Oxygen Therapy for Fibromyalgia

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- Updated by Jody Mullis
Medically reviewed by Dr Sidra Samad



Oxygen therapy has emerged as a potential treatment option for individuals with fibromyalgia, offering a range of benefits to improve their overall well-being. This therapy has shown promise in increasing energy levels, improving cognitive function, reducing pain levels, and alleviating the debilitating brain fog commonly associated with fibromyalgia.


Key Takeaways

- Increased energy levels

- Improved cognitive function 

- Reduction in pain levels

- Alleviation of brain fog

Benefits of Oxygen Therapy for Fibromyalgia

The benefits of oxygen therapy for fibromyalgia include:

- Increased energy levels

- Improved cognitive function [1]

- Reduction in pain levels [2]

- Alleviation of brain fog

- Potential improvement in depression symptoms

Research suggests that oxygen therapy can lead to enhanced cognitive function in individuals with fibromyalgia. It is believed that the increased oxygen levels delivered during therapy can improve brain function and alleviate the cognitive impairments commonly experienced by fibromyalgia patients, such as difficulties with memory [3], concentration, and mental clarity.

Additionally, oxygen therapy has shown promising results in alleviating brain fog, a common symptom characterized by confusion, forgetfulness, and difficulty in processing information. By providing the brain with a sufficient supply of oxygen, therapy can help clear the fog and improve cognitive performance in individuals with fibromyalgia.

Experiences from users

During their journey with oxygen therapy for fibromyalgia, patients have expressed positive experiences and outcomes. Many individuals have reported improved quality of life after undergoing this treatment. Patients have expressed a reduction in pain levels, increased energy levels, and improved cognitive function. Oxygen therapy has also been associated with alleviation of brain fog and potential improvement in depression symptoms.

These positive reports highlight the effectiveness of oxygen therapy in managing fibromyalgia symptoms and improving the daily lives of individuals living with this condition.


In conclusion, oxygen therapy for fibromyalgia has shown promising benefits in improving various aspects of patients' well-being. This includes energy levels, cognitive function, pain reduction, and alleviating brain fog.

Testimonials from individuals who have undergone this therapy have highlighted its positive impact on their quality of life. They reported reduced reliance on mobility aids, increased happiness, and the formation of support networks.

Further research and exploration of the potential benefits of oxygen therapy for fibromyalgia are warranted.

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