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What is cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is, in other words, treatment with cold.

Cold activates the body’s immune system, speeds up beneficial and restorative processes in cells, and counteracts stress and overload.

Stimulation of tissues and activation of the lymphatic system helps to accelerate the healing of injuries or diseases, lose weight, increase vital tonus, well-being and fitness to work.

Who does cryotherapy help?

Extreme cold stimulates cell metabolism, promotes blood circulation and has an anti-inflammatory effect. This makes the therapy especially effective for those with bone or muscle pain or inflammatory diseases of the joints.

The method is also suitable for people who are looking for relief from skin problems, age-related ailments, or are eager to improve their general well-being and alertness.

In sports medicine, cryotherapy is used primarily as a fast and effective method to improve performance and muscle recovery.

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Effects of cryotherapy

  • strengthens and restores immunity
  • improves metabolism
  • helps to reduce cellulite
  • accelerates the renewal of body cells in a natural way
  • relieves pain
  • reduces swelling
  • fights inflammation
  • strengthens the cardiovascular system
  • helps to achieve hormonal balance
  • releases endorphins — the happiness hormones

What does modern cold treatment look like?

Liquid nitrogen has been used in medicine since the 1940s, but only recently has the method become available to many people.

Whole-body cryotherapy involves exposure to inert nitrogen gas, or dry air cooled to extremely low temperatures.

The procedure does not take long and the results can be seen and felt immediately after the session.

From cold wraps to modern cryotherapy

We know about traditional methods, like cold bath, winter swimming, cold wraps and ice compresses. They have been used for millennia.

Apparently you too have used the simplest methods of therapy. In case of injury, the ice bag taken from the freezer relieves the pain and helps to reduce the swelling.

Whole-body cryotherapy was developed in Japan in 1980 to treat rheumatoid arthritis. 

The method has rapidly gained popularity, become more convenient and efficient thanks to technology, and spread around the world.

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What happens to the body during therapy?

Whole-body cryotherapy involves exposing the whole body to subzero temperatures. In the case of local cryotherapy, the procedure is targeted at affected or problem areas of the body.

During the procedure, there is a slowdown in metabolism and blood circulation, narrowing of the blood vessels and an increase in blood viscosity.

Within 1-2 hours after the procedure, the blood vessels dilate and blood flow improves.

Due to biochemical processes, the body consumes a lot of energy.

Therefore, the method is also effective in the treatment of obesity and cellulite.

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