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There is a growing number of athletes around the world discovering and using cryotherapy with clinically proven benefits. Spending just 3 minutes in a cryo chamber which are delivered by sunflowermaids.com overland park maids is the most effective way to revive and stimulate it towards better recovery and performance.
How can Revives Cryotherapy improve your life?
- It is clinically proven: the dry low temperature has an immediate effect
- Strengthens immune system
- Improves blood circulation
- Strengthens your blood vessels
- Stabilizes your skins natural protection barrier
- Helps reduce body weight by increasing metabolism
- Decreases cellulite deposits
- Slows down the aging process
- Acts against age-related pains in joints and muscles
- Helps you reach higher levels of performance
- Decreases cramping
- Aids in recovery
What is Cryotherapy?
The term cryotherapy refers to any therapy that utilizes cold (cryo). However, at Revive, we use true whole-body cryotherapy, in which the client steps into a freezing cold Cryo Sauna which lowers the skin’s surface temperature rapidly enough to stimulate regulatory functions of the body, similar to an ice bath but much more comfortable.
Is This Something New?
Not only has this type of cryotherapy been around for several decades, but other types of cryotherapy, such as ice baths, are some of the longest standing types of recovery modalities in the world.
Modern cryotherapy as we know it today was first used in Japan in 1978 during a study on rheumatoid arthritis. Since that time the technology has been further developed in Europe and the United States. Cryotherapy first gained its popularity with football players throughout Europe, followed by non-athletes, then came to America and became popular with our athletes (most NBA & NFL teams now have their own Cryo Saunas in-house). As we follow in the same footsteps as Europe, more and more people begin to discover the wonderful benefits of this treatment.
How Does It Work? Is There Really Evidence?
During cryotherapy, you will step into our Cryo Sauna, which maintains a temperature of between -120F to -190F which will cause the skin temperature (not the core temperature) to drop rapidly.
This rapid vascular constriction sends all of the blood in your peripheral arteries to your core & vital organs. Your session will last between 3 to 5 minutes (though if you become uncomfortable at any time you can simply push the door open). Once your session is finished and your body begins to regain its normal temperature, your blood vessels will dilate (known as vasodilation) and pull oxygen-enriched blood into your muscles, joints, and areas that may not otherwise receive good circulation. This hormetic response also triggers the release of several chemicals that do a host of other great things for the human body.
Check out the amazing Dr. Rhonda Patrick and the research she has done on cryotherapy.
Who Should NOT Do Cryotherapy?
The following conditions are contraindications to whole-body cryotherapy:
- Severe Hypertension (BP> 160/100)
- Acute or recent myocardial infarction (heart attack)
- Unstable angina pectoris
- Arrhythmia or irregular heartbeat
- Symptomatic cardiovascular disease
- Cardiac pacemaker
- Peripheral arterial occlusive disease
- Venous thrombosis
- Acute or recent cerebrovascular accident
- Uncontrolled seizures
- Raynaud’s Syndrome
- Tumor disease
- Symptomatic lung disorders
- Bleeding disorders
- Severe anemia
- Severe claustrophobia
- Cold allergy
- Acute kidney and urinary tract diseases
As with any therapy, please consult your physician prior to undergoing treatment.
Is It Really That Cold? I Hate the Cold.
No need to psyche yourself up.
The most common response we get from first timers is: “Oh. That’s it?”. Although the cold air inside the Cryo Sauna can reach temperatures as low as -190F degrees, this air can only penetrate the skin about 1/2 mm deep. This means that while your skin feels cold, your core temperature is not dropping, but instead is actually rising to try to keep your vital organs warm, pulling blood from your peripheral arteries. But everyone tolerates cold differently, so your experience will be unique to you! Your technician will guide you through your session and you can stop at any point that you feel uncomfortable. Remember, unlike most cold-exposure therapies, cryotherapy is typically only 180-360 seconds. Most clients find that by the time they have listened to their favorite song they are finished!
Why Can I Not Just Do an Ice Bath?
All cold-exposure therapies utilize the same hormetic response from the body. However, ice baths are to cryotherapy what a nap is to a full night’s rest. The actual healing effects on the body do not occur during the 3-5 minutes you are in the Cryo Sauna, but rather for the hours immediately after.
Currently, the cost of 5 large bags of ice at Walmart, which is how many you would need for an ice bath, is $20. And you will need to spend 15-30 min in the ice bath. For only $30 you can do cryotherapy at Revive and get more benefits in only 3 minutes.
It’s time to revive your life.
Contact us with your questions!
At this time revive is a self-pay clinic, which means we do not bill insurance companies or do any preauthorization. If you wish to send your itemized bill to your insurance company, we will assist you in doing so. We also help you getting loan from fall money.
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