Cryotherapy For Beauty
Cryotherapy has hit the headlines with Hollywood stars such as Jennifer Anniston and Jessica Alba utilizing a cryotherapy dermatology for a youthful glow.
A cryotherapy facial (otherwise known as frotox!) works by stimulating the body to produce more collagen – the protein that keeps us looking young – as well as tightening the skin and burning calories.
A cryofacial works by delivering highly pressurized liquid nitrogen to the skin, leading to numerous benefits:
- Improved blood circulation which flushes away toxins and boosts skin quality
- Relaxed muscles, leading to the reduced appearance of wrinkles
- Increased collagen production which smooths the skin
- Decreases pore size, limiting the possibility of spots and blackheads
- Reduces dark circles and puffiness, so you look fresher and younger.
But there are many more benefits too. There have been studies into cryotherapy for acne; the therapy can remove most of the surface skin lesions and boost skin health by increasing blood flow and delivery of nutrients to the surface of your skin.
If you’re plagued by age spots or have unsightly warts, this could be the therapy for those too. Cryotherapy for age spots and warts is a quick and safe treatment that focuses on the problem areas and removes unwanted marks and lesions.
Banish Dimples And Lines With Cryotherapy For Cellulite…
Cellulite affects 80-90% of women over the age of 25. It can be frustrating and it might seem like nothing seems to get rid of it. A quick cryotherapy treatment could be exactly what you’re looking for. The procedure kills subcutaneous fat tissue which is disposed of through the blood system, and increases blood flow to problem areas which improves skin texture and quality.
Cryo Slimming For Jaw-Dropping Weight Loss
Can you actually lose weight using freeze cryotherapy? Believe it or not, research suggests that weight loss can be accelerated using this treatment.
How does it work?
Firstly, being in colder temperatures makes your body work harder to increase your internal temperature (both through shivering and other processes that burn calories).
A session of cryotherapy fat freezing leaves you with a rush of endorphins, which means that you are likely to be able to work out for longer and with more intensity in your next exercise session – so you can burn more calories.
Furthermore, localized cryotherapy using technology such as the Cryo21 can lower the amount of fat in problem areas by up to 25%. The treatment applies extremely cold temperatures to the layer of fat, killing the fat cells. The layer of fat is reduced and carried away by the blood flow, leaving you with reduced fat and cellulite. A series of treatments over a number of weeks or months could permanently get rid of that stubborn fat layer.
Cryotherapy For Athletes – Breaking Barriers
If you are serious about improving in your field – whether it’s running, swimming or any other kind of sport – you will know how devastating it can be when an injury hits, taking you back to what feels like step one again.
Fortunately, using cryotherapy can not only treat but also prevent injury. Some of the main benefits are:
- It assists in reducing the swelling of injuries and helps the body to recover more quickly, reducing the time you have to spend resting the injury if you are unlucky enough to get hurt.
- It helps the muscles to recover more quickly after intense exercise. When you work out, your muscles tear a little each time. The body repairs them stronger than before, and this is what makes you faster, fitter and more capable. Localized cryotherapy helps to speed up this repair process, helping you get back to the track sooner.
- It helps with injury prevention by boosting your muscle strength, reducing the likelihood of injury.
Battling Symptoms With Cryotherapy For Cancer
Cryotherapy is a hugely beneficial treatment for cancer, with cryotherapy for prostate cancer being particularly effective. Cryotherapy can treat both internal and external tumors, and works by freezing the cancerous cells and preventing further growth. The treatment can be used for many cancers, and has the benefit of being suitable for patients who can’t have surgery because of their age or other medical problems.
Because the treatment focuses only on a particular area, it can avoid the destruction of nearby healthy tissue and it’s less invasive than surgery, so pain, bleeding and other complications of surgery are minimised.
Cryotherapy for cancer is an exciting new treatment which offers hope to many.
Improving Life Quality With Cryotherapy For Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia has numerous nasty symptoms, including chronic muscle pain, severe fatigue, insomnia, memory difficulties and migraines. This makes daily life a challenge, and symptoms can worsen over time.
However, cryotherapy has been shown to lead to improvements. It triggers thermal stress which slows the nerve signals, resulting in pain relief. The endorphins produced during the therapy can assist with sleep and depressive systems.
A series of regular treatments is recommended for sufferers of fibromyalgia, and can seriously improve the quality of life for people with this chronic illness.
Keeping You Moving – Cryotherapy For Knee Pain
As we age, our knees can become susceptible to injury, particularly if we exercise often. This is because of the amount of weight and pressure they deal with on a daily basis – regardless of your level of fitness.
Whether you have recurring knee pain, a one off injury or are recovering after a surgical procedure on your knee, cryotherapy may be able to help.
Localized treatment with Cryo21 technology causes increased blood flow to the injured area, speeding up recovery times and easing pain.
Easing Pain And Discomfort With Cryotherapy For Arthritis Symptoms
The use of cryotherapy as a treatment for arthritis began in Japan in 1978, when Dr. Toshima Yamaguchi found that the therapy decreases sensitivity to pain and releases endorphins.
Arthritis is a term which covers more than 100 joint inflammation conditions. Symptoms can appear suddenly or build up over time, and include significant joint pain, stiffness, aching and swelling. It is a chronic condition which is likely to get worse, causing significant lifestyle issues – sufferers may find it hard to work, get around and carry out ordinary day to day activities.
Cryotherapy helps through providing relief for acute pain. The treatment lessens inflammation and helps sufferers to increase their range of movement.
Using Cryotherapy For Back Pain
We’ve discussed cryogenic therapy’s amazing pain relieving qualities, and it is an effective alternative to painkillers for back pain too. Taking painkillers over long periods of time can reduce their power as your body gets used to them. This means that you may have to take higher doses, put up with more pain, or begin to take stronger painkillers (perhaps with nastier side effects).
Using localized cryotherapy on the location of any back pain can reduce inflammation, relax the muscles and relieve pain. It may also speed up the time it takes to recover from any injury that is causing the pain.