Health benefits - polar dive

Cold therapy & ice bath health benefits

Increased energy

Everyone wakes up differently—double shots of coffee, a fast workout, etc. If you need a quick morning or afternoon boost, try an icy cold immersion. Many people try cold plunging to enhance their vitality!

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Enhanced recovery & performance

Cold therapy benefits your body beyond mental and biological factors. Cold water therapy has been used in sports medicine for years to aid muscle rehabilitation.

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Immune system support

Immersion in cold water activates leukocytes, which are white blood cells that aid in the defense against illness. Moreover, it results in the contraction of the lymphatic system, which pushes fluid through the lymph nodes. Your immune system will be strengthened and your body will be detoxified by this procedure. Immersion in cold water has been found in to significantly reduce upper respiratory tract infections.

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boosted mood & motivation

Cold therapy boosts baseline dopamine. Motivation is linked to dopamine in the brain and body. Dopamine can improve focus and motivation to achieve goals. It has long been linked to daily energy by researchers. There is strong evidence that a shortage of dopamine can cause depression, thus a chilly plunge may help enhance mood and minimize depression! Ask anyone who has jumped into frigid water!

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Pain & Stress Relief

Consistent cold baths raise norepinephrine by 5x. This neurotransmitter greatly reduces inflammation and chronic pain. Additionally, It reduces cortisol, making cold water therapy an effective stress reduction supplement. A study found that regular cold showers and ice baths reduced anxiety and improved happiness.

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Better Sleep

When you dive into the frigid Ice Pod, your body initiates the autonomic nerve system. This system, which regulates your reaction to stress, is a network of nerves and veins that is divided into two sections. You'll probably notice that you start to regulate your relaxation and sleep when you start to master your reaction to stress.

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