Whole body cryotherapy can improve our circadian rhythm which is also known as our sleep/wake cycle. If you are having trouble sleeping because of any kind of pain, inflammation, or soreness in the body, cryotherapy will help you get improved sleep. Exposing your body to extremely cold temperatures in cryotherapy will help diffuse inflammation and pain in the body, which will make you less restless while you sleep at night.
Cryotherapy can also benefit your sleep patterns because it creates positive hormone responses in your body. When your body is exposed to the extremely cold temperatures in whole body cryotherapy, your body produces hormones that are directly related to sleep and relaxation.
The intense sensation of cold will trigger your body to release the endorphin norepinephrine, a hormone and neurotransmitter primarily involved in the sleep-wake cycle, which helps you feel relaxed. This also acts as a mild sedative to help relax you and, in turn, help you get better sleep at night. It also affects your mood, level of energy, ability to focus, and your sleep-wake cycles. How your body directly responds to the intense exposure to cold temperatures causes your body to physically and mentally relax. This positive endorphin and chemical response of your brain will help reduce pain and inflammation, and will also help you clear your head and keep your mind from wandering so that you can sleep more soundly at night.
The best aspect of cryotherapy is that it is a totally natural way to relax and put your body and mind at ease for better sleep quality. Let us help you feel the difference and sleep better at Glastonbury Cryotherapy!
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