyperbaric oxygen therapy is seeing its own rapid growth, particularly in many research facilities. Strong data is now pointing to the potential benefits that this procedure may provide for autistic children. This study looked at 1.3 ATA (lower pressure hyperbarics) with using slightly higher than room air oxygen levels, and were able to show significant improvements, within a 40 sessions protocol. By giving lower pressure protocols without the added need for 100% oxygen, hyperbaric oxygen therapy can now be much more readily accessible than previously before — the implications are enormous! <view study>