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What To Expect After Cryotherapy

Why Cryotherapy?

Unless you were like the 1.5 million Americans who experienced a session or more of Cryotherapy in 2019, you may be curious to know what to expect after Cryotherapy. After all, there are Cryotherapy spas popping up everywhere these days, and it seems to be the latest trend. Not only this, but multiple celebrities have come out in favor of Cryotherapy, voicing their support and endorsement of these treatments. While there is still some controversy surrounding the subject as to whether Cryotherapy sessions have any actual medical value, anyone who bothers to do the research will find there is plenty of it in support of these so-called "theories". In fact, there is literally a plethora of legitimate studies that have been done just in the past decade, which have led to results that suggest support for the seemingly infinite benefits to individuals with multiple medical ailments. It's no wonder why so many people have decided to try it for themselves, and have been finding it works for them. Some of the Hollywood star supporters are names like Will Smith, Daniel Craig, Jennifer Aniston, Alicia Keys and Demi Moore. The most popular form of Cryotherapy treatment is WBC, or "whole body Cryotherapy", which is where you step into a chamber with only your head exposed. The rest of you is being half-frozen inside the chamber, where it's cooled with liquid nitrogen typically to -200° F to -300° F, for 2-3 minutes at a time. It is safe and effective in reducing pain and inflammation, as well as having positive effects on many different medical and other conditions from migraines to anti-aging benefits.

How Will I Feel?

If you have been curious about Cryotherapy and are considering trying it, keep in mind that these treatments are most effective when you get consistent sessions over a period of time. Most regular users go 2 to 3 times a week for 6 months or more, then maintain it by going once a month, but this is entirely subjective. Generally speaking, after 10 or so treatments the effects should last around 2 months, but there is no specific timetable since everyone is different. At this point, you may be wondering what to expect after Cryotherapy. The positive effects and benefits are gradual, so don't expect huge changes right away. However, Cryotherapy treatments result in the body producing endorphins, which gives us an invigorating and motivating sense of natural energy. This will last approximately 6-8 hours after your Cryotherapy session. You will have less pain and more mobility, and you'll also be burning 500 to 800 calories per session. You may notice a slight increase in your metabolism. Many people report feelings of a euphoric nature, lasting several hours after each session. It boosts the immune system and has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. Adrenaline is also produced by the freezing cold air, contributing to the feeling of powerful energy. Your immune system gets a boost and you should generally feel healthy and motivated. Some people feel mentally sharper, as well. Although results vary among individuals greatly, these are some of the most common effects you may experience after Cryotherapy.

What Medical Conditions Does It Benefit?

The answer to this is multifarious, but we will go over some of the most common conditions that can benefit from Cryotherapy. Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) helps those suffering with arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, giving them positive results of reduced pain and inflammation and more mobility. Those who suffer with migraines often see positive results due to the cooling of the blood through intracranial vessels and numbing effects. It can have a positive impact on those with anxiety or depression issues, giving them a calming sense of comfort and overall well-being that improves mental health. Fibromyalgia sufferers have reported significant improvements in pain and nerve irritation, and even long-term relief through WBC treatments. Psoriasis, acne and atopic dermatitis are just 3 of the skin disorders that can be helped by localized Cryotherapy treatments, with complexions even reported appearing more youthful and healthy than before. Spas such as NuWave Cryotherapy Skin and Light Spa offer a unique specialty called "Cryo-Facials", offering a safe and effective way to treat skin disorders on the facial area, as well as for anti-aging effects and an overall healthier, more youthful complexion. They also offer localized Cryotherapy for ailments such as sciatica and other pinched nerves and muscle injuries, as well. There are countless medical maladies Cryotherapy seems to improve, and has many positive effects for its users.

Other Cryotherapy Treatments And Information

NuWave offers all types of Cryotherapy treatments, including WBC (whole body Cryotherapy) that entails entering a full-body chamber with only your head exposed for 2 to 4 minutes at a time. Then there's Cryo T-Shock treatments, which are similar to Coolsculpting but better, plus Isolated Cryotherapy and Light Therapy. These all can work together for faster results from deep tissue and surface repair. Some of the other things these treatments can help with are sports injuries for athletes of all levels, improving agility and reducing healing time as well as pain and inflammation. In fact, better workouts and faster healing time from sports-related injuries has been reported repeatedly by athletes. Cryotherapy is also used for weight loss and non-surgical body sculpting to reduce cellulite and aid in burning calories. It is even used to stimulate hair growth for some individuals. One of the most popular reasons so many celebrities and middle-aged people are using it today is due to its anti-aging benefits. In particular, NuWave Cryotherapy Skin and Light Spa's Cryo-Facials target some of these issues in a much better, safer way by using an electric method of cryogenically cooling the air used on the face, as opposed to Nitrogen, which can result in tissue damage. Their WBC chambers are also specifically designed to exclude the sensitive face and head area, so you don't have to worry about bringing headgear to your sessions and can have better peace of mind. If you're curious about what to expect after Cryotherapy, individual results vary so come try a session, and see what this revolutionary treatment can do for you.

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