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    Monday to Thursday: 9:30 AM – 8:00 PM
    Friday: 9:30 AM – 7:00 PM
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    Sunday: Closed

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    Invigorate your body
    and mind

    Cold water immersion is an ancient practice. People from many cultures have been submerging themselves in cold water to treat and prevent health conditions for millennia. Now, modern science is supporting the practice, with numerous studies touting the benefits of cold plunge therapy for our health.

    Cold plunge therapy is widely used by professional and elite athletes to improve performance and help reduce injuries. It’s long been seen as an effective method to reduce inflammation and speed up recovery from intense workouts or injury.

    Now you can practice cold plunge therapy at our Bells Corners location for its many benefits, such as:

    • Boosting your immune system
    • Improving your circulation
    • Reducing anxiety
    • Deepening your sleep
    • Spiking your energy levels
    • Reducing inