Cryotherapy Reduces Migraine Symptoms

Cryotherapy Reduces Migraine Symptoms

Cryotherapy – literally “cold therapy” – is one of many new trends in mental and physical health. Cryotherapy is known to reduce symptoms of migraines, numbs nerve irritation and even reduces arthritic pain, making it a popular choice amongst individuals of all ages looking to create a more stress-free lifestyle.

So what exactly is it?

cryotherapy reduces migraine symptoms

As you can guess from the name, Cryotherapy involves exposure of the body to cold temperatures – we’re talking -150°C! There are a number of ways to do this. Most commonly, you can experience this wonderful health treatment through a Cryotherapy chamber (and maybe discover some secrets while you’re at it).

So what exactly is a Cryotherapy chamber?

Simply put, a Cryotherapy chamber is an individual, tube-shaped enclosure that covers a person’s body. It includes an open-top, ensuring that your head stays at room temperature.

Sufferers of migraines, nerve irritation, mood disorders and arthritis are using Cryotherapy more and more. Stunningly, some scientists even believe it can treat low-risk tumours!

So where can you experience this wonderful treatment?

One of the best places in Sydney to receive this incredible treatment is none other than Zero In, a top-of-the-range health and wellness group based in Leichhardt. 

At Zero In, their Cryotherapy experience will have you looking good and feeling good. Uniquely, their treatment has led to physical benefits like weight loss, improved skin quality and reduced cellulite. Sensory benefits have also included elevated moods, reduced fatigue and reduced inflammation or pain. Most importantly, Zero In’s Cryotherapy experience leaves you sleeping better, with an increased metabolism and enhanced immune system.

Book your appointment with Zero In today.

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J.A. Matsos

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