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Dr. Yamauchi used this to treat patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis for pain and inflammation that is associated with the disease.
Since then, the Europeans have researched and studied the benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy for several decades. They have seen benefits with surgical recovery, chronic physical conditions, increasing athletic performance and decreasing muscle recovery time, weight loss, improving skin tone and texture, treating Anxiety and Depression, as well as Psoriasis and Fibromyalgia.
Whole Body Cryotherapy is based on the general premise that the human body is typically the best mechanism for diagnosing it own disorders. Therefore, the main goal of Whole Body Cryotherapy is to stimulate the body to regain its own natural ability to recover from its own disorders by reactivating self-regulating abilities which the body uses to start the rehabilitation process.
The Cryosauna experience involves standing in an open top cabin where Nitrogen mist gently surrounds the body to bring your skin temperature to at or near 32 F for 2-3 minutes. At this temperature, receptors in the skin send signals to the brain which then constricts vessels and capillaries in the skin causing toxins to be released a carried away by the blood. The brain then releases oxygen, endorphins, and beneficial biochemicals into the blood. This hyper-rejuvenated blood is then sent back through the entire body once you step out of the Cyrosauna.
The longer you wait, the further you’re getting from your health, beauty, and fitness goals. Those calories aren't burning themselves. One Whole Body Croyotherapy session burns 500 - 800 calories. Make the commitment today to be healthy with SubZero Cyrotherapy. Contact us now to set up an appointment.
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