Known Medical Benefits

Use of xenon in therapy:

 Xenon therapy can be used to treat pain syndromes, stress therapy, depression treatments, sleep disorders, addiction treatment (narcotics, alcoholics), body regeneration after illness, rehabilitation and recovery after exhausting mental and physical exertion, to increase immunity.

Xenon has significant nootropic (improved mental activity), anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), antihypoxic, antidepressant and antioxidant effects, used in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome, stress and depression, neuroses, light cognitive (perceptual) disorders; as part of a comprehensive therapy in patients with severe cardiovascular pathology (ischemic and hypertensive disease, post-infarction, etc.), with neurological pathology (atherosclerotic or ischemic blood circulation disorders); in intensive care; in the treatment of various types of withdrawal syndromes and post-abstinence conditions in narcotic patients; in rehabilitation medicine for rehabilitation of postoperative operations, traumatic injuries.

Xenon inhalation causes favorable changes in the humoral regulation system (co-ordination of vital processes in the body by body fluids with biologically active substances), has a stress-protective, cardioprotective and neuroprotective (activates nerve tissue metabolism, increases resistance to hypoxia), improves metabolism and psycho-emotional state of the person.

Xenon has a beneficial effect on patient health. In the treatment of strokes with xenon inhalation anesthesia, faster speech and motor functions are restored in humans, making it possible to reduce the patient's stay in healthcare facilities by 2-3 weeks, as the brain's blood flow increases by more than 20%.

Xenon therapy helps to treat the most severe diseases of the 21st century, as inhalation strongly activates the human immune system without any side effects. Thanks to this activation, the human organism is able to use its internal reserves and start self-medication. .

Xenon therapy is not eliminating but, to the contrary, it supplements and promotes other therapies that become more effective. Because xenon helps in the treatment of stress and depression, it is used to treat and rehabilitate people with nervous system mental disorders, to train special forces soldiers to perform tasks requiring high resistance and concentration of strength.

With the help of xenon it is possible to eliminate nervousness, provide a deep and peaceful sleep before competitions, effectively relieve high blood pressure.

Xenon is recommended as a means of fighting terrorists in tightly closed spaces (aircraft, cinemas, cabins and sports facilities).

The use of xenon in cardiac surgery in artificial circulation shortens the patient's postoperative stay in intensive care from ten to two days and minimizes psychoneurotic complications. After chemotherapy and radiotherapy, xenon is used as a drug that restores vital organ activity.

The maximum effect of treatment is 3-5 minutes after inhalation and lasts 2-4 hours. The disappearing effect lasts approximately 48 to 80 hours. The therapeutic effect of multiple inhalation procedures 3-14 is summed (!). Therapy is performed by inhalation of the oxygen-xenon mixture and is recommended for the following diseases: acute and chronic stress, insomnia, depression, neurosis, physical overwork, atherosclerosis and microcirculation disorder, acute vertebral and discogenic pain syndrome, various types of headache, pelvic pain syndrome pain in chronic pancreatitis.

Contraindications: acute mental illness, acute drug and alcohol intoxication, bradycardia. Xenon has been used in the treatment of extreme conditions in drug addicts, psychoactive drug addicts, in the relief of narcotic withdrawal syndrome, in the treatment of alcohol addicts, and the increase in blood flow to individual organs opens up favorable prospects for its use. in neurological practice, atherosclerosis of cerebral vessels, ischemic encephalopathy, emotional anxiety as well as myocardial analgesic, pancreatic necrosis, colic liver.

Xenon therapy is well combined with treatment with other psychotropic medicines, allowing you to significantly reduce the doses of these medicines to avoid dangerous complications and side effects.

Xenon helps to reduce the effects of stroke, brain injury and other lesions that cause nerve necrosis. It is able to block the work of receptors that control nerve cells and prevent their death. Although xenon therapy does not allow the recovery of nerve cells, it preserves them and creates conditions for subsequent treatment. Inert gas is a good candidate for the role of medicine because it is contained in our natural environment and is not toxic.

The use of xenon therapy makes it possible to reduce the period of withdrawal syndrome (pain that occurs when taking drugs and alcohol) by about half compared to current methods. Success in drug and alcohol addiction treatment was at least 50% after the completion of the entire xenon treatment cycle (including rehabilitation) and after one year of observation. The patient becomes practically a healthy person.

The use of xenon in the comprehensive treatment of opiate addiction will allow you to successfully overcome the negative and painful symptoms of withdrawal syndrome while reducing the manifestations of autonomic disorders; relieves pain; normalizes sleep in patients; and reduces withdrawal symptoms by about 50%, significantly reducing the pharmacological burden. The application of this method makes it possible to effectively treat not only the withdrawal syndrome but also the post-abstinence state of opiate dependence, especially in patients with hepatic impairment and intolerance to specific drugs used in drug addiction.

One of the main therapeutic effects of medical xenon is its ability to cause pain relief in low concentrations. The effect of autoexperimentation comes after a few deep inhalations. After 1 to 2 minutes, the pain threshold is doubled. This allows the use of the xenon-oxygen mixture in a therapeutic inhalation autoanalgesia regimen, completely safe for the patient in the treatment of pain syndromes in the pre-hospital and hospital phases, as well as in household conditions. A portable aerosol inhaler may be used for this purpose. The field of application of the autoanalgesic regimen is very extensive: from home conditions in the pre-hospital stage, during patient transport and hospitalization, to traumatic injury, to angina pectoris, liver and renal colic, painful bandages, burn surface treatment. Onset of analgesia during inhalation of the xenon-oxygen mixture (70:30) occurs after 2-3 minutes.

