What is Cryo?
Cryo uses gasified nitrogen to activate the body’s powerfully healing “cold-shock response.” During the session, blood will rush to the core and revs up metabolism to create heat. After, blood returns to the extremities more oxygenated, and carrying newly released neurotransmitters that can dramatically lower inflammation, increase collagen levels, boost mood, accelerate recovery, and increase focus...among many other benefits.
INTRO TO CRYO VIDEO
+ How many treatments should I do?
We recommend 5-10 treatments in close succession (separated by 1-2 days) to maximize your results. After that, you can slow to once every week or two weeks to maintain and improve your results.
+ Is it safe?
Yes. A Reboot team member will be with you the whole time and you’ll be breathing normal room-air with oxygen. In addition, there are oxygen sensors to make sure everything is working properly.
+ Can I float and cryo in the same day?
Absolutely and we highly recommend it! You'll start by boosting your energy with cryotherapy and end with the float, leaving you feeling zen and relaxed.
+How cold will it get? Is it painful?
Our beginner level is -165 and the coldest setting is -220, but it sounds much colder than it feels. Most people exit with a huge smile on thier face. You'll choose your music so you can dance around and the 3 minutes go by fast. If you find yourself too cold, you can get out at any time, but it rarely happens.
+How will I feel after the session?
During each session the body releases endorphins, which are hormones that make you feel good and energetic. The mood-enhancing effects from each session can last for days.
+What do I wear during the session?
Do I have to shower before or after?
Who should not do cryotherapy
FIRST CRYO WALKTHROUGH
Dr. Rhonda Patrick has a Ph.D in biomedical science and is a renowned expert on nutritional health, brain & aging. Below, you can find her 20-page report that explains how cold shock is a type of hormesis, which is a description of a type of stress that, in the right doses, is enough to shock the body and kick off adaptive processes and response mechanisms that are hardwired into our genes, and, once on, are able to create a resilience that actually exceeds what was needed to counter the initial stimuli. Rhonda discusses how cold exposure increases norepinephrine up to 5-fold in the brain and what the temperature and duration needed to do this are, how norepinephrine has an effect on mood, vigilance, focus, and attention, how cold exposure increases cold shock proteins including one in the brain that repairs damaged synapses and in muscle prevents atrophy, how cold-induced norepinephrine lowers inflammation and pain by decreasing the levels of 3 inflammatory mediators, how chronic cold shock may increase immune cell numbers and particularly a type of immune cell that kills cancer cells, how cold exposure increases metabolic rate, the number of mitochondria, and the burning of fat, what the effects of different cold exposure temperatures and timing are on athletic performance, recovery time, and muscle mass
Dr. Rhonda Patrick & Joe Rogan on Cryotherapy