A new way to get rid of stubborn fat
Cryotherapy, often known as cold therapy, is a fat-loss process that does not need open surgery, small incision, or even a minimally invasive treatment, it just employs a variety of temperatures to achieve the client's weight loss goal. The procedure works by exposing a specific body part of the client to extremely cold temperatures, which helps the body break down fat cells and release them from the bloodstream.
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Did you know?
The benefits of cryotherapy are not limited to weight loss. Cryo therapy is also a rejuvenating treatment in sports medicine that comes after more invasive procedures, surgeries, athletic injuries caused by athletic performance, sports injuries or even muscle pain and muscle soreness to speed the healing process with less pain and can refer to pain relief. The process involves applying extreme cold temperatures to targeted areas to decrease muscle pain and inflammation. It has a similar effect as cold water immersion or applying ice packs ( or cold water) to an affected area of your body; the ice packs serves as pain relief to fight inflammation.
Further Research from academic research institutions published by the international journal of medical literature, National Cancer Institute claims that anecdotal evidence from Cryosurgery (a similar concept to Cryotherapy treatment ) can somehow help in certain medical conditions and treat cancer. Cryosurgery is a procedure that uses liquid nitrous oxide or argon gas to generate extreme cold in order to destroy cancer cells and abnormal tissue or diseased tissue. It is a local therapy, which means it is focused on a specific area of your body. For skin tumors, the healthcare professional uses a cotton swab or spraying equipment to apply liquid nitrogen or argon gas directly to the aberrant area. To freeze tumor tissue within the body, the healthcare provider may use an instrument called cryoprobe. However, in certain cases, you may undergo blood tests and have to stop taking certain medications, such as aspirin or blood thinners, a few days before internal cryosurgery.
The Cryotherapy process
How does it work? Cryotherapy is a method of freezing fat cells that allows them to be safely destroyed while protecting other body tissue, whether it be muscle or organ. It achieves this by triggering the phenomenon of apoptosis in fat cells, which leads to their demise. The intracellular electrolytes in fat cells are the first to crystallize by the cooling process, triggering the cell's death function. The end goal is to tighten the skin, minimize wrinkles, hide skin tags and improve overall skin health while preventing nerve damage by combining quick cooling procedures with a variety of energy-based devices that stimulate the skin. Cryotherapy also heats your core and forces blood to the skin's surface to improve blood circulation and blood pressure. Cryotherapy has a significant impact on blood and lymph flow, two of the most vital elements in your body. This procedure produces a tighter look by minimizing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines without requiring surgery or downtime. This allows customers to go about their regular lives while yet achieving their objective to seem younger.
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Unlike any other procedure, you’d find at a spa, this is an advanced, non-invasive treatment that uses liquid nitrogen to penetrate the deepest layers of your skin to stimulate collagen regeneration. The targeted fat cells and abnormal tissue are eliminated while healthy tissue is preserved, which ensures safe and effective results. Unlike other methods that use heat or needles, Our healthcare provider uses advanced cooling technology that draws the fat to the surface where it can be safely eliminated.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there anything special that I need to do before and after treatment?
To prepare for cryotherapy, remove any makeup, lotion, or powder you're wearing on the area of your skin that will be treated. Our staff will then use liquid nitrogen to freeze the area. After the session, You may see clear drainage on the area after the treatment. This is quite normal. The treated area should recover in 7 to 10 days. It's unlikely to leave a scar.
What is the difference between whole body and localized cryotherapy?
While translating Whole Body Cryotherapy WBC treats the entire body using an extreme cold cryotherapy chamber, localized cryotherapy treats particular parts of your skin using special equipment with intense cold temperature.
What happens during a cryo session and how long will it last?
Cryotherapy is the use of freezing temperatures to assist the body's natural healing process. Using contemporary technology, this entails using liquid nitrogen to chill specific locations in localized cryotherapy. It usually lasts 45 minutes and requires multiple sessions for better results.
How many sessions are recommended for best results?
5 sessions each week for at least 2 weeks for optimal health and wellness. 3-5 sessions per week for at least 2 weeks for weight loss and metabolic boost (though it should be combined with exercise and healthy eating for maximum effect).
Is it safe?
Cryotherapy has been approved as a safe medical treatment by the United States Food and Drug Administration. It has several advantages over standard liposuction. It is nonsurgical, noninvasive, and does not necessitate any downtime.