During a Whole Body Cryotherapy session, the temperature inside the cryosauna reaches Antarctic levels as low as -220 F. While your body is being exposed to this extreme cold for 2 to 3 minutes, your surface temperature is dropping, and your blood is rushing to your heart and other vital organs to keep your core temperature up.
As you exit the cryosauna after your session, your body begins to get over “fight or flight” mode. The blood that is flowing back to your skin and muscles is now enriched with oxygen, nutrients, and enzymes thanks to your body’s natural filtration system and the shock of Whole Body Cryotherapy.
Over the next 48 hours, your recently enriched blood lingers in your system benefiting you and improving your overall health.
Whole Body Cryotherapy isn’t just for elite athletes. However, it does provide relief for those with active lifestyles.
People with conditions such as fibromyalgia, arthritis, psoriasis, depression, anxiety, or inflammation may benefit from Whole Body Cryotherapy.
Ice simply penetrates the skin, cooling the tissues and muscles and causing blood vessels to constrict. It can often be uncomfortable, and prolonged use can actually freeze and damage the muscle. The cold sensation of cryotherapy does not penetrate the skin, but the body still responds as if it is freezing, and immediately activates a recovery response.
Accelerates Healing Process
Reduces Pain & Inflammation
Speeds Muscle Recovery
Increases Metabolic Rate
Alleviates Stress & Depression
Improves Skin Conditions
Boosts Immune System