When people talk about cryotherapy, they’re often referring to whole body cryotherapy—think entering a cold chamber instead of using ice packs on individual muscles. In whole body cryotherapy (WBC), you’re immersed in extremely cold air for two to three minutes (we’re talking temps that often run between -200° and -300° Fahrenheit. Yeah, brrrrr!). The cold chamber may be cylindrical, with an open top, or it might be totally enclosed. Because it’s so cold, it’s common to wear gloves, socks, and mouth and ear protection. People turn to this treatment to help manage conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, migraines, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, depression, and anxiety. It’s said to improve blood circulation, increase metabolism, and improve workout recovery time.
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Sorry if this is a repost but I didn’t see what I wrote before live. I bought a package of hyperbaric oxygen chamber sessions but I’m not going to use them all since I am doing hyperbaric ozone too. I have 7 sessions left that I would sell if anyone is interested. Each treatment is 1 hour. It’s from Cryoempire. You can DM me.
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The Ultimate Health Podcast: Luke Storey - Find Your Style • Biohacking In A Big City • Kundalini Yoga 101
Luke Storey is a former Hollywood celebrity fashion stylist that’s spent the past twenty-one years developing and refining the ultimate lifestyle. He’s a transformational coach, public speaker, and entrepreneur that continues to share his strategies for healing and happiness through his lifestyle design coaching system, YouTube channel, and wildly popular podcast, The Life Stylist. Since 2008, Luke has also served as Founder and CEO at School of Style, the nation's most prominent fashion school for stylists. In this episode, we discuss: How Luke went from fashion stylist to life stylist To make it in business... use the "fire, aim, ready" technique Luke's self destructive past Taking your style to the next level Dress for your body type Find your spirt animal when it comes to style Biohacking in a big city Luke's morning routine and what he adds to his morning water Collecting your own spring water The best type of magnesium supplement Cold showers greatly reduce anxiety Why cryotherapy is something you may want to consider Vedic meditation What is "the real work?" Kundalini yoga 101 Float tanks are something you should try, at least 3 times Stop fighting reality The biggest life hack of them all Work at removing all negativity from your life
Simply Walk The Talk: Ben Feinson & Cyrofuel
This week, we're chilling out with Ben Feinson - founder of Cryofuel, a NYC cryotherapy treatment. After spending 8 years in the UK fitness industry, Ben felt he had personally achieved everything he wanted in this line of work, but still had a huge passion for wellness - which sparked the move to help start Cryofuel. He was lucky enough to be able to move to New York and work with very inspirational people in this company, who are actually his own family members. Tune in to hear about his journey and perspective on the wellness industry.
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC): A "Cool" Trend that Lacks Evidence, Poses Risks. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC): A "Cool" Trend that Lacks Evidence, Poses Risks.
- Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. Decreased Oxidative Stress in Male Patients with Active Phase Ankylosing Spondylitis Who Underwent Whole-Body Cryotherapy in Closed Cryochamber. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity. Decreased Oxidative Stress in Male Patients with Active Phase Ankylosing Spondylitis Who Underwent Whole-Body Cryotherapy in Closed Cryochamber.
- Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. Cold panniculitis: Adverse cutaneous effect of whole-body cryotherapy.
- Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine. Whole-body cryotherapy: empirical evidence and theoretical perspectives. Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine. Whole-body cryotherapy: empirical evidence and theoretical perspectives.