Cold Room

The Benefits Of Cold 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

Cold Sauna

Cold sauna, also known as whole-body cryotherapy, is a type of therapy that involves exposing the body to extremely low temperatures for a short period of time.

During the cold sauna treatment, the body’s surface temperature drops rapidly, causing blood vessels to constrict and reducing blood flow to the extremities. This triggers a physiological response in the body, which activates the immune system, increases circulation, and promotes the release of endorphins, which can help reduce pain and inflammation.

Cold sauna has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, inflammation, and certain skin disorders. It has also been used by athletes to aid in recovery after intense training sessions or competitions.

Snow Room

A snow room is a type of spa treatment that involves spending time in a room kept at very low temperatures, typically between -10°C (14°F) and -18°C (0°F). The room is usually covered in snow or ice, and the low temperature is achieved through the use of refrigeration systems.

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. During a snow room session, the low temperature is believed to stimulate blood circulation and boost the immune system, leading to a range of potential health benefits. The experience is also said to have a rejuvenating effect on the skin and to help alleviate stress and anxiety.

Ice Fountain

An ice fountain is a feature commonly found in spas and wellness centers that is used as a part of a hydrotherapy treatment. It typically consists of a bowl or basin filled with ice chips or cubes, and a fountain that sprays cold water over the ice, creating a refreshing mist that can be used to cool down the body after a sauna or steam room session.

The ice fountain is often used in conjunction with other hydrotherapy treatments, such as hot and cold baths or contrast showers, to help stimulate blood flow, reduce inflammation, and promote relaxation. The cold temperature of the ice and water can help constrict blood vessels and reduce swelling, while the refreshing mist can help cool down the body and provide a soothing sensation.


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