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trying to get feedback on this therapy as a way to boost microcirculation….
For further discussion and resources about transdermal CO2 therapy, please refer to this discussion on Connect:
– Has anyone tried microcirulation therapy for wound healing? http://mayocl.in/2leBR7E
Any feedback on the relationship between transdermal CO2 therapy and increased blood flow?
I moved your message to this existing discussion in the Healthy Living group to bring others into the conversation, who may have some insight regarding your questions.
I’m tagging @johnbishop @janetdh @evahlinear @brookssh, as they may be able to provide more information about transdermal CO2.
I’d also encourage you to view these journal articles, citing studies about certain medical conditions that have responded well to this form of therapy:
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Hello @growyourflow, I don’t have any knowledge or experience with transdermal CO2 therapy other than reading some of the material on the links in Kanaaz’s response to your post. One of the things I like to do when I’m looking for information and I’m trying to get some hopefully credible and recent articles is to use Google Scholar search (https://scholar.google.com/) and then type in my search phrase. When the results show up, I think click the 2017 filter on the left side of the results page to list the most recent information. Here is the Google Scholar search results for 2017 in the link below:
There are about 780 links for 2017 so it seems like a lot of people are working in the area of transdermal CO2 therapy.
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