Researchers have explained the phenomenon around cryotherapy’s effects and how it actually functions. In actuality, the therapeutic and regenerative mechanisms that the cryotherapeutic procedure, which involves chilling the patient’s body surface, activates within the body, rather than the procedure itself, itself extending the restorative effect.

It should be noted that during a cryotherapeutic procedure, the temperature of the nitrogen vapour and air mixture that surrounds the patient’s body reaches -150 to -180°C, while the patient’s skin temperature is reduced to +5 to +12°C. The body boosts healing mechanisms and completely engages the immune system in response to the stressful effects of cold. Endorphins and other anaesthetics are released into the blood, and the activity of histamine and other inflammatory mediators, such as serotonin, decreases.

Therefore, cryotherapy generally has a pronounced anaesthetic effect and reduces the sensitivity of skin receptors and the conductivity of nerve fibres.

The development and training of the immune system is the primary benefit of cryogenic therapy in cryosaunas or other devices, according to research. To be more exact, advancements in the treatment of numerous diseases are made possible by the strengthened immune system. The body can recognise and get rid of the disorders that caused the disease on its own when the environment is right, thanks to a combination of the procedure’s key technological parameters, which include the gas temperature, the cooling time, and the area of skin that comes into contact with cryogenic gas.

In other words, these are the reasons rather than the symptoms that we frequently treat with traditional therapy. A person voluntarily recovers from the sickness and permanently eliminates the chance of a recurrence.

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