How does Whole Body Cryotherapy work?
When we subject our bodies to ice cold temperatures, our bodies go into a fight-or-flight response that is meant to keep us from freezing. As the cryosauna exposes the skin to extremely and excessively cold temperatures, our bodies go into emergency survival mode and the blood rushes to our most vital organs to protect them for as long as possible. At this stage our organs are enriched with oxygen and nutrients as our body works in super-survival mode. As soon as we step out into the warm air, the oxygenated blood rushes back out, flooding the peripheral tissues and flushing out toxins. In some cases, this process can achieve the following results:
- Reduce Inflammation
- Reduce Stress and Anxiety
- Improve Circulation
- Quicker Surgical Recovery Time
- Improve Sleep
- Boost Immune System
- Relieves Chronic Pain
How This Helps The Body, Skin And Muscles
Stimulates collagen production similar to laser treatments, improving skin tone and promotes cellulite reduction. The constriction of blood vessels followed by the post-cryosauna flushing also flushes out toxins and helps with conditions like psoriasis and rosacea. The procedure also boosts endorphins and increases metabolism, pushing the body to burn calories in the few hours after the procedure (and more over time with regular sessions). The anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect also helps with joint disorders and muscle soreness. Overall, immunity is boosted. This treatment is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease – always consult your doctor for your medical needs.