Full Body Dry Air Cryotherapy

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What are the benefits of whole body cryotherapy?

It can benefit a wide range of medical conditions including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, muscle and ligament strains, back and neck pain, and there are even reports it can help with depression and anxiety and skin complaints including psoriasis and eczema. The treatment is increasingly used by elite athletes around the world. The Welsh Rugby Team use WBC at the Olympic training facility in Poland as a key part of their pre-season training. Most recently, their incredible levels of fitness and subsequent performance at the Rugby World Cup, was attributed to the intensive use of WBC.

 

SUPERCHARGE YOUR BRAIN

Exposure to extreme cold induces the primal ‘flight or fight’ response, kick-starting a cocktail of hormones being pumped around the body

Adrenaline Boost

Meanwhile, adrenaline provides clarity, focus and determination, as well as enhancing the body’s natural energy levels. Prepare for an extreme boost like no other.

 

Increased Circulation

The heart pumps harder, the circulation flows faster, and an oxygen rush fills every sinew in our bodies; like an early morning run in the crisp Alpine air, the body is revived and the mind is alive; breathing back life.

Users leave with rosy radiance, much like a post-gym glow, feeling happier and ready for anything.

Calorie Debt

As the body gets cooler, it uses more energy to keep itself warm; this increases the base metabolic rate and helps to burn calories faster.

Burn Up To 800 Calories

Users leave with rosy radiance, much like a post-gym glow, feeling happier and ready for anything.

RELIEF FOR JOINTS & MUSCLES

Recover Faster

Elite athletes and conditioning coaches have exploited the use of extreme cold for years for its reparative properties; muscles repair faster for swifter recovery times and the body can be pushed further.

Pain Management

Anti-inflammatory responses help to alleviate swelling directly, helping pain management.

Whole body cryotherapy

Our system is full body dry air cryotherapy. It is very important to understand the dry air cryotherapy comparing to other type of cryotherapy devices. We do not use any gas or nitrogen or any other dangerous substances. We only use our normal air cooled down to _80. The whole body including your head, face will be in the cryo chamber. Comparison studies shoved that dry air full body cryotherapy much more effective than partial body cryotherapy and nitrogen cryotherapy.

 

What is whole body cryotherapy?

Whole body cryotherapy is the stimulating use of extremely low temperatures below – 80 degrees C. The pod works by cooling the entire skin surface of the body in order to develop defensive reflexes and reactions such as stimulation of blood circulation, the immune system and the central nervous system.

 

What happens during a treatment session?

The patient enters the pod in a bathing suit/shorts and t-shirt and is supplied with socks, gloves, mouth and ear protection. During the treatment the skin temperature never drops lower than 5 degrees c, however the core temperature remains unchanged. The treatment triggers the release of endorphins and therefore induces natural pain relief in the body. The immediate effect of skin cooling and pain relief lasts for a few minutes; however the release of endorphins can reduce pain and inflammation in patients for weeks, allowing for more frequent and effective treatment.

 

Cryotherapy and cancer

Cryotherapy can be used to treat and help prevent various types of cancer. It uses extreme cold to kill the cancer cells, and it works locally to target the cancer rather than involving the whole body. It’s an effective cancer treatment although more research is needed into whether it’s as effective as other treatments at preventing recurrences1.

To treat skin cancer using cryotherapy, a doctor sprays or swabs liquid nitrogen onto the cancerous area. Liquid nitrogen is very, very cold and it freezes the area, killing the cancer cells. The skin forms a scab and then the scab falls off along with the dead cancer cells1.

Cryotherapy is also used to treat abnormal or pre-cancerous cells on the cervix. A doctor or specialist nurse uses an instrument called a cryo probe inside the vagina, to cover the abnormal area with liquid nitrogen. This freezes and destroys the cells. A cryo probe can also be used to treat cancers inside the body, by inserting it inside or next to the tumour.

 

Cryotherapy for skin conditions

Cryotherapy can be used to treat localised skin conditions such as warts and verrucas. A doctor will usually recommend this if over-the-counter treatments containing salicylic acid have failed. Cryotherapy for skin conditions involves freezing the affected area with liquid nitrogen. A scab forms over the treated area, which later falls off along with the dead cells.

It can take a few sessions to work completely. After treatment, most people find that the skin looks completely normal with no sign of were the lesion used to be. However, in some cases cryotherapy can leave a white mark or scar which can be permanent.