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The Power of a Cold Plunge Paired with or without Our Traditional Sauna
Cold water immersion can reduce inflammation and swelling, which is beneficial for people with inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.
Cold water immersion can stimulate the release of adrenaline and other hormones, providing a natural energy boost and reducing feelings of fatigue.
Cold water immersion can activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which can reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.
Sweating is the body’s natural way of eliminating toxins, and infrared saunas can help promote sweating to support detoxification.
Immune System Support
Regular use of a sauna helps support the immune system by increasing circulation and promoting the elimination of toxins from the body.
Sauna therapy may help reduce muscle and joint pain, as well as inflammation, by increasing blood flow and oxygenation to affected areas.
Some studies suggest that sauna therapy may help support weight loss by increasing metabolism and burning calories.
Saunas improve skin health by increasing blood flow to the skin, promoting collagen production, and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
The relaxation induced by the heat of an infrared sauna can help reduce stress and promote relaxation, which can have a positive impact on overall wellbeing.
What do I need to wear?
You must wear a bathing suit.
Do I need to bring anything?
Nope, just yourself and a water bottle to make sure you stay hydrated. You are welcome to bring your own towels. We will provide two towels for your use.
How hot does the Sauna get?
up to 194°F
How cold does the QoolPod get?
The water in the Cold Plunge is around 50°F.
Are there any contraindications for the Sauna?
sauna therapy is generally considered safe for most people, but there are some contraindications that should be considered before using a sauna:
- Cardiovascular Issues: Individuals with a history of cardiovascular disease or heart problems should consult with their healthcare provider before using an infrared sauna, as the heat can increase heart rate and put additional strain on the cardiovascular system.
- Medications: Certain medications may interact with the heat from an infrared sauna, so it is important to consult with a healthcare provider before using an infrared sauna if you are taking any medications.
- Skin Conditions: People with sensitive skin or skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, or rosacea may find that the heat from an infrared sauna aggravates their condition.
- Alcohol Use: Drinking alcohol before or during an infrared sauna session can be dangerous, as it can increase the risk of dehydration and dizziness.
- Pregnancy: Pregnant women should avoid using an infrared sauna, as the heat can be harmful to the developing fetus.
- Acute illness: Individuals with an acute illness, such as a fever or flu, should avoid using an infrared sauna, as the heat can worsen symptoms and increase the risk of dehydration.
Overall, it is important to speak with a healthcare provider before trying any sauna, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or concerns.
Are there any contraindications for the Plunge or Contrast Therapy?
Cold plunge or contrast therapy can be beneficial for most people when done correctly and safely. However, there are some contraindications that you should be aware of.
Firstly, people with certain medical conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes should consult with their doctor before attempting cold plunge or contrast therapy. These conditions may make it dangerous to immerse oneself in cold water or expose oneself to extreme temperatures.
Additionally, individuals with respiratory conditions such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) should avoid cold plunge or contrast therapy, as the sudden temperature changes may trigger their symptoms.
Pregnant women and individuals with open wounds or injuries should also avoid cold plunge or contrast therapy, as it may increase the risk of complications.
Lastly, people with a history of seizures or epilepsy should avoid cold plunge or contrast therapy, as the sudden temperature changes may trigger a seizure.
It’s always a good idea to speak with your healthcare provider before trying any new form of therapy or treatment, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or concerns.