What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is a fast and healthy process that accelerates the body’s natural recovery while improving the overall well-being. Cryotherapy is a completely dry, non-invasive, hyper-cooling process that lowers a person’s skin temperature to 1oC ~ 12oC during a session of up to 180 seconds. While inside the cryosauna, the body is enveloped by a mixture of nitrogen vapors and air pulsating at a temperature of -150oC ~ -180oC.

  • Increase Energy and Peak Athletic Performance

  • Increases Collagen & Antioxidant Synthesis

  • Improves Muscle Strength and Joint Function

  • Decreases Injury Recovery Time

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Step 1: Client enters the cryosauna

After entering the cryosauna, a cold breeze of nitrogen and air mixture activates thermo-receptors in the skin. These start to send electrical impulses to the brain. The CNS identifies a state of threat. This activates a complex adaptive reaction focused on defending the body to survive in an extremely cold environment.

Step 2: Vasoconstriction

The central nervous system sends signals to the muscles and vascular system, invoking contraction of muscles and narrowing of the blood vessels. This accelerated the flow of blood, nutrition and other resources from peripheral body parts to the body core.

Step 3: Detoxification and blood
enrichment

In order to swiftly supply enough nutrition substances to core organs, body starts hyper production to enrich blood with erythrocytes, oxygen, collagen and other essential substances. Metabolites and toxins are quickly degraded and eliminated.

Step 4: Vasodilatation

After leaving the cryosauna, thermoreceptors recognize the return to normal environment, which triggers vasodilatation and the return of enriched blood to peripheral body parts. Nutritional substances transferred by blood are absorbed by peripheral systems- muscles, tissues, joints and skin.

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Athletes and individuals of varying disciplines have enjoyed the benefits of Cryotherapy for ages. Experience it for yourself today.

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