If your suffering from menopause and want to try a wholistic approach come and try Cryotherapy to minimize symptoms. Cryotherapy is a medical physical treatment widely used in sports medicine. However, in recent studies it is confirmed it will aid anti-inflammatory, anti-analogies, and anti-oxidant conditions. In addition to its therapeutic effects, whole-body cryotherapy has been demonstrated to be a preventive strategy against various health conditions.

You’ve officially entered menopause when you have 12 missed periods in a row. This natural life stage typically starts around your mid-40s to mid-50s and can last for several years. Estrogen and progesterone are the primary female hormones related to reproduction. When ovarian function declines with age, ovulation doesn’t occur regularly. This will lead to irregular or missed periods. Eventually, the ovaries stop ovulating altogether, and periods stop completely. This results in lower levels of estrogen and progesterone production by your ovaries. Cryotherapy resets your hormones essentially minimizing your symptoms associated with the effects of these hormonal changes.

Skeletal and muscular systems can be a complaint of women going through menopause, this can cause joints to become stiff and achy. It may also reduce symptoms of joint pain as Cryo lowers your inflammatory markers. The nervous system effects your overall mood.  Cryotherapy has been demonstrated to be a preventative strategy against deleterious effects of inflammation and soft tissue pain.

Suffering from menopause you may feel happy and like yourself one day but then down the next. Cryotherapy can improve mood by increasing the production of dopamine a compound present in the body as a neurotransmitter and a precursor of other substances including adrenaline.
Menopause causes your body to reserve energy more, which means you won’t burn calories and fat as easily. This can lead to weight gain. Menopausal women are also more prone to gaining weight around their midline. Cryotherapy boosts your metabolic rate and you can burn up to 800 calories in the 3 minutes. Cryotherapy has also been shown to mimic exercise response, as it effects myokines expression in an exercise-like fashion, thus opening another possible window on the therapeutic strategies for metabolic disease such as obesity and weight gain related to Menopause.

The endocrine system includes the hormones responsible for reproduction. These include the hormones related to menopause, or in this case, a lack thereof: Estrogen and progesterone. Cryotherapy will improve your hormone balance and decreased symptoms related to Menopause.

Itchy skin can occur with menopause, Cryo will decrease the inflammatory response that creates these symptoms and helps with many skin conditions including this calming the itchy sensation you will see results in as little as 1-2 sessions.
Hot flashes are among the most talked about effects of menopause. These occur from a lack of estrogen. They can also last a few years after menopause, Cryotherapy has been shown to improve hormonal response and balancing which will decrease hot flashes during menopause.

While menopause means you won’t have any more periods and can no longer get pregnant, the decrease in Estrogen also has several other effects on the body as mentioned Cryotherapy can significant improve symptoms related to menopause.

The changes observed are due to cryotherapy-induced alternation in the blood supply to the skin and subcutaneous tissue, as well as to modulation of the activity of aromatase which is responsible for conversion of testosterone and androstenedione to Estrogen.

We are offering a giveaway to the first 10 people who buy a 10 pack from us here at Cryo performance. A book from best selling author, naturopath, nutritionist, and specialist in women health and hormones Sam Be a Patrick. Sam is a regular at Cryoperformance at Robina and loves seeing people have results from the chamber who are suffering from menopause.

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