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Benefits of Cryotherapy

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    Anti-Inflamatory

    Chronic, rampant inflammation throughout the body is aging us and is the precursor to a myriad of diseases, which include heart disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, arthritis and diabetes, to name a few.

    With Whole Body Cryotherapy, the flame through the entire body is reduced and in some instances, put out. With Local Cryotherapy, any individual area in the body can be immediately treated and the anti-inflammatory benefits can be both seen and felt immediately.

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    Weight Loss

    Successful, permanent weight loss only occurs with an increase in metabolism. In the Whole Body Cryochamber, the outer layer of skin’s temperature is reduced to between 41°F and 50°F. Your body responds by a boost in your metabolism and literally “burns” up calories by speeding up to literally “warm you up.”

    Repeated exposure with our Whole Body Cryotherapy results in an elevated metabolism 24/7. Translation, you are burning MORE calories each and every day.

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    Muscle and Joint Repair

    Whole Body Cryotherapy reduces inflammation, promotes rapid healing and minimizes pain. You may add a second procedure with Local Cryotherapy to provide more direct cool to the very specific area which accelerates healing to get you back to full mobility as soon as possible.

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    Fighting Depression

    There have been numerous studies that show just 2-3 minutes of Whole Body Cryotherapy is beneficial to those who suffer from depression, anxiety or both.

    The reason for this response is attributed to hormonal benefits that occur as a result of the Whole Body Cryotherapy treatments.