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Health and Cryotherapy

Whole body cryotherapy is a versatile treatment that can offer a range of benefits to help the body to repair itself, alleviate symptoms and help promote positive wellbeing. 

CryoAction’s whole body cryotherapy helps take the traditional use of cold to the next level. Over recent times extreme cold treatment has been adopted more and more within the health industry as an alternative treatment method, with studies showing positive results for conditions such as fibromyalgia.  Below, are just some of the health benefits that can be realised through accessing a cryotherapy chamber:

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Key Benefits

Cryotherapy for injury and inflammation

Pain Relief

Cryotherapy delivers much-needed pain relief to patients by decreasing inflammation, improving antioxidants and increasing beta-endorphins. The cold is a natural pain suppressant and many patients have taken part in published studies that high light the use of a series of cryotherapy treatments in a chamber has a positive and significant impact on the reduction of the sensation of pain with an additional benefit in increased function and range of movement in areas that had previously been painful.

Cryotherapy for sleep

Sleep Disorders

The detrimental effects of too little or a broken night’s sleep are well known. Longer-term, lack of sleep can have a negative impact on health and wellbeing. A series of cryotherapy treatments can help to regulate the sleep cycle and encourage both a longer sleep period and a better quality of sleep. This can help in so many ways such as energy levels, mood, focus, anxiety, depression and resistance to illness and disease.

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease and is characterised by the degeneration of the nerves and the neural network. The disease is induced by oxidative stress. Studies have identified the use of cryotherapy reduces oxidative stress with another highlighting an improvement in functional status and fatigue levels, after a series of treatments in a cryotherapy chamber.

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Energy Levels

Studies in cryotherapy have highlighted that repeated sessions of cryotherapy have the potential to lead to a substantial increase in the anaerobic capacity of recipients.

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Chronic Illness

For suffers of chronic diseases such as arthritis, rheumatism and fibromyalgia, living in constant pain is sadly a reality. Studies have shown that the long term application of cryotherapy has a very positive effect. The release of the anti-inflammatory norepinephrine leads to a reduction in short term pain, helping suffers to receive physical therapy that otherwise would be impossible or difficult to bear.

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Immune System

The ability to fight illness and disease can be seriously impaired with an immune system that is not fully functional. Studies have highlighted that cryotherapy has a positive impact on the immune system, increasing the white blood cell count, particularly notable is the protein Interleukin-6, which has both pro and anti-inflammatory effects.


Skin Diseases

People suffering from skin diseases such as eczema and psoriasis have found that the cryotherapy treatment has a good effect. As a skin level application, studies found that a programme of cryotherapy treatments led to reduced dermatitis and water loss from the skin.

Anxiety & Depression

Anxiety & Depression

Cryotherapy has long been used in many countries to treat anxiety and depression. The flood of endorphins and the long-standing state of relaxation, resulting from a cryotherapy treatment has many positive benefits for sufferers. A scientific study found that that one-third of participants reported reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression by as much as 50 per cent after undergoing cryotherapy.

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