What is Whole Body Cryotherapy?
Whole Body Cryotherapy is the use of extremely cold temperatures that triggers the body’s natural healing process. This was originally developed in Japan in the 1970’s to treat inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis.
There are a wide range of benefits from better sleep, faster recovery to sore muscles, improved skin and many more. These results are very quick and long lasting. Many people have experienced chronic issues resolved with regular use.
Health and Wellness
Do you work long hours? Are you stressed? Is everyday life taking a toll on you? Whole body cryotherapy can help you improve your mood and help relieve fatigue. Whole Body Cryotherapy can boost your energy level as well. Cryotherapy improves circulation and helps get fresh oxygen and
nutrients moving to the muscle tissue and brain. After a session you will feel the rush of endorphin’s that your body produces. Endorphin’s have been shown to to increase energy levels and keep you feeling good for up to 6-8 hours after your session.
Whole body cryotherapy has become an effective therapy treatment with many benefits. This is a holistic and non-invasive approach to a speedy recovery. Studies suggest that Whole body cryotherapy can help alleviate the systems associated with chronic pain, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, auto immune disorders, osteoporosis, psoriasis and many more.
Athletes put their bodies through extreme measures and they have known for centuries that cold therapy treatments like Ice baths have been beneficial in speeding up recovery times. But if you’re an athlete and you’ve ever been subjected to an Ice Bath, then you know just how painful they can be.
With cryotherapy, there is no ice and there is no water. In fact, our system is completely dry. The chill doesn’t penetrate beneath the top layer of skin like an Ice Bath does. It doesn’t “freeze” your muscle tissue and joints like an Ice Bath does.
Whole Body Cryotherapy in the United States was built primarily on professional athlete’s endorsement of the process. Professional athletes were the core for Whole Body Cryotherapy beginning with the Dallas Mavericks in 2011, the same year they won the NBA championship.