Cryotherapy in Cryosauna

Cryotherapy is one of the most effective methods of healing, rehabilitation and regeneration of the human body through cold applications.

Whole-body cryotherapy consists of a short stay (2-3 minutes) of the user at very low temperatures (-110 ° C to -150 ° C) and subsequent mild aerobic activity. The effect of low temperature on the cold receptors, followed by warming of the entire body surface, causes intense blood circulation of the skin, the subcutaneous tissue and the muscular apparatus. At the same time, a number of organisms beneficial to the body are effective, mainly against inflammation and pain.

The first cryotherapy already brings a strong experience. You do not need to be afraid of extremely cold temperatures. There is much lower moisture in cryosauna than in winter. We are sure that you have already been in a hot sauna with air temperatures around 90 - 100°C and you have probably managed to stay there for around 12 minutes. However, we are also sure that you usually do not put your fingers in a pot with boiling water.

There is an operator at the cryocab. In case of unpleasant feelings, you can leave it immediately (just as you can quickly leave the hot sauna). The cold in the procedure is only superficial and does not usually cause problems with the bladder, for example.

To get the best results, we recommend you to book 6 to 10 sessions of cryotherapy and visit us at least 2 or 3 times a week. You can watch the video instructions on www.kryosauna.cz or you can visit us personally to see how it works.

Whole body cryotherapy is particularly suitable for:

 

Active athlete:

  • to adapt to the increased stress of the organism
  • to increase physical fitness and resistance
  • for rapid and effective regeneration after the load

People who suffer from lifestyle diseases:

  • painful spinal syndromes
  • chronic fatigue syndrome
  • weakening of the immune system
  • psychic depression
  • cellulite
  • overweight
  • enhancing sexual apetence

People with these diseases:

  • acute and chronic inflammatory diseases of joints and spine
  • improves healing of scars and wounds
  • degenerative joint disease
  • dna
  • inflammatory rheumatic diseases of soft tissues and skin
  • painful contractions of skeletal muscle, fibromyalgia
  • rehabilitation after surgery of large joints and spine
  • post-traumatic and postoperative hematoma and swelling
  • autoimmune diseases and immune disorders
  • multiple sclerosis
  • psoriasis with joint and skin symptoms
  • neurodermitis, eczema
  • migraine
  • chronic diseases of the respiratory system
  • asthma, hay fever
  • conditions after cosmetic and plastic surgery
  • osteoporosis
  • menopause problems

Contraindications absolute

  • Unstable hypertension (long term over 160/110 mmHg)
  • Heart attack, entering the polar no sooner than half a year after the heart attack.
  • Decompensated heart and circulatory disease.
  • Unstable angina pectoris.
  • Pacemaker.
  • Peripheral blood circulation disorders (Stage II and IV).
  • Condition after venous thrombosis, deep vein thrombophlebitis.
  • Acute respiratory disease.
  • Acute diseases of the urinary system and kidneys.
  • Severe anemia.
  • Allergy to the cold.
  • Oncological diseases.
  • Seizures
  • Bacterial and viral skin infections

Relative contraindications

  • Heart rhythm disorders.
  • Valve defects.
  • Conditions after heart surgery.
  • Ischemic heart disease.
  • Raynauld's syndrome.
  • Pregnancy from the 4th month

Side effects of cryotherapy

  • Local frostbites (most commonly in the armpits - faster heat delivery).
  • Headaches.
  • A slight increase in arterial pressure.
  • Dyspnoea, feeling dizzy.
  • Allergy to cold (itching, swelling)

 

Instructions for children and teenagers under the age of 18 and for people of short stature

Cryosauna is a medical facility for adults over 18 years of age. If a person under the age of 18 has a medical need for which cold treatment can help, consult a physician beforehand. In the presence of one of the parents and at his own risk, the procedure may be completed. The person in cryosauna must always have a chin at the top edge level to avoid breathing nitrogen. This corresponds to a height of at least 145cm, a smaller increase is therefore an absolute contraindication. In the first procedures for people under the age of 18 let set a shorter time of about 1.5 minutes and possibly a temperature higher than -150 ° C and respect the greater influence of the cold on the young organism.

Cryotherapy will help
  • to improve fitness
  • reduce overweight
  • regenerate after fatigue
  • to strengthen sexual appetite
  • tighten
  • Get rid of spine pain
  • strengthen immunity
  • improve cellulite
  • healing wounds and scars