Cryotherapy

Whole body cryotherapy is a non-invasive treatment that exposes the body to extremely cold temperatures to promote health and well-being.

Crytherapy Benefits

Cryotherapy may help...

Boost energy levels

Boost energy Levels

Reduce muscle and joint pain

Reduce muscle and joint pain

Improve sleep

Improve Sleep

Whole body cryotherapy involves exposing the body to extremely cold temperatures for a short period of time, typically between 2-4 minutes, in a specially designed chamber. The idea behind the therapy is that the cold exposure triggers a range of physiological responses in the body. These responses can include reduced inflammation, improved circulation, pain relief, and an increase in endorphins. Whole body cryotherapy is often used by athletes to aid in injury recovery, reduce muscle soreness, and improve performance. Some people also use it for other health benefits such as weight loss and boosting the immune system.
Whole body cryotherapy works by subjecting the body to extremely low temperatures, between -125°F and -250°F, for a brief period of time, usually about 2-4 minutes. During the session, a person will typically wear minimal clothing, such as shorts and a tank top, and protective gear such as gloves, ear protection, a mask, as well as socks and shoes. The extreme cold causes the blood vessels in the skin to constrict, directing blood flow to the internal organs. Once the body is removed from the cold chamber, the blood vessels dilate, providing a rush of oxygen-rich blood to the areas that were previously restricted. This increased blood flow can help to promote healing, reduce muscle soreness, and improve athletic performance.
  • WHAT IS CRYOTHERAPY
  • How it Works
Whole body cryotherapy involves exposing the body to extremely cold temperatures for a short period of time, typically between 2-4 minutes, in a specially designed chamber. The idea behind the therapy is that the cold exposure triggers a range of physiological responses in the body. These responses can include reduced inflammation, improved circulation, pain relief, and an increase in endorphins. Whole body cryotherapy is often used by athletes to aid in injury recovery, reduce muscle soreness, and improve performance. Some people also use it for other health benefits such as weight loss and boosting the immune system.
Whole body cryotherapy works by subjecting the body to extremely low temperatures, between -125°F and -250°F, for a brief period of time, usually about 2-4 minutes. During the session, a person will typically wear minimal clothing, such as shorts and a tank top, and protective gear such as gloves, ear protection, a mask, as well as socks and shoes. The extreme cold causes the blood vessels in the skin to constrict, directing blood flow to the internal organs. Once the body is removed from the cold chamber, the blood vessels dilate, providing a rush of oxygen-rich blood to the areas that were previously restricted. This increased blood flow can help to promote healing, reduce muscle soreness, and improve athletic performance.