Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Edwards CO - Anxiety Treatment

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Drug Addiction Treatment Methods: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Edwards, CO

Bob Nutter

I came to All Points North Lodge because I had been dealing with anxiety and depression pretty much my entire life. Then about three and a half years ago, my father died. I did CPR on him, and for the next three years, I dealt with PTSD on top of the anxiety and the depression. I have received hyperbaric therapy, I guess you would more consider it oxygen therapy. The facility here goes to depths that most “hyperbaric therapy” doesn’t go. My experience was almost immediate where I call it my fog of war, where my head’s very heavy, tons of anxiety, can’t remember even the most simple tasks. Probably the first week, I had much more focus, much more clarity, the fog of war disappeared. Certainly no depression, but a little bit of anxiety after the first week, but as the therapy progressed, I almost have none at all.

Before I came here, I was either going to end it or get help. Thankfully, I chose to get help. The facility here offers so many advantages of treatment, but definitely the hyperbaric has been a lifesaver for me. You flip on your favorite Netflix movie or series and relax, and you don’t really have a care in the world, you’re just kind of watching TV and letting the healing process happen. I for sure would recommend APN to family and friends, or really anyone who … I’d hate to see somebody get to the point that I did, where they lost hope and hope that they would jump in to getting their traumas brought to the surface and dealing with anxiety and depression in a healthy way. I believe hyperbaric is something that everyone that deals with that should try.

Anna Mason

Anna Mason

Director of Marketing

Anna is a champion of stories and people person who works as the Director of Marketing for All Points North. Anna's heart beats for the "aha moments" of mental health, and she considers it an honor to create content that fosters these moments for people everywhere.