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On the 11th, their members and other interested parties attended the annual congress in the Ramada Hotel in Kassel. National and international speakers and book authors gave lectures on their new research results with a close practical relevance. In addition to oxyvening as a component of complementary therapy concepts, documented on the basis of laboratory results and case documentation, differentiated diagnostic options and individual and reproducible therapy options based on them were further key topics of the event. The focus was also on chronic inflammation as one of the causes of secondary diseases. The intestine with its metabolic system was particularly examined with a view to possible imbalances in the microbial environment and their causes and regulation. Obstacles to therapy success, such as the influence of toxins on the complex cellular system of metabolism, were analyzed and opportunities to reduce or eliminate them were discussed.
It was confirmed that the safe oxyvenation therapy according to Dr. Regelsberger, neurologist and neurosurgeon, is to be recommended as a promising part of a holistic therapy concept in many cases of chronic diseases. This is due to the fact that the small oxygen bubbles intravenously supplied to the blood include the formation of vasodilators and anti-inflammatory substances and the flushing out of excess tissue water (edema). As a result, the ability of the platelets to adhere is restricted, which reduces the risk of thrombosis. Another positive effect is that eosinophilic granulocytes, as essential factors of the body's own defense, multiply better under oxygenation. In short: the immune system is modulated and made more responsive.
Influencing the interleukin patterns, which act as messenger substances of the immune system, was one of the other lecture topics. The research results presented resulted in a common intersection and were rounded off by findings from the area of heart rate variance analysis, which serves to harmonize the autonomic nervous system.
In the industrialized nations, almost everyone up to the age of 60 suffers from three to four chronic diseases, in which inflammatory processes almost always play a role in the causal cascade. The more precisely these causes can be identified, the more precisely reproducible therapy concepts can be developed, which offer a wide range of individual scope - depending on the patient and symptoms. The message and the conclusion of the congress were clear: Almost all chronic diseases are based on similar development patterns. Once a disease is chronic, the therapist is faced with the challenge of looking at the symptoms from several angles. Interdisciplinary expert knowledge can immensely enrich the sole symptom-based approach here and lead to individually tailored therapy concepts for affected patients. The declared goal is to work therapeutically to eliminate all factors that block self-healing and to support those that naturally enable them. Such a background authentically justifies the holistic concept that is often used today.
The lecture program and speakers can be viewed at the International Society for Oxygenation Therapy e.V. and most of the lectures will be available on CD or USB stick shortly. (pm)