Cryotherapy History- Cryotherapy, the use of cold treatment, dates back centuries and originated with ice and/or cold weather. Impact's focus is Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC). WBC is the use of nitrogen gas at extremely cold temperatures (as low as -184 fahrenheit or -120 celsius) for a short period of time. WBC was developed in 1978 by Dr. Toshima Yamauchi of Japan. From Japan, cryotherapy moved to Europe. WBC made its debut in the United States ten years ago. Since then, cryotherapy has became an overall wellness tol and part of a consistent health regimen. The Impact Cryosauna has been evaluated by the FDA under the 513(g) process. The FDA has concluded the Impact Cryosauna is not a medical device. Products manufactured or produced by Impact Cryotherapy are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or chronic illness.
Participants stand in the Cryo Sauna. The body from the neck down is inside the sauna and the head extends above the sauna. When the skin is exposed to cryotherapy temperatures (-90 celsius to -120 Celsius), the body sends a strong signal to the brain to take life saving measures to protect itself in case the temperature continues to fall. The body's response to make sure its core organ temperatures remain stable.
- May help prevent dementia and Alzheimer's disease
- Treats atopic dermatitis and other skin conditions
- Helps treat mood disorders
- Reduces migraine symptoms
- Numbs nerve irritation
- Cryotherapy for Weight Loss
- Pain Reduction and Joint Mobility
- Rheumatic Diseases
- Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms
- Oxidative Stress
- Anxiety and Depression Treatment Support
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Exercise Recovery