First things first: what even is cryotherapy? At its most basic description, cryotherapy is when you expose yourself to incredibly cold temperatures (we’re talking -220 degrees Fahrenheit) for a few minutes (three was the recommended time for my session). Full Article.
I’m not usually one for predictions, but I’m making an exception when it comes to the latest health craze sweeping our country. Cryotherapy, used throughout Europe for years now to treat and prevent multiple health issues, is starting to catch on in the US. Full Article.
On May 2, Leicester City FC won the English Premier League title, completing their Cinderella story season. Full Article.
Nauru potrafia niezwykle zaskakiwac. Tych, ktorzy sledza uwaznie postepy i najnowsze doniesienia naukowcow na pewno nie zaskoczy fakt, ze coraz wieksza popularnoscia cieszy sie krioterapia, czyli leczenie zimnem (z jezyka greckiego kryos- zimny + therapeia – leczenie). Full Article.
You can tell a lot about your health by taking your body temperature. In fact, your body temperature might be one of the best metrics for assessing your metabolism (thyroid) and overall health. For optimal health, your body temperature should be around 98.6 degrees. Full article.
JAMIE VARDY, nursing a series of injuries, is having sessions in Leicester’s cryotherapy chamber which goes down to -135 degrees in a bid to equal the all-time top-flight scoring record.
Katherine Terrell describes the experience of cryotherapy as “feeling like my outer skin was turning to icicles.” She could only take 90 seconds of the subzero temperatures the first time, working her way up to a 3-minute session in the chamber. Full article.
Most runners know the routine: Log the miles, then climb into a bone-chilling bathtub of ice and water. Ice baths aren’t pleasant, but many athletes suffer through them in hopes of an advantage on race day. But what if you didn’t have to languish in a tub bobbing with ice cubes to reduce inflammation and…
The UGA Athletic Association announced on Monday that it would offer its student-athletes access to cryotherapy to help with recovery from workouts and games. Athletes will be able to use a “state-of-the-art whole body cryotherapy chamber” from Impact Cryotherapy, a company in Atlanta that specializes in whole-body cryotherapy systems.