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Cryotherapy works by Immersing your whole body, including your head, into extremely cold temperatures, for even a short amount of time, which causes your sympathetic nervous system to trigger its innate fight or flight response. By doing this, the body goes through several physiological processes including releasing the hormone norepinephrine, cold shock proteins, and natural endorphins. These processes lead to many of the health benefits seen in cryotherapy.

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The Benefits of Cryotherapy

  • A decrease in pain, both chronic and acute.
  • Helps support exercise and muscle recovery and improve performance.
  • Reduction in nerve irritation, joint pain and swelling, chronic arthritis, and fibromyalgia.
  • Helps improve mood disorders such as anxiety and depression as well as cognitive function and decline.
  • Helps in maintaining a healthy weight by burning extra calories.
  • Helps flush lactic acid from the body and accelerates the production of collagen.
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Trident Admiral Electric Cryotherapy Machine

Advances in Cryotherapy has lead the future of the technology to electric vs. nitrogen. With zero FDA warning and more than 220 clinical studies in place, electric cryotherapy is now known as the safer and more effective source for muscle recovery than that of older nitrogen gas machines.

Benefits of Localized Cryotherapy

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The Benefits of Cryotherapy

  • Localized cryotherapy can provide effective pain relief for acute injuries, chronic pain conditions, and post-surgery discomfort. The cold temperatures help reduce inflammation and numb nerve endings, which can alleviate pain.

  • Cold temperatures can prevent or minimize the buildup of excess fluids in the injured area, leading to a reduction in swelling. This is especially useful for injuries like sprains and strains.

  • Localized cryotherapy sessions can be tailored to the individual’s needs, allowing for adjustments in treatment duration and temperature to achieve the best results.

  • Cold temperatures applied directly to the affected area can help reduce inflammation by constricting blood vessels and limiting the release of inflammatory substances. This is particularly beneficial for conditions like arthritis, tendonitis, and other inflammatory disorders.

  • After the initial cold exposure, blood vessels in the treated area tend to dilate, improving blood circulation. This can aid in nutrient and oxygen delivery to the affected tissues, supporting the healing process.

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