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What to Expect After Cryotherapy -10 Facts

What To Expect After Cryotherapy

So you’ve had this painful condition for several months or years and still haven’t found the best way to alleviate the pain. You take an in-depth search on the internet about what other people have used, but still, none of the treatments are effective because the better ones cause addiction among other effects. You come across Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC), and it’s a whole new idea. It is a natural method used to curb pain without any adverse side effects, but the idea of submerging your body into temperatures approximately -100 F (-72 Celcius) to -274 F (-100 C), scares you to death. You read as many testimonies and how effective it is, and at the end, you pluck up the courage to try the…

Effects of Cryotherapy on Inflammation – Chronic vs Acute

Cryotherapy Inflammation

Time and time again, we at Cryotherapy Toronto observe the impressive effects of cryotherapy inflammation treatments. It is a well-known fact that inflammation not only most often shows up via physical pain in acute inflammation cases, but it also worsens numerous chronic conditions and diseases from psoriasis and eczema, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoporosis, and fibromyalgia, to Alzheimer’s, MS, and even cancer.

Whole Body Cryotherapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis – How Effective?

Whole Body Cryotherapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Whole Body Cryotherapy for rheumatoid arthritis is becoming a popular method for treating this long-term, autoimmune and chronic disorder without a definite cure. In addition to osteoarthritis of the knee and psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis is one of the severe types of arthritis, which can lead to painful, warm, damaged and swollen joints, as well as disability. Apart from the hands and wrist, the condition can also affect other body parts leading to lung and heart inflammation as well as a low count of the red blood cells. Can rheumatoid arthritis be treated? Although rheumatoid arthritis has no permanent cure, there are treatments specially designed to lessen symptoms such as swelling, pain, prevent bone deformity, slow the advancement of the condition, and to preserve the…

Cryotherapy Immune System Facts About Autoimmune Diseases

Cryotherapy Immune System

What Are Autoimmune Diseases That Can Be Helped With Cryotherapy Immune System Treatments? We all have an immune system, a network of cells and organs that exist to differentiate which “bodies” and processes are part of you and which are essentially foreign “invaders”. Under certain conditions, some people experience sort of a “glitch in the system” where their body is unable to tell the difference between the two. This results in your body making autoantibodies that attack normal cells in error while the regulatory T cells that normally perform that “tell the difference” function, fail to do so, which results in your immune system being weakened and “attacked”. This causes the damage, or what call an autoimmune disease. With over 100 known types of such diseases, the body…

Cryotherapy for Chronic Pain – 8 Surprising Facts

Cryotherapy for Chronic Pain

Having a back pain? Here’s a prescription. Experiencing chronic muscle and joint pain? Take pain meds. Arthritis? Take a pill. And the list goes on. You may be asking, “isn’t there any other way to relieve pain?” The good news is that there is one- Whole Body Cryotherapy for chronic pain, which is a non-invasive multi-dimensional method that uses cold therapy for injuries on virtually any body part from neck and upper back pain to lower leg muscle pain. Read below our 8 surprising facts about the workings of cryotherapy for chronic pain. But first, let’s start with some basics. 1. Chronic Pain Causes – a Plethora! What causes chronic pain? There are a plethora of conditions that may cause chronic pain including aging, which can affect the joints and…

Severe Joint And Muscle Pain in Arms and Legs – Can Cryosauna Help?

Joint And Muscle Pain

There is nothing new about using the power of cold to help relieve pain and discomfort. It’s numbing effects can provide immediate and soothing relief which has made ice packs and ice baths one of the most common types of treatment for various discomfort associated with joint and muscle pain in the arms and the legs.

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