Whole Body Cryotherapy For Fibromyalgia

cryotherapy for fibromyalgia

Cryotherapy is a kind of treatment that minimizes inflammation in the body. Therefore, there are claims that it can also help treat fibromyalgia pain and symptoms. In fact, some patients attest to good results with whole body cryotherapy for fibromyalgia.

What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy originates from Japan. This treatment makes use of a device known as cryosauna. During the treatment, a patient will stand in a chamber with the head above the chamber. Next, a fog of liquid will be pumped into the chamber, which will lower the temperature up to  -100∘ C. After the procedure, patients reported feeling more energized and that their pain has been reduced.

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4 Comments

  • I had tried so many products with no luck I have severe fribo and had it for twenty years I am a complete different person than what I used to be fibro is soul destroying nothing will ever be the same again gone from very stronge women to now can’t even put my own shoes on so debilitataing

    • Hi Kathy, I wanted to message you to say I understand. I have severe fibro & had it for 25 years. My life has completely changed too, I’m not the person I was. I don’t do many fun things these & spend a lot of time alone. I’m here if you want to chat.We could try & cheer each other up as best we can.
      Hope you have as good a day as possible.
      Take care
      Izzie

  • This was me too! I was a very strong woman, I worked a full time physically demanding job, a ran a farm, had a large garden, canned my own foods, and not to mention my yard was always largely decorated with numerous flower gardens and I weeded the whole property by hand. I now can’t even run my two miles every morning, walk across the street to get my mail, or even do simple daily things anymore. It is very soul and dream crushing. I’ve become just a shell of the person I once was.

  • I would like to be able to workout and loose weight but I’m in so much pain I can’t
    with fibro I can’t. Why is it some doctors don’t believe the pain is really bad? This is debilitating no quality of life.

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