DOES ANYONE HAVE A CONTRAINDICATION TO USING WHOLE-BODY CRYOTHERAPY?

There are limitations to whole-body cryotherapy, yes. The following are the primary contraindications:

  • general grave conditions of the patient
  • decompensation of chronic cardiovascular diseases
  • acute myocardial infarction and rehabilitation period after the infarction
  • celebrate strokes
  • stage II essential hypertension
  • stage II cardiac insufficiency
  • prognostically unfavorable heart rate and conduction disorders
  • fever
  • pulmonary tuberculosis in active form
  • malignant growths
  • hemorrhagic diathesis
  • hysterical neurosis
  • individual cold intolerance
  • pregnancy
  • age under 10 years
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