Modern medical research shows that oxygen therapy is of great significance for the rehabilitation of diabetes, mainly due to:
*Oxygen absorption is the increase of blood oxygen content, aerobic metabolism, glucose consumption increased, blood glucose can be reduced;
* Oxygen absorption increases the body's aerobic metabolism, increases the production of adenosine triphosphate, and can promote islet function recovery;
*Oxygen absorption can increase the amount of dissolved oxygen in the blood, increase the amount of oxygen delivered to various parts of the body, correct tissue hypoxia, and relieve a series of complications caused by hypoxia.
There have been medical researchers who simply inhaled oxygen in a group of diabetic patients and observed changes in blood glucose and urine glucose after inhalation. The specific method is: the patient daily oxygen (concentration is more than 90% medical oxygen) 2-4 times a day for 1-2 hours, the flow rate is determined as 2L/minute, after three weeks of observation, blood glucose, urine sugar were significantly decreased Some even returned to normal, and the symptoms were significantly reduced. No side effects were seen with long-term use.