Cryosauna can be called an effective method of rejuvenation of the entire body, because in the process of exposure to cold, not only the skin but also the internal organs are renewed and rejuvenated.

What is cryosauna?

Cryosauna is a kind of “chamber” for cryotherapy. From outside a cryochamber looks like a solarium, the procedure is performed standing. However, everything is arranged differently inside. In the cryochamber, the patient is affected not by ultraviolet radiation, but by ultralow temperatures (cooled gas). This is usually liquid nitrogen, cooled to a temperature of -130 to -140, or its combination with oxygen. During the procedure, only the surface layers of the skin are exposed, and the internal organs remain untouched. Since the cooling process takes a minimum period of time, deep freezing should not be feared.  The head is not exposed to the cold during the procedure.

The procedure is quite simple: the patient is taken to the cryochamber, where the required amount of refrigerated gas is delivered. Within fifteen seconds, the temperature of the gas around the body is fixed at -130 and for one to three minutes it keeps at a given level. It is worth saying that the effect of cold gas and cold water on the body is not the same. This procedure brings  only pleasant sensations, especially in the summer months. As mentioned above, the length of stay in the cryochamber can last from one to three minute, depending on the problem that you are going to solve. At the same time throughout the course duration of procedures can vary.

To achieve an effective and lasting result, from 10 to 15 sessions are required with a break in one day. Already after the third procedure, patients notice a significant improvement in the state of health and appearance, elimination of sleep problems and painful syndromes.

The principle of the cold?

The therapeutic effect of the procedures carried out in the cryosauna is based on mobilization of all the body’s defensive and renewing mechanism in response to the alarm signal that the skin receptors supply to the brain during exposure to the cooled gas. In addition, a short, but strong cooling of the skin contributes to the activation of blood circulation, as well as the acceleration of metabolic processes in the body. In other words, the cryotherapy procedure has an effect on relatively healthy organs, stimulating them for better work.

Indications for the procedure.
  • Presence of dermatological problems (eczema, psoriasis, allergic and atopic dermatitis, disorders of the sebaceous glands, oily seborrhea, acne).
  • Diseases of the spine and joints (arthritis, osteochondrosis, rheumatism, herniated intervertebral discs, back pain due to bruises).
  • Dysfunction of the respiratory system (inflammation of the lungs, bronchial tubes, bronchial asthma).
  • Dysfunction of the digestive system.
  • Peptic ulcer, colitis, pancreatitis.
  • The presence of pain syndromes of various types (headaches, migraines).
  • Violation of the nervous system (nervous overexertion, overwork, irritation, stress, insomnia).
  • Presence of cellulite.
  • Painful conditions during menopause.
  • The presence of signs of wilting and aging of the skin (loss of elasticity, small and medium wrinkles).
  • Erectile dysfunction in men.
  • Violations of the work of the female reproductive system (non-gestation, inability to conceive, endometriosis).
  • Improvement of the body with a planned pregnancy.
  • Facilitating postoperative conditions and severe diseases.
  • The presence of diseases such as diabetes, neuritis, obesity, endocrine gland diseases, stroke, liver and kidney disease.
Contraindications to the procedure.
  • Neoplasms of a malignant nature.
  • The presence of high body temperature.
  • Any inflammatory diseases of internal organs in the stage of exacerbation.
  • Cardiovascular diseases.
  • Severe hypertension.
  • Diseases of the blood.
  • Fear of enclosed space and mental abnormalities.
  • Severe damage to the nervous system and respiratory system.
  • Propensity to thrombosis.
  • Infectious diseases in chronic form.
Efficiency of the procedure.

Cosmetic and therapeutic effects, even from the first two procedures are immediately apparent. The procedure gives a powerful burst of strength and vivacity. This is due to the release of endorphin or a hormone of joy by the body in response to a sharp cooling. This is why, twenty minutes after the session, patients feel the renewal of the body and the improvement of its work. In this case, the effect of the procedure does not disappear after half an hour, in the future, sleep normalizes, irritability is eliminated, headaches are passed. In addition, in most cases, cryotherapy sessions normalize body weight and fight cellulite, so cryosauna is often included in the program to combat obesity and cellulite. One session of this procedure saves from 500 to 1200 kk.