All studies listed by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), PubMed (220+ current Whole Body Cryotherapy Studies) have been performed using the refrigerated walk-in chambers (-110C/-166F), not using liquid nitrogen systems often promoted with temperature ranges from -240F to -300F.
The outcomes related to therapy are based on skin temperature drops from the whole body exposure achieved in and around the core where the body's thermoreception (skin regulators) are greatest. Whole body ambient room treatments have far superior cumulative outcomes data, safety profile, and should be considered the only True Whole Body Cryotherapy modality of treatment. If you are interested in learning more, we recommend you visit the NIH PubMed website to do your own review.
Wikipedia has released a definition of whole body cryotherapy vs partial body cooling comparison of the US Cryotherapy walk-in and electric based systems compared with the nitrogen cooled forced air saunas: to educate more on the unique advantages offered by US Cryotherapy, click here.
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