What is Whole Body Cryotherapy?
The human body has remarkable innate rejuvenating abilities that help it to recover from major health issues on its own. Many recent medical approaches use this principle to greater effect. Cryotherapy, often referred to as Cryo, is one such practice that attempts to facilitate the process of curing a patient. There are several practitioners of Cryo and patients who will vouch for the effectiveness of this form of curing a human body from an ailment.
The medical profession is always on the lookout of newer forms of treating a patient. Mostly, these prac- tices are centred on the use of the human body’s powerful immune system. The sole concentration is to activate this mechanism to a higher level with the aid of an external force, without the use of medication.
In essence, Cryo involves the use of very low temperatures to cure and heal damaged tissues in the body which may be malignant as well. It is a practice that was used for centuries, but, never got the prominence it deserves.
On account of the low temperature further cell development is reduced and other related issues like inflammation and pain are diminished substantially. This is made possible by the constriction of the blood vessels that supply nutrition and oxygen to these damaged areas.
In most cases, Cryo is used to relieve painful conditions by freezing an irritated nerve that is the root cause of the pain. The damage to the nerve could have occurred for various medical reasons. It is also used to treat some cancerous tissues and other abnormal development of skin cells.
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The Benefits of Whole Body Cryotherapy
- Natural regulatory functions activated, cells regenerated
- Weight loss (500 – 800 calories/treatment)
- Overall skin improvement
- Decreased fatigue
- Increased energy
- Improved stamina
- Boost of the body’s immune response
- Reduced symptoms of stress, burn-out, insomnia and depression
- Improves skin tone and texture
- Release of endorphins or “feel good” hormones
- Aids in cellular survival and activates natural biological regeneration
- Smoothes and reduces cellulite deposits
- Boosts lymph and blood circulation
- Inhibits inflammation
- Reduces swelling
- Eases chronic pain
- Lessons post surgery and injury recovery time
- Improves skin conditions like psoriasis
- Reduces DOMS (delay onset muscle soreness)
- Speeds up regeneration and recovery
- Increases training intensity and athletic performance
Cryotherapy Kick-Starts Your Body!
The whole body Cryotherapy offers relief not just isolated zones in the body, but improves a number of other inherent conditions that may be afflicting the body and causing discomfort. These may include stress, insomnia, pain in the muscles and joints, rheumatism, improvement in circulation, metabolism, and in the process of detoxification, among several others. In some rare cases, Cryotherapy has also been used in the treatment of skin cancers.
The relief that many athletes have experienced using Cryotherapy are immense and well documented. It is no wonder that the world is taking another serious view about this ancient science.
Although the body is exposed to these very low temperatures for a brief period, but the body continues to release endorphins for much longer. This is on account of the skin temperature lowering to extreme levels.
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Dr Skinner, a life long resident of North Texas, graduated with honors from Abilene Christian University, with a bachelor’s degree in biology. He then attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas where he received his Doctor of Medicine degree. Following medical school, he completed a residency in Family Medicine from Texas Tech Health Science Center in Lubbock. Dr Skinner specializes in family medicine, advanced wound care and hyperbaric medicine, emergent and urgent care, occupational medicine, and physical medicine. His goal is to help patients live happy, healthy, and active lives at any age. Dr Skinner is married and has three boys. He enjoys spending time with his family, outdoor activities, and being involved with his local church community.
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