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Cryotherapy Effects

Effects of cryotherapy prove beneficial for health and well-being.

cryotherapy effectsCryoAction are a leading cryotherapy clinic offering professional whole body cryotherapy treatments, in-clinic and via rental cryotherapy chambers, for maximum convenience at sporting events. Cryotherapy is the latest in modern medical treatments, offering help for a variety of complaints from rheumatoid arthritis to sleep disorders.

What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy was first developed by Japanese medical researchers, catching on in Europe in the eighties. Lately, it has drawn a lot of attention in the field of modern medicine, offering a beneficial, non-invasive alternative to surgery and related treatments. It’s no wonder that it’s become the go-to treatment for celebrities and professional athletes alike. Cryotherapy converts include big names like Jamie Vardy, Cristiano Ronaldo, Daniel Craig and Jennifer Aniston.

Cryotherapy has also found its way into elite beauty salons and health spas, assisting with a number of skin complaints, along with boosting collagen and antioxidant synthesis. Dieticians have also begun to recommend its calorie-burning properties.

The treatment, sometimes known as local cold therapy, comprises of up to three minutes of exposure to freezing temperatures. Depending on your treatment needs, either the injured area or the whole body is exposed to temperatures of as low as -135 °C. This is done in temperature-controlled cryotherapy chambers using cold, dry air.

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The benefits

Cryotherapy effects include improved sleep and mood, a considerable energy boost, pain relief, improved brain power and swift recovery from sports injuries.

You will benefit from:

  • Reduced inflammation and anti-inflammatory protection
  • Increased immunity and enhanced hormonal profile
  • Reductions of Creatine Kinase (CK) and Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH)
  • A faster cell and muscle regeneration process
  • Reduced repetitive stress and muscle cell damage

Our treatments help with post-injury recovery, injury prevention and ongoing problems.

If you have any questions about our treatments, the effects of cryotherapy, and whether they are suitable to your needs, don’t hesitate to contact us, to arrange for a consultation today. Call +44 (0)800 014 8058 or email info@cryoaction.com and we will be right back in touch.