FAQ’s 2017-05-20T17:49:15+00:00
No, you don’t. This procedure is absolutely dry and does not make your skin wet.

The following conditions are contraindications to whole body cryotherapy: Pregnancy, severe Hypertension (BP> 180/100), acute or recent myocardial infarction, unstable angina pectoris, arrhythmia, symptomatic cardiovascular disease, cardiac pacemaker, peripheral arterial occlusive disease, venous thrombosis, acute or recent cerebrovascular accident, uncontrolled seizures, Raynaud’s Syndrome, fever, tumor disease, symptomatic lung disorders, bleeding disorders, severe anemia, infection, cold allergy, acute kidney and urinary tract diseases.

Whole body Cryotherapy was originally developed in Japan in 1978. The benefits have been studied and refined in Europe since that time.

Yes. Researchers in Europe have been developing and refining Cryotherapy for over two decades.
Cryotherapy uses steam produced by liquid nitrogen to lower the client’s skin surface temperature from normal body temperature to -1 ° C in 30 seconds or less. The skin remains at that temperature for two-three minutes and it reacts to the cold, sending messages to the brain to trigger a whole body scan for areas that may not be working to their full potential.
No. Nitrogen is a non-toxic gas. The air that we breathe is made up of 16% Oxygen, 1% Hydrogen, 78% Nitrogen and 5% of other components.

During each session the body releases endorphins, which are hormones that make you feel good and energetic. The effects from each session last at least 6–8 hours, but like any therapy, the more regular the sessions, the more long-lasting the results.

It is not possible to achieve the same effects with an ice bath. Ice baths are generally 12-15 minutes long. Cryosauna lasts less than 3 minutes per average and it gives a much quicker and better recovery and enhanced performance. Cryosauna is statistically 15 times more effective than an ice bath, making ice baths a thing of the past.

The air is completely dry, making it surprisingly comfortable. This process is simply cold air flowing over the surface of the skin without penetrating.

No. The immediate cold impact of the cryo-session will raise the internal body temperature for a short period of time. The stimulation of the immune system can actually help decrease the severity and frequency of future colds and the flu.

No. The door is never locked and you may step out at any time. The chamber is open to the top and your head is raised above the level of the upper rim of the chamber, so you are never fully enclosed.

We recommend between 15 and 30 sessions for optimal results. It is best to try to use Cryotherapy every other day, or even every day. Do this between 15 and 30 sessions. Beyond that, sessions can be reduced to weekly/fortnightly ones. It is recommended that after a couple of months, you can repeat the cycle.