Our Ice Bath 2.0 turns the world of cold therapy on its head, offering all the benefits of ice bathing – without getting wet.
The body is enveloped by a patented membrane, but remains dry. This method offers a safe and non-invasive form of cold therapy at temperatures of 4 to 6 degrees. It is an accessible alternative to traditional cold therapy methods such as ice baths, while providing the same positive effects for the body. Combined with the increasingly popular Dry Floating, our Ice Bath 2.0 offers the perfect application for any facility – gym, wellness, spa or practice.
The membrane with its double edge and serrated strand guarantees such a heat exchange and immersion effect. In this way, the membrane offers the same advantages as nitrogen cryotherapy and immersion in cold water. Thus, the benefits of cold therapy can be fully utilised. At the same time, the dry application ensures greater versatility and significantly reduces the risks associated with the application.
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Ice baths are practices where people immerse or bathe in ice-cold water for health benefits or to expose themselves to a special experience.
Ice baths can help strengthen the immune system, improve circulation, relieve inflammation, improve mood and increase resistance to stress.
Ice baths cause the body to react to cold, causing the heart to beat faster, blood flow to increase and the body to try to generate heat. This can trigger various positive effects.
People with certain health conditions such as heart problems, low blood pressure or cold intolerance should be careful or avoid ice baths. Safety measures such as gradual habituation and observation are important.
The frequency of ice baths can vary depending on individual goals and tolerance. Some people practice them daily, while others enjoy them less often.
Yes, there are electric cold chambers that provide a controlled environment for cold exposure. These chambers allow for precise temperature settings and shorter exposure times.
Ice baths are not suitable for everyone. People with certain health concerns should consult their doctor beforehand. It is important to pay attention to your own body’s reaction.
The duration can vary, typically starting with a few seconds to a few minutes. It is important to pay attention to personal tolerance and the body’s response.