WBC stimulates the nervous system through skin receptors,
causing dramatic peripheral vasoconstriction. This induces adaptive changes correlating with effects of analgesia,
reduction of inflammation, and increases in serum markers of tissue repair.
He started using freezing treatments of short duration on his rheumatoid arthritis patients’
skin surface for pain management purposes. He concluded that rapid short-term freezing of
the skin’s surface led to immediate release of endorphins and is more effective than gradual cooling in an ice bath.
Further research conducted over the last two decades in Europe has established
WBC as a powerful treatment for inflammatory disorders and injuries.
The cryosauna uses gasiform nitrogen to rapidly lower the skin’s top layer to 32°F while
cabin temperature drops to a range of (minus) -220°F to -274°F.
During the two to three minutes of extreme cold, the brain stimulates the body’s
organ regulatory functions resulting in energy increase,
cell rejuvenation, immune system boost, and overall system self-healing.