The analgesic effect of xenon has been successfully used in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction. Pain relief, pain reduction, reduction of myocardial ischemia zone, hemodynamic stabilization, and metabolic indexes, improvement of neuro-mental status were observed during the xenon therapy session.

The anti-discomfort effect of xenon is used in chemotherapy in cancer patients. When inhaled on chemotherapy days and in the following days, the negative side effects of chemotherapy, or the overall condition of patients receiving xenon therapy compared to the control group, were sharply diminished or disappeared.

The positive neuroprotective effect of xenon therapy has been observed in the treatment of patients in neuroreanimation (severe traumatic brain injury, coma, stroke, encephalopathy). The xenon-oxygen therapy section for therapeutic purposes has led to a significant improvement in electroencephalography, stabilization of neuro-vegetative reactions, shortening of coma.

Xenon was found to be anti-inflammatory and immunoprotective in surgical patients. Compared to the same type of anesthesia with nitrous oxide and fentanyl in surgical patients with cholecystectomy, xenon provided reliable neuro-autonomous protection, homeostasis, stable leuko- and lymphocytosis, a clear anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effect. The number of inflammatory complications in the nitrous oxide group was 4-fold greater than that of xenon anesthesia. The total duration of treatment in the xenon group was 5 days lower and the total cost of treatment was 38% lower than with nitrous oxide.

The organoprotective effect of xenon anesthesia in liver resection operations showed that oxygen supply to the liver and liver blood flow during xenon anesthesia was higher compared to nitrous oxide anesthesia. Xenon increases liver and kidney blood flow and provides better oxygen supply, which is useful in critical conditions and a slight increase in cerebral blood flow following background of xenon anesthesia, controlled and corrected by mild hyperventilation in the presence of xenon's neuroprotective effect and absence of toxicity offers favorable xenon prospects in neurosurgery and neuro resuscitation.

The protective effect of xenon on internal organs is useful in abdominal, liver, kidney and pancreatic surgery. However, in the case of intestinal obstruction, paresis, intestinal atony, the use of xenon-oxygen mixtures should be limited so that gas diffusion does not enter the interior of the intestine or other closed cavities, such as by air bleeding, air embolism.

The hemodynamic effect of xenon appears to be positive. Xenon is hemodynamically stable and has no cardiotoxicity compared to other inhaled anesthetics.

Xenon is the best alternative in cardiological anesthesia. It does not form the basis for the occurrence of so-called late ventricular potentials. Xenon has no appreciable effect on the phase structure of the cardiac cycle and peripheral tone, normalizes the function of autonomic regulation of the heart rhythm, does not alter myocardial excitability and contractility.

In obstetric anesthesia, xenon is particularly significant - since the anesthesiologist works with two patients at the same time and the child's health is given as much attention as the mother's condition.Surprisingly, in obstetric practice, nitrous oxide is used as an inhalation anesthesia for "caesarean", although it has a toxic effect, disrupting the blood coagulation system and DNA synthesis. Xenon has no toxic effect on the mother's and fetus's body and provides reliable anesthetic protection. Easy introduction into anesthesia, rapid awakening and at least a pronounced post-anesthetic depression make it particularly attractive for obstetrics anesthesia.

There are many physiological effects that can be used in practical pulmonology: xenon is a powerful analgesic and has a sedative and hypnotic effect, which is an important component in the complex therapy of acute respiratory failure of various genes; Xe inhibits breathing, reducing breathing, maintaining breath reserve, and providing normal gas exchange during inhalation; The use of xenon-oxygen-helium mixtures in pulmonology seems very promising; The xenon-oxygen blend increases blood flow to the organs (brain, lungs, liver, kidneys, intestines, skin), creating the best conditions for supplying oxygen to tissues; In combination with bronchodilators; creates anabolic background metabolism and reduces the need for oxygen in the tissues; Has anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects; xenon has an antihypoxic effect due to overcoproduction of tocopherol.

The effects of Xenon as a strong natural antidepressant predestine it for use in neurology and psychiatry. A number of patients, especially those with cancer, have been reported to have a beneficial anti-stress effect of xenon. They all experience an unusual increase in vitality, increased physical activity, improved overall mood. Cancer patients, previously weak and malignant, have experienced dramatic internal changes and have awakened a strong desire and effort to self-heal. They also insisted on performing further operations under xenon anesthesia. A similar view appears in all individuals who have undergone xenon therapy during vegetative vascular dystonia, neurosis, depression, physical fatigue, pain in the muscles, joints. Against the background of xenon-oxygen therapy, psycho-physiological parameters of the emotional and voluntary spheres of patients are noticeably improving.This phenomenon of xenon stimulating effect, recorded after its 10 to 30 minute inhalation, remains within the hypothetical explanation. In addition, anticellulite, anti-inflammatory, antipruritic and anti-inflammatory effects can be expected under the influence of xenon. The beneficial effect of xenon on inflammatory processes in the rectal region, as well as on the prostate in men, is expected. antipruritic and analgesic effects.

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