A novel treatment for inflammation and oxidative stress exists yet is largely unknown in the western world. Molecular hydrogen is H2 or two hydrogens combined by a covalent bond into one stable molecule that easily crosses the blood brain barrier. Over 500 research studies showing therapeutic potential in over 170 human and animal disease models have been conducted including research showing a high safety profile. It is not often in health care do we find something that is safe, easy to use, and efficacious at the same time.
- Describe the basic chemistry of molecular hydrogen and how it works in oxidation-reduction reactions.
- Discuss the multiple functions of molecular hydrogen including anti-oxidant for hydroxyl radical, Nrf2 activator, anti-inflammatory compound through cell signaling and improving mitochondrial ATP function.
- Review clinical research including neurodegenerative diseases, traumatic brain injuries, sports injuries, metabolic disease and chronic kidney disease.
- Discuss how and when to use molecular hydrogen clinically
Length: 36 minutes
Presenter: Dr. Debby Hamilton
Terms: This course is subject to future edits and alterations
CPE Points: P