During ozone therapy sessions, clients are closely monitored to maintain a safe and healthy environment. While the administrator is ultimately responsible for ensuring a safe and successful session, the client also has a role to play. Only the client, fully understands and is in touch with the internal sensations and other feelings they are experiencing. By understanding these during therapy guidelines, clients can play an active role in their own health and the success of their therapy session.

During Ozone Therapy: Guidelines

Follow these guidelines for proper treatment during ozone therapy:

During Ozone Therapy1. Leave the sauna if you feel uncomfortable. This is subjective, based on your tolerance and wellness quotient. A little discomfort in the sauna is to be expected, especially if you are very toxic. However, be aware of signals of needing to leave. You might be suffering from either dehydration or moderately severe heat exhaustion if you have the following symptoms: breathing problems, dizziness or light-headedness, energy loss or weakness, fatigue, headache, loss of appetite, muscle cramps, nausea, nosebleeds, or thirst.

2. If possible, wear minimum lightweight, loose-fitting clothing. Covering the body can prevent sweat from either evaporating or evaporating quickly. Also, if you sweat profusely, clothing can become clammy and uncomfortable, and detract from what would otherwise be a pleasurable experience.

3. Wiping off your sweat with a towel, you need to eliminate the toxins that have been secreted through your skin. You don’t want your pores to become blocked, and you don’t want the waste material to be reabsorbed into the skin.

4.  Exit the sauna slowly. Systemic heating has brought much more blood than usual to the body’s surface. This, with the slower-than-usual return of the blood to the heart, means less blood supply to the head.

During Ozone Therapy: Additional Considerations

During ozone therapy, toxic waste is being released from the cells, it enters the bloodstream in the form of excess mucous and proteins. This is normal and necessary, but can cause a temporary thickening of both the lymph and blood. This condition can influence circulation to such an extent that standing up too fast might cause a delay in oxygen reaching the brain. If you are experiencing dizziness, stand up very slowly, keeping your head down as you rise. These symptoms should subsides after frequent cleansing.

Many people, though not all, feel markedly better after their sauna sessions. You might feel worse from the re-circulating toxins and need to remain in the sauna to pass this discomfort point. With high levels of toxicity, clients will probably need more than one session to feel relief.