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Infrared Saunas: 15 Infrared Sauna Health Benefits

Ah, there’s nothing quite like a good sweat session in a sauna. Tension fades. Muscles melt. Nerves unwind. Mentally and physically, you finish a sauna session feeling relaxed, revived and ready for whatever the day may bring. But have you ever done an infrared sauna session? Infrared saunas are a whole other level beyond a […]
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What is Whole Body Cryotherapy?

Submerge your body in temperatures reaching up to –250°F … Really?! YES! BENEFITS Whole-body cryotherapy is exactly that – your entire body is submerged in sub-zero temperatures that stimulate skin sensors, activating a deep central nervous system (CNS) response. The term “cryotherapy” comes from the Greek cryo (κρύο) meaning cold, and therapy (θεραπεία) meaning cure. […]
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Letting Yourself Be Cold in Nature Strengthens Your Immunity

It was brought to my attention by the President of Cold Play Cryo that we as humans live life comfortably. And by comfortably, I mean when we are cold we put on a coat, and when we are hot, we have the luxury of high-tech t-shirts that allow us to sweat as we work out. […]
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Cryotherapy: Get an Epic Night of Sleep

Whole body cryotherapy can improve our circadian rhythm which is also known as our sleep/wake cycle. Sleeping in a cold room enhances the quality of sleep and so does being in colder temperatures. Exposure to cold produces happy hormones called endorphins and norepinephrine, a hormone primarily involved in the sleep-wake cycle. Endorphins Endorphins are chemicals that […]
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Five Benefits Of Cryotherapy That Can Change Your Life

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Whole Body Cryotherapy is the exposure of the entire body to extreme cold (-110 to -175 degrees Celsius), lowering your skin surface temperature to approximately 32 degrees F in 30 seconds. This temperature remains constant throughout the entire session which lasts up to 180 seconds. Skin receptors sense the cold and send signals to the […]