The benefits of cold therapy room
The cold room is a therapy where the goal is to cool the entire body (creating a systemic boost), to make it actually warm up faster afterwards.
The cold room is simply a different way to deliver cold to the body, and, although an extreme experience, some argue that when it’s done in series it’s a more effective, intensive therapy than others, because of the short-term duration – again, just 3 minutes maximum. With zero humidity inside the cold sauna, the body is not stripped of heat as it would be after an ice bath or from an ice pack placed locally. Plus, sans humidity, you do not perceive the cold to be as extreme as it is, and you inhale almost twice the amount of oxygen per breath. Other benefits are said to include:
- Reduction in pain medicine and hypersensitivity to pain
- Improved joint and muscle function, and blood circulation
- Improved nutrient and oxygen supply to muscle tissue
- Improved strength, joint mobility, mental acuity
- Reduce and relieve skin irritation and fatigue
- Improved quality of life
- Benefits effective for 6 months up to one year
popular cold therapy
Cold sauna introduction
In addition to the steam sauna, salt sauna, infrared sauna, and wet sauna, the snow sauna is indispensable. Snow sauna, also known as cold sauna is a model of the final sauna in the sauna system. After going through the steam sauna, salt sauna, infrared sauna, and wet sauna, the snow sauna is the final process that the sauna user uses to help return body temperature to normal.
After going through the sauna process under the influence of temperature to help the body sweat and eliminate toxic substances, an indispensable final step is to balance body temperature, tighten pores. Therefore, you need to undergo cold sauna therapy.
This method brings the body temperature down after increasing the heat in the previous saunas, helping to close the pores and tighten the skin. At the temperature range from 0 – 5°C, the cold room will improve blood circulation, the cold air will cause the blood to concentrate on the surface of the skin and thus the cell renewal activity will restore the damaged skin areas injury.
Snow Room introduction
Saunas aren’t just heating up — they’re cooling down.
snow rooms, Like hot sauna counterparts, these spaces are small, enclosed rooms with places to sit. The difference is that snow rooms are chilled to a frosty 14 degrees Fahrenheit (or cooler) and generate real snow 365 days a year.
Why would people want a room filled with snow? after a session in the heat, the snow room offers a way to cool down. Fittingly, the philosophy behind the snow room stems from Finland, home of the sauna tradition. There, Finnish sauna bathers take a break from intense sauna heat by rolling in the snow or even taking a dip in icy waters before returning to the sauna.
In addition, the snow sauna offers a host of health benefits. When outside in winter, for example, the body releases energy to keep warm. While in a snow room, the cold temperatures work similarly to increase energy output, which can boost metabolism and activate the body cells to burn fat. The cold, yet dry air of the snow room also promotes respiratory health, improved blood circulation and alleviates sore, inflamed muscles, the company says. Nothing like a breath of cold, fresh air!
Ice Fountains introduction
Ice Fountains deliver crushed ice into a decorative bowl for an invigorating cool down body rub after a thermal treatment. The breathtaking change in temperature firms the skin, increases circulation, strengthens the immune system and refreshes the user. Ice Fountains can be the focal point of a room with design emphasis on decorative materials, shapes, lighting and colors, or can be a subtly recessed feature.