Studies into Cryotherapy have shown that it can help improve your quality of sleep and can help with insomnia.
Since Cryotherapy exposes your body to extremely cold temperatures (for a short period of time), there is an increase in the production of norepinephrine. Norepinephrine is a hormone that affects your sleep cycles and also activates your REM sleep. As it affects your REM sleep, it can help you to stay asleep for longer. Cryotherapy helps to regulate monoamine neurotransmitters in our body, therefore helping to promote better sleep.
*Disclaimer, Flow Recovery is not claiming that Cryotherapy definitely promotes this, this is based on any scientific research we have accumulated. Everyone’s experience may differ.*