As American Heart Month comes to an end, we want to share another piece of research that is proving Hyperbaric Oxygen will improve heart function when someone experiences a cardiac event, like a heart attack.


  • As with all research, this is where it starts…. small animal studies.
    • This is interesting research including small animals with a very positive result
  • This research specifically focuses on oxygenating the heart post cardiac trauma (heart attack, cardiac arrest, etc).
    • The research refers to the reperfusion injury that occurs to the heart after a cardiac event
      • Reperfusion injury is the injury after an injury or event that negatively would affect one’s health, and is often times worst than the actual event that occurred.
  • Myocarditis is something we hear about in the news often. Many people didn’t even know what myocarditis was until they heard it mentioned repeatedly by the many doctors who spoke up and linked it to COVID-19 vaccine injuries.
    • Myocarditis is an enlarged heart, and it can be fatal.
    • Based on the research and the positive effect HBOT has on the heart, we start to question who’s doing the research now with myocarditis and are they looking at Hyperbaric Oxygen as a solution?
  • In the end, it’s clear that Hyperbaric Oxygen is good for the heart, and provides us with a way to naturally improve our heart health.


Read “Hyperbaric Oxygenation Improves Redox Control & Reduces Mortality in the Acute Phase of Myocardial Infarction in a Rat Model