Cognitive Performance

Improvement of associated cognitive performance

Cognitive Performance

The decline in physical and cognitive functions among aging individuals has become a significant concern in the developed world due to increasing life expectancy. It is estimated that more than half of people over the age of 60 experience symptoms related to diminishing physical and cognitive abilities. Consequently, there is substantial research aimed at enhancing cognitive performance in the elderly population.

Emerging evidence suggests that periodic hyperbaric therapy can be beneficial for maintaining and improving cognitive function.

Furthermore, there is a well-documented link between cognitive abilities and physical health, indicating that better cognitive function is often associated with improved physical capabilities.


Cognitive enhancement of healthy older adults using hyperbaric oxygen: a randomized controlled trial

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases telomere length and decreases immunosenescence in isolated blood cells: a prospective trial

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy alleviates vascular dysfunction and amyloid burden in an Alzheimer’s disease mouse model and in elderly patients