Hyperbaric treatments implicated in increased raised hormone levels

Date: 1/4/2002

In the latest research into hyperbaric therapy, it has been found that raised hormone levels are a direct consequence of repeated dives. The most significant effects were found to be in single females in the 25 to 35 year age range. After several dives, hormone levels were raised to levels that were possibly detrimental to others.

In one case study, a young nurse from ward 26, Christchurch Hospital, was quoted a saying ‘after several dives I find I’m going out of control, over the top, yes even positively randy’. Further research is ongoing to verify these findings.

If you wish to participate in this research please contact Marj Van Der linden, c/- The Hyperbaric Unit, Christchurch Hospital. No experience necessary.

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