When he started HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy), “Everything changed,” according to U.S. Army Veteran, Chris Daniels. During a two-year tour in Iraq, he survived three roadside bomb explosions, and a wounded leg. When he returned home in 2005, his troubles started immediately. Nightmares haunted his sleep. He’d be lucky if he even got four hours of sleep, at best. Daniels was eventually diagnosed with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), which research has shown can follow even a mild traumatic brain injury (concussion). Psychotherapy at the VA hospital did not help the sleepless nights. Then, this past June, Daniels was introduced to HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) and everything changed; his nightmares ended halfway through the therapy. He now gets eight hours of uninterrupted sleep during the week and sometimes even 10 on weekends. Daniels had been ready to give up. HBOT changed all of that.