What Is Ozone Therapy?

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What Is Ozone Therapy?
Next Health Staff
December 6, 2023

With the coronavirus pandemic still raging, it’s more important than ever that we do everything we can to boost our immune systems. That’s why you might consider ozone therapy from Next Health. It’s another one of our innovative and high-tech services dedicated to bolstering holistic bodily wellness.

However, you’ll want to be familiar with ozone therapy and how it works before signing up. This article will break down everything you need to know about ozone therapy so you can determine if it’s a good choice for your needs.

What Is Ozone Therapy?

High-dose ozone therapy utilizes a pure form of oxygen to potentially create a certain response within your immune system. High doses of ozone may be able to clean your blood naturally, which has the beneficial effect of neutralizing many types of pathogenic microbes.

Ozone therapy can be applied through many different methods. For instance, it can be added to water or injected into your body as a serum like treatment. There are also certain ozone saunas, in which ozone gas is applied to your skin. It is important to note that no worthwhile ozone therapy will have you inhale the gas directly.

Ozone has been used to disinfect medical equipment for more than 100 years due to its powerful effects. Let’s break down exactly how and why this happens in the first place.

How Does Ozone Therapy Work?

According to the research, when ozone comes into contact with body fluids, such as blood, it has been shown to cause an immediate chemical reaction. In the human body, this causes more red blood cells and proteins to be formed. Since red blood cells carry oxygen and other nutrients throughout your body, it is quite helpful to have more of them.

So, ozone therapy has the potential to be an effective way to increase the amount of oxygen that you have. More oxygen also means you might feel more energy and you might benefit from greater overall circulation.

Ozone therapy also has the potential to help with the removal of pathogens in your body. Since the ozone treatment activates your immune system and boosts its effectiveness, it can then better tackle the pathogens that should not be in your body.

Since it’s always good to have a bolstered immune system when flu season rolls around, it may be a good idea to stop by our office for a visit!

What Does Ozone Do In My Body?

Publications report, once it has entered your body, ozone has the potential to do a few different things that are beneficial to your health. The first is that it acts as a detoxifier and removes pathogens from your systems. But how exactly does this occur?

Ozone carries an additional negatively charged ion. Studies show this may allow it to bind with many different types of toxins and neutralize them. Then your body may potentially have an easier time removing them through passive processes.

Once in your body, ozone has the potential to improve the health of mitochondria in your cells. These are the parts of a cell that are responsible for creating energy. Ozone may help them to become more efficient and effective, which may also lead to extra benefits like better mental clarity and more general energy.

What are the Potential Benefits?

There are even more potential benefits to ozone therapy. While the potential immunity-boosting benefits are what most people are interested in, research shows you might also experience:

  • Reduced inflammation
  • Reduced brain fatigue
  • Improved mental clarity
  • Improved levels of energy
  • Faster healing ability

What Can I Expect From Ozone Therapy?

This therapy works alongside our other immunity treatment options at Next Health. The ozone infusion process can take up to an hour and a half at most. Please be sure that you are completely hydrated and have a healthy meal before you arrive.

After receiving the treatment, your body may remove any harmful pathogens in your body. You may also feel like it is easier to breathe since there are more cells transporting oxygen for you.

Publications report this may benefit your cardiovascular system and also aid in lowering inflammation. The treatment might even be able to remove toxins and promote healthier skin.

If you often suffer from brain fog, chronic fatigue, or skin rashes, then you might have too many toxins present in your body. There are many ways to remove them healthily, with ozone therapy being a potential option for you.

Overall, you should get in touch with us ASAP if you’re interested in an appointment. Our knowledgeable team can give you more information and help set you up with an appointment. This is not a one-time treatment, you will need to come a few times before you start to experience the full range of benefits.

How Prepare For Treatment

Our Next Health staff will be sure to consult with you before we begin the treatment. We will let you know what you can expect and how ozone therapy may be able to impact you personally. You will need to make sure that you eat a healthy meal before and are fully hydrated.

If you have any questions feel free to contact us. Our team is standing by to answer your questions or concerns about ozone therapy anytime.

What Happens During the Treatment?

Ozone therapy can be administered in different ways. One of our experienced team members will let you know which process you can expect beforehand. Let’s break down each of the three ways available.


With this type of therapy, we’ll take blood samples and add the ozone to them before replacing the blood samples back into your system through an IV. This is one of the more common methods of treatment.


Ozone therapy can be applied as an injection as well. This is when the ozone gas is mixed with other materials and injected into your muscles directly, potentially providing targeted benefits.

Direct Application

With this method, the ozone is applied directly to a problem area. This is sometimes used as a way to sterilize an injury. When this method is used, the gas is applied through a protective coating, so that there is no way for you to breathe it in.

Remember, ozone has been proven to be safe for medical use. Ozone is never administered in ways that might allow the gas to enter your lungs, so it does not cause any issues.

Why Ozone Therapy May Important These Days?

The levels of oxygen in the air are lower than they were thousands of years ago. This might make it harder for some people to get enough oxygen into their system to keep their body processes working smoothly. Others might never notice it.

On top of that, there is more pollution in the air than there ever was in the past. Today, you are exposed to more pathogens and toxins than your ancestors were. This may cause you to feel exhausted or struggle with your health.

Ozone therapy has the potential get the oxygen your body needs to function at the fullest extent of its abilities.


To summarize, ozone therapy involves adding ozone directly to your system. This has the potential to have a wide range of benefits. If you are curious and want to learn more or set up an appointment with us, be sure to contact us when you are available.

While benefits and uses of this ozone treatment are still being researched, it has been shown to have many positive effects on people. If you feel that your immune system needs a desperate boost, ozone treatment might help you. And if you want to detoxify, rid your systems of pathogens, or improve your red blood cell counts, Next Health’s ozone therapy might be the perfect choice.





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