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Benefits of Cryotherapy Cryotherapy is basically a therapy process of using cold temperatures for health benefits. It was in 1700s that application of cold compresses to muscle spasms helped reduce the pain, and from then on other significant findings on cold therapy treatment came about, such as improve health and recovery and slow aging process. A new development on cold temperature therapy was invented in 1970s in Japan, which is subjecting the whole body in a specialized chamber using liquid nitrogen, which is now referred to as cryotherapy. While doctors recommend the application of an icepack to an injured area to reduce inflammation, the process of using extreme cold in a surgical setting to destroy diseased tissue, such as cancer, is referred to as cryoablation. Still, another application used ice baths or cold thermogenesis to regulate hormones and improve the leptin levels which can help in weight loss. Whole body cryotherapy is used for the following benefits: faster recovery from exercise, a boost in the immune system, increased energy and metabolism, reduced inflammation, treats nerve conditions.
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Some studies show that application of WBC to delay the onset muscle soreness among athletes has proven effective that this application is now being referred to as a cold sauna, although some researchers the validity of these studies. Another benefit is that cold therapy is an immune system boost, which anchors on the theory that rapid exposure to extreme cold triggers the leptin level which is connected to the immune system.
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Studies also revealed that application of WBC can induce the release of catecholamines, adrenaline and noradrenaline, as well as other neuro-peptides, and results in the increase of body energy and metabolism. In clinical settings, doctors have also seen the beneficial effects of cryotherapy to help inflammatory conditions, like rheumatoid arthritis and chronic pain conditions. Cryotherapy can also be used to treat nerve conditions, such as benign nerve growths (neuromas) and pinched nerves (nerve entrapments). Another medical procedure which makes use of cryotherapy is called cryosurgery. Cryosurgery is applied using extreme cold temperature to destroy abnormal tissues like tumors. Cryosurgery procedure introduces the use of liquid nitrogen or other substances, like carbon dioxide or argon, to bring down the temperature of the body to -346 degrees F and -320 degrees F, and by doing so, it freezes anything that gets in contact with it. With cryosurgery, cancers or precancerous lesions on the skin, and liver diseases can be treated where conventional surgery may be risky to use. This form of surgery can also be used in the treatment of recurring cancer. To perform cryosurgery into an internal area, the surgeon will use first a scope, which is a flexible tube that can fit into openings in te body, such as urethra, rectum, or a surgical incision. As soon as the area, which is being treated is located and where the target cells are there, liquid nitrogen is fed into it to freeze the target cells until they die and are absorbed by the body.