Researchers and providers in Europe have been developing and refining cryotherapy for many years.
We recommend no more than 2 times a day and only if you are in heavy training. A consistent regiment of two or three times a week for most people is adequate.
No, you do not. This is an absolutely dry process and does not make your skin wet.
Immediate cold impact of the cryo treatment will raise the internal body temperature for a short
period of time (30-40 seconds). This rise will have a positive effect on chills and may help to fight the cold.
Yes you will. The door is never locked and you can step out at any moment. Also, the inside of the cabin is adjusted to your height, your head and neck will be above the cabin at all times.
No comparison. It is not possible to achieve the same temperatures and effect with an ice bath. An ice bath is generally an excruciating 12-15 minutes or longer wet process, where, cryotherapy is only 2 1/2-3 minutes dry session.
This process only involves hyper cooled air flowing over the skin's surface. So the process never freezes any skin tissue or organs. You will only have a feeling of being cold. During your treatment, endorphin's (your body's natural feel good hormones) are released. The effects from each treatment last for approximately 6-8 hours after.
The air we breath everyday is made up of 16% Oxygen, 1% Hydrogen, 78% Nitrogen and 5% of other components. The client in the chamber does not breath in gasiform air or nitrogen gas. The client is elevated above the chamber from the chin up and breathing clean oxygen. This is ensured by proper ventilation and verified by an oxygen sensor at all times.