What is Cryotherapy?
Cryotherapy, which literally means “cold therapy,” is a technique where the body is exposed to extremely cold temperatures for several minutes. Your body is exposed to temperatures ranging from -85°C to -180°C, with the most effective temperatures being around -110°C to -130°C.
The treatment takes as little as 2 to 3 minutes, yet the effect on the body is most spectacular. Extreme cold therapy provides a stimulus that activates physiological processes in your entire body.
When you step into the cryo chamber, the temperatures drop to as low as -180°C, either using liquid nitrogen or electricity. The effect has some similarity to using ice baths, however the way the body reacts is different.
It’s effectively like a system reboot of your body, as the body scans itself for underperforming bodily functions and repairs itself rapidly.
How Will You Benefit from Cryotherapy?
Advocates for cryotherapy cite a variety of health benefits. Cryotherapy is excellent as a supporting therapy for improving chronic pain, inflammation, wellbeing, depression, sleep, sports injuries, and sports recovery.
Also, the cryotherapy treatment after an operation is quite common as it accelerates the healing process and improves any pain, without high levels of medication and the accompanying side effects!
Professional athletes recover faster and perform at higher levels when cryotherapy is applied.
It’s great for looking amazing as it improves the skins tone, skin’s texture and tightens the skin. For the body, extremely low temperatures can help you lose weight while simultaneously good for reducing cellulite.
It is also excellent for helping those with depression and mood disorders.
Whole-body cryotherapy WBC has been found to have a beneficial impact on pain relief and muscular recovery, with outcomes that are comparable to those of cold-water immersion or localized ice pack application.
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