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 connective tissues of mammals. Collagen is a part of the connective tissue and helps the skin in the stability, flexibility and continuous renewal of the skin cells. Collagen is vital for the elasticity and youthful appearance of the skin.

The ligaments are another type of connective tissue that connects two bones and therefore keeps the joints together. The tendons are similar but of a different type that connect the muscles to the bones. All of these tissues are made up of protein. One of the dominant proteins is called collagen!

Collagen helps to give strength to various body structures and also protects the skin by preventing the absorption and spread of pathogens such as toxins, microorganisms, etc.

Collagen is also present in all muscle tissues, blood vessels, heart, etc. Finally, collagen is the main ingredient for hair and nails!

That is why, with the correct and frequent use of the cryosauna, it strengthens our body, gains flexibility, improves the look and texture on our skin, hair and nails.

*Cryosauna and Anti-ageing

With age, as mentioned above, collagen and its production in the body is decreasing and slowing down. The skin becomes thinner and more prone to damage and relaxation. The tendons and ligaments become less elastic, the joints have stiffness, and so on.

A solution to this problem is the whole-body cryosauna and the local cryotherapy.