When You Need a Boost

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When You Need a Boost

When You Need a Boost

Approximately 20 million people in the United States suffer from depression annually. Women are twice as likely as men to experience depression.

The ultra-cool air used in Whole Body Cryotherapy triggers the release of a higher-than normal level of endorphins and other “feel-good” hormones in the brain. The added endorphins and elevated levels of adrenaline produced during a WBC session have led many users to report that they experience enhanced mood and increased energy thanks to the innovative treatment offered at Cryotherapy Bellmore in New York.

It’s important to note that people who are depressed are more likely to contract colds and come down with whatever bug is going around than their non-depressed counterparts. A visit to a cryotherapy spa may help you get through cold season unscathed and may provide some relief from the other symptoms of depression, which can include difficulty concentrating, remembering details and making decisions; fatigue and decreased energy; irritability, restlessness; and feelings of hopelessness.

Almost everyone will feel sad, lonely or down at various times in their lives. Depression can actually be a normal reaction to some of the challenges that life throws our way – like the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship or the loss of a job. In these cases, WBC may provide welcome assistance.

When sad, anxious or empty feelings become overwhelming, involve physical symptoms and persist for long periods of time, it can interfere with your quality of life. Clinical depression is a serious illness. If you think you or someone you love may be suffering from depression, please seek medical care.

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