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Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Ireland? Live5DHealth brings state-of-the-art Oxygen Chambers to Boyle, County Roscommon, to help everyone in the surrounding area benefit from the incredible healing power of oxygen-under pressure. (HBOT).

We also offer a wide range of complementary services such as Red Light Therapy, Browns Gas Therapy, Quantum Healing, UV Light Therapy, and a wide range of unique and powerful supplements and devices to accelerate your healing, recovery, performance and wellness.

We are all about helping YOUR body heal itself faster and more effecively with the most advanced collection of equipment and knowledge in Ireland.

Benefits of HBOT

Health & Wellness

Sports Endurance


Chronic Conditions

Hyperbaric oxygen treatment has a proven track record in supporting the treatment of a wide range of conditions, from broken bones and back pain to cancer and MS. Live 5D Health offers this ground-breaking treatment from our treatment room in Boyle, County Roscommon.

Oxygen plays a key role in the repair of damaged cells, but often the flow is blocked and the healing process takes much longer.

Research shows that increased oxygen flow in the blood can result in the awakening of dormant cells in the brain and the creation of new ones.

How Much Does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Cost?

We are not a standard business, but a Private Members Association. We will ask you to join when you visit by signing a simple form (it’s currently free), then each session in our units is donation based, with a suggested donation of between €80 and €120. If you are genuinely suffering from financial hardship, you can donate whatever you can afford. We don’t want anyone to miss out on the benefits of our non-medical hyperbaric oxygen chambers or our Orynoco Quantum Healing Pods. Similar treatments in London, Galway and Dublin can cost €150+.

Research has shown that Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment can be used in the management of a variety of conditions including, but not limited to:

How does Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Work?

Oxygen is our most essential nutrient, crucial to every cell in our body. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment, or HBOT, delivers concentrated oxygen under pressure higher than that found in the atmosphere to the tissues and organs within your body. Higher oxygen concentrations will support your body’s ability to heal naturally, especially in areas that are affected by disease. This means your body is getting the extra energy it needs to repair and function optimally. The amount of medical literature showing the positive benefits associated with low pressure HBOT is continually increasing. It has recently gained popularity due to its reported anti-ageing benefits but its’ true benefits go far beyond that, including for long Covid, injuries and a range of medical conditions.

Benefits Of Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

General Health & Wellness

HBOT has been clinically shown to improve mental function, helping with depression, anxiety, stress and concentration. It can be a helpful cure for jet lag and hangovers with its restorative, relaxing and rejuvenating effect. Oxygen promotes general health and wellness, increases energy, boosts the immune system, helps with pain relief (such as swollen joints and muscle pain), stress and regulating sleep patterns.

Sport Endurance & Performance

HBOT is thought to enhance sports performance by 10% on average. Hyperbaric oxygen treatment is used by many elite athletes, sports clubs and organisations worldwide for post-training/match recovery, combating infections, injury recovery and accelerated healing. HBOT can help accelerate recovery after intense training — reducing inflammation and soreness, and promoting tissue repair and regeneration.

Anti-Ageing & Beauty

Oxygen is an effective anti-ageing treatment that can improve the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, and rejuvenate skin. HBOT encourages increased production of collagen, improves skin elasticity, eliminates toxins and can help repair damaged skin.

Acute & Chronic Conditions

Hyperbaric oxygen treatment can be effective in treating a variety of acute and chronic conditions, including Asthma, Bronchitis, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Stroke, Chronic Fatigue Broken Bones & many more. HBOT can also be used to help with wound healing — the high concentrations of oxygen help wounds heal faster, can repair some types of scars and can help with infections related to diabetes.

What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy?

Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment (HBOT) most commonly refers to the delivery of increased levels of oxygen at greater than ambient pressure for a prescribed duration of usually 60 to 90 minutes, The air we normally breathe contains 21% oxygen, 78% nitrogen, with the remaining 1% being contributed by the noble gases and carbon dioxide, HBOT is the medical use of oxygen at a level higher than atmospheric pressure. Clients benefit from an increase in oxygen in the bloodstream, the generation of new stem cells and the natural repair of damaged organs and tissues due to angiogenesis (the regrowing of capillary beds). The treatment benefits a wide range of ailments mainly because of its multi level anti-inflammatory effects and it also helps to reduce swelling and improves overall wound and injury healing. A hyperbaric chamber is needed to allow the pressure around the body to be increased. The technology is very well established, in fact all commercial aircraft are hyperbaric chambers equipped with oxygen breathing systems.

How Does Oxygen Help the Body?

Oxygen plays a key role in the healing and repairing of damaged cells in our bodies, but often the flow of oxygen is blocked, and the healing process takes much longer. All cells benefit from exposure to oxygen, for example a cut on the knee will heal more rapidly if the air is allowed on to it. New research shows that increased oxygen flow in the blood can result in the awakening of dormant cells in the brain and the creation of new ones (neurogenesis).

How is HBOT administered?

HBOT is a simple, non-invasive and painless treatment which most patients find comfortable and relaxing. You will be treated in a secure and comfortable purpose built chamber with a trained operator present to operate the barochamber. In certain circumstances the attendant will accompany clients into the chamber. There has been no recorded case of a patient suffering either a heart attack or a stroke undergoing hyperbaric oxygen treatment, and oxygen under hyperbaric conditions can be used as a treatment of both conditions. On entering the chamber clients can use a chair or, alternatively, they may sit on the floor. It is recommended that you wear comfortable clothing and leave any jewellery or watches outside. No smoking materials, matches or lighters are allowed in the chamber. The treatment session is conducted in three phases:


Once the door is closed, there will be some noise as the pressure increases. It will get warmer and you will feel fullness in your ears like when descending in an aeroplane. You will have been taught how to avoid discomfort by clearing or ‘equalising’ your ears. As soon as the chamber pressure increases, you will need to Start making your ears ‘pop’. There are several ways to do this and the chamber attendant will find the best way that suits you.


On reaching the desired pressure (usually 1.5 to 2.0 ata) the client places a mask over the head and breathes oxygen for the duration of the session. The treatment begins when the pressure reaches the prescribed level. You may then rest, sleep, read or watch television if your chamber is equipped with one. The mask can be removed occasionally, and the chamber can be decompressed at any time if necessary.


After the prescribed amount of time has elapsed the attendant will let you know when the treatment is complete and the pressure will be lowered slowly, at a rate that is comfortable. A session usually lasts just over an hour and can be repeated dally. If a patient is receiving two treatments a day the second treatment follows the first after a three to four hour break outside the chamber.



Hyperbaric oxygen treatment delivers increased levels of oxygen to damaged tissues, promoting healing, reducing inflammation, and enhancing the body’s natural repair processes.

For chronic conditions; Individuals with untreated pneumothorax (collapsed lung), certain types of ear infections, severe congestive heart failure, uncontrolled seizures, and active untreated malignancies are generally not candidates for hyperbaric oxygen therapy. Acute; general congestion from colds and flus would be contraindicated also it is not advised during pregnancy.

Yes, hyperbaric therapy has been found to be useful in various medical conditions such as decompression sickness, non-healing wounds, carbon monoxide poisoning, radiation injuries, and some infections.

The success rate of hyperbaric oxygen therapy varies depending on the specific condition being treated, but it has shown positive outcomes in many cases. Success rates can range from 70% to 90% or higher for certain conditions.

The effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy can vary depending on the individual and the condition being treated. Some patients may experience improvements after just a few sessions, while others may require several weeks of treatment to notice significant benefits.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in London can cost £150+ per session, but Live5DHealth is a Private Members Association which accepts donations per session. The suggested donation is between €80-€120, but you can pay whatever you can afford. We don’t want anyone to miss out on the benefits, but you will be required to join our Association (it’s free) to avail of this benefit.

Pros of hyperbaric chambers include improved wound healing, enhanced oxygenation, reduced inflammation, and potential benefits for various medical conditions. Cons can include the cost of treatment, potential side effects, and the need for multiple sessions.

Good candidates for hyperbaric oxygen therapy include individuals with non-healing wounds, radiation injuries, diabetic ulcers, carbon monoxide poisoning, certain infections, and other conditions where increased oxygen delivery can aid in healing.

Feeling tired after hyperbaric oxygen therapy is normal and can be attributed to increased oxygen levels, which can have a relaxing and sedative effect on the body.

Disadvantages of oxygen therapy can include the need for constant monitoring and equipment, potential fire hazards, skin irritation from oxygen masks or cannulas, and the risk of oxygen toxicity if not used properly.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can make you feel relaxed and calm due to the increased oxygen levels in your body. Some individuals may also experience a temporary sensation of pressure in the ears.

The cost of a hyperbaric chamber can vary depending on factors such as size, features, and whether it is for personal or clinical use. Prices can range from several thousand euros to over a million euros.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy should not be used in individuals with untreated pneumothorax, certain types of ear infections, severe congestive heart failure, uncontrolled seizures, or active untreated malignancies. In the short term individuals who have general congestion from colds and flus would be contraindicated also it is not advised during pregnancy.

While hyperbaric oxygen therapy has been shown to have various health benefits, there is currently no scientific evidence to suggest that it slows the aging process There is simply no data on that or clinical trials. However, having anti-aging effects is a big  benefit. More energy, less inflammation, less pain etc are all signs of youth.

Patients typically wear 100% cotton clothing in our chambers. The main thing is to wear loose fitting comfortable and breathable materials and remove all metal jewelry.

In most cases, we are happy for clients to sleep as it really kick starts healing. However in certain circumstances it can interfere with the monitoring of the patient and may increase the risk of complications but this is very rare.

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy can help address various medical conditions and issues, including non-healing wounds, diabetic ulcers, radiation injuries, decompression sickness, carbon monoxide poisoning, certain infections, compromised grafts and flaps, and some neurological conditions like stroke and traumatic brain injury.

Complications from hyperbaric oxygen therapy are rare but can include temporary myopia (nearsightedness), middle ear barotrauma (pressure-related ear injury), sinus squeeze, oxygen toxicity, lung damage (rare in therapeutic doses), fire hazards, and anxiety or claustrophobia.

Certain items and substances are not allowed in a hyperbaric chamber due to safety reasons. These include flammable materials, electronic devices, oils and petroleum-based products, makeup, perfumes, alcohol, and smoking materials. It is essential to follow the guidelines provided by our Live 5D Health facility to ensure a safe environment for the therapy.

Red Light Therapy Ireland

From June 2024, we are offering treatments in the world’s most advanced Red Light Therapy beds. Red light therapy is used for weight loss, skin health, body contouring, mood, brain health, hair regrowth, and pain management.

It works by sending frequencies into the part of your cells called mitochondria, sometimes called the “power generators” of your cells, soak it up and make more energy. This helps cells repair themselves and become healthier.

Treatments take just 12 minutes per session. Book yours now by calling 071 966 2993

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