Cryostimulation allows the human body to be enveloped in ultra-low temperature, oxygenated, CryoVapor (TM) air streams for a short period of time. This ultimate cold experience has been shown to shorten recovery time, reduce inflammation and increase performance. Most of the current research has been focused on athletic recovery and the natural pain management of arthritis. The use of ultra-low temperature cryostimulation has also been documented to aid in the treatment of depression, fibromyalgia, anxiety and the enhancement of the immune system response while decreasing inflammatory markers.

Please find below the infographic, links to several clinical studies that concern whole body cryostimulation. In the near future Cryoregenex will also begin hosting a series of webinars discussing this research and specifically how temperature rate has a greater function than absolute temperature on the human response to cryostimulation. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at



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