Who Is Cryotherapy For?

Cryo has paved a pathway to success by becoming the latest trend in the aesthetics and medical world. While it may not seem like it, there are many people that are still unaware of the benefits Cryo could have on their health and life. You might be thinking, “I wonder if I should try Cryo? Is it suitable for me and would it be worth it?”

To help you figure out your answer, here are some facts on what Cryo is and what you can expect.

What is Cryo?

Cryo is a treatment that involves the use of extremely cold and dry air in a chamber that helps promote a variety of benefits for your body. While Cryo is a time-tested practice, it is still a new trend in treatment, which makes people a little sceptical of its potential benefits. Especially for those who are unaccustomed to the cold and would want to make sure it’s worth it before putting themselves under such extreme temperatures. However, it is said to have provided alternative treatment for many ailments. The most popular form of cryo is whole body cryotherapy, which involves sitting in a cryo booth for three to five minutes while your body is exposed to the beneficial Nitrogenous air.  Here is an informative article on what you can expect after your first cryo treatment.

How does it work?

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A lot of the benefits we experience from cryotherapy has to do with the effects of extreme cold temperatures to our blood. Under the cryotherapy chamber, the body registers an emergency response to the extreme cold temperatures by preserving as much blood as it can. When this happens, it creates beneficial enzymes and nutrients which get released into the muscle once the temperature picks up again, relieving your muscle fatigue. It is also known to improve moods by facilitating the increased delivery of nutrients and hormones such as endorphins in the body.

The chambers are monitored by experienced professionals at all times during your session so you can feel safe and comfortable throughout the cryotherapy.

Who is it for?

Cryo has been known to help many people for different reasons. There are different cryo treatments for each purpose. Some of them include:

  • Cryolipolysis
  • Cellulite Reduction
  • Whole Body Cryotherapy
  • Cryofacial
  • Acne therapy
  • Anti-aging hand treatment
  • Sports and Injury
  • Pain reduction and inflammation treatment
  • Muscle and joint recovery  
  • Psoriasis, eczema and rheumatoid arthritis treatment.

While cryo has most commonly been known to help people with joint pains and other ailments, it also has more aesthetic benefits such as helping fat reduction. Cryotherapy can be used to target certain spots and promote fat loss with a non-invasive treatment where an infrared light is initially applied before freezing the cells in the specific area. It can also help with clearing acne for teens and adults as it is known to reduce inflammation in your body. This not only helps acne, but can help support common health problems such as diabetes, depression and arthritis. And though the temperatures may feel unpleasant, cryotherapy gets better which each treatment.

Cryo for Athletes and Celebrities

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Cryotherapy has also become exceptionally popular among celebrities. The procedure speeds up metabolism and aids in burning stubborn fat. Stars such as Mandy Moore and Daniel Craig use it to keep their body in top shape.

Athletes such as players from the Brisbane Roar Kings, have also sworn by cryo. And some athletes, like Cristiano Ronaldo, even took that extra step of getting a cryotherapy chamber installed in their home. Being intensely physically active can take a toll on your body no matter how well you try to maintain your routine, stretch or take care of your body. Cryo helps with pain relief and muscle healing instantly. To learn more about famous athletes that use the help of cryo to achieve their sports goal, click here.

Cryotherapy is generally safe and you usually don’t have to consult a doctor before going for a cryo spa treatment. However pregnant women. Children, people with high blood pressure and heart conditions are not recommended to try cryotherapy.


It may seem pointless to subject yourself to near freezing temperatures for a therapy you have never tried before. However, cryotherapy means something different to every individual as there are a lot benefits that come out of it. It is up to the individual to decide what they want out of the therapy.

So if you are wondering who cryotherapy for? Hopefully this article helped you figure out that cryo can benefit everyone, including you. Prices for each treatment can be found on the website and can vary depending on whether you purchase multiple sessions or single sessions. Whether you want to try cryo for ailments, sores, medical reasons or non-medical reasons, Cryo Australia does it all. Any other concerns you may have about cryotherapy can be answered with these FAQS. Or don’t hesitate to talk to our friendly staff to find out any more information.

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