THE SAFETY OF CRYOSAUNAS

People who are considering trying cryotherapy for the first time are typically concerned about two safety issues: In addition, are cryosaunas safe (as a machine) and is liquid nitrogen dangerous?

The nitrogen that makes up liquid nitrogen is the same nitrogen that is present in the air we breathe (78% of the air contains nitrogen). Nitrogen is utilised in a variety of surgical procedures, and it is also used in contemporary cookery to create delectable dishes in fine dining establishments. However, it is cooled down when used in a cryosauna, making the gas frigid. Therefore, a few precautions must be taken to ensure everyone’s safety: remove all jewellery and other metal from your body, and check to see that your skin is free of moisturisers, oils, and sweat.

In terms of cryosauna safety specifically, much has been done to ensure that this device is completely safe for its users. Cryomed was the first manufacturer of cryotherapy machines to introduce an innovative safety system (Accident Prevention System). It includes ventilation, the door-opening sensor, the session emergency stop button, and the human position sensor in the cabin.

The user’s position within the cabin is controlled by an ultrasonic sensor. The operator must elevate the lift step to the required height before the procedure may begin. This is designed to prevent inhaling nitrogen vapours.

Emergency session termination and ventilation – in the event that anything unusual happens during the procedure, the cryosafe system immediately terminates the session and initiates ventilation.

A second sensor will interrupt the process in order to stop excessive nitrogen vapours from entering the space if the cabin door accidentally opens.

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We may confidently assert that cryosaunas are secure for users because of all these attributes.

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