From injury recovery and reduced inflammation to boost in athletic performance, cryotherapy has a multitude of benefits. In this blog we are going to look at how full-body cryotherapy can help to support the brain and in many cases, to help it heal.
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Athletes often experience post-workout pain or delayed onset muscle soreness. And while soreness is a good kind of pain, it’s not always fun to deal with. Find out how cryotherapy can help athletes recover faster and increase their performance.
How Does Cryo Help with Aging? Have you ever applied ice cubes or cold cucumbers to your face for that refreshing and soothing effect during a hot summer day? Well cryotherapy uses the same approach but on a bigger scale.
Imagine getting all the positive effects of 4,5 cups of coffee without the shakes and headaches of caffeine overdone. Think impossible? Cryotherapy makes it a reality!
If you’re someone engaged in competitive athletics, you’ll likely already know that the small details can often end up having a significant effect on your performance and overall health. Learn how cryotherapy can help reduce downtime and increase athletic performance.
We have thousands of muscles in our bodies and every one of us has at one point in our lives, strained a muscle or two. In this guide you’ll find how to minimize the risk of injuring these muscles and learn what to do in case you strain them.
Exposing the body to extreme cold temperatures shocks the body into accelerated recovery mode. How does cryotherapy work exactly? You walk into a cryosauna for three minutes, allowing your body to under-go extreme stress on a cellular level, releasing all sorts of endorphins, hormones, decreasing inflammation, flushing out toxins, regulating your mood, metabolism, sleep, and so much more.