Mimis Vasiliou

17
Oct

How does whole-body and local cryotherapy combat and suppress inflammation?

Inflammation can occur in different parts of our body and is due to various causes that we will explain below. How, however, can we combat and suppress an inflammation effectively without the use of anti-inflammatory drugs and other similar formulations. Of course using whole-body cryotherapy and local if the inflammation is obvious. -Whole-Body Cryotherapy and Inflammation During whole-body cryotherapy, the

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17
Oct

What is Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory, autoimmune and evolutionary disease that primarily affects the joints, but not many other organs. It is the most common inflammatory rheumatic disease. It usually affects people aged 35-55, but it can also occur in people of any age, even in children. -What are the causes and how does rheumatoid arthritis develop? From the etiological

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17
Oct

How can we lose 800 calories in just three minutes with Cryosauna and full-body Cryotherapy?

When we enter the cryosauna, we enter only with our underwear and with special gloves and booties given to us by the individual operator of the cryosauna machine. The cabin creates an icy atmosphere from -120C to -170C, but our body temperature remains at 36.6C. In order for this body to succeed, as long as we are in the cold,

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17
Oct

How does the use of the Cryosauna and full-body Cryotherapy before and after the jogging significantly help?

Running is a basic form of exercise synonymous with empowerment, rejuvenation and wellness. It runs as a sequence of strikes, alternating between the two legs. The stride of each leg can be roughly divided into three phases, support, movement, and restoration. Support and movement are made when the foot is in contact with the ground. Recovery occurs when the foot

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17
Oct

Cryosauna and how it helps to eliminate cellulite

The term “cellulite” refers to the deposition of fat and water between the skin and the underlying layer, accompanied by reduced elastic connective tissue and has the characteristic form of “orange peel” on the skin. It is caused by poor local blood flow, which results in fat cells in that area not being well fed. So the body, instead of

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16
Oct

Dermatitis you directly fight with the method of Full and Local Cryotherapy

It has been shown that skin diseases such as dermatitis and psoriasis are directly controlled by the Full-Body and Local Cryotherapy method. More specifically, Whole-Body Cryotherapy is a process in which our bodies are applied at very low temperatures. The process takes place within a Cryosauna machine and takes just 3 minutes. During this time, and with temperatures ranging from

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16
Oct

How is cell regeneration related to the Cryotherapy method?

The regeneration of cells by cryotherapy is a sure and immediate result. Modern “Whole-Body Cryotherapy”, or “Cryosauna”, is based on the Japanese method of Dr. Yamaguchi, who in 1978 began using short-term skin cooling treatments to alleviate the pain of his patients with arthritis. Dr. Yamaguchi discovered that this cooling process created a direct regeneration of the cells of the

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16
Oct

How does detoxifying our body affiliate to Cryotherapy

The detoxification of our body is one of the multiple and immediate effects of Cryotherapy. Full-body Cryotherapy is a process in which our bodies are applied at very low temperatures. The process takes place in a Cryosauna machine and takes just 3 minutes. During this time, and with temperatures ranging from -120 C˚ to -170 C˚, the nervous system is

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16
Oct

How does Cryosauna and Local Cryotherapy affiliate to collagen production?

The production of collagen is enhanced by the use and help of the cryosauna. Collagen is a protein made up of amino acids (like all proteins), which in turn are made of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. Collagen contains specific amino acids – Glycine, proline, hydroxyproline and arginine. Collagen is found in nature, exclusively in animals, and especially in flesh and

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16
Oct

Properties of Whole-body Cryotherapy

Whole-body Cryotherapy is a process in which our bodies are applied at very low temperatures. The process takes place within a machine called Cryosauna and takes just 3 minutes. During this time, and with temperatures ranging from -120 C˚ to -170 C˚, the nervous system is excited through our skin receptors and peripheral vasoconstriction is induced. This procedure has been

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