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Cryotherapy is the use of cold temperatures to foster the body’s natural healing process. Exposure to cold helps promote regular functions of the body like circulation and endorphin release that help protect the body from the cold. These functions then promote improved healing and wellness throughout your system, improving your mood, boosting your metabolism, and leading to better overall well-being.
Cryotherapy doesn’t hurt, although the exposure to the cold is often a strange sensation during your first cryotherapy session.
No. Nitrogen is a key component of the air we breathe and is a non-toxic gas. Being surrounded by nitrogen or having liquid nitrogen touch your skin during a nitrogen treatment is not harmful.
A brief exposure to extreme cold causes a fight or flight response that triggers natural healing reactions within your body such as anti-inflammatory responses, endorphin release, elevated metabolic rate, increased biochemical activity and boosted immune function. These reactions translate into less pain, better function and an improvement in overall health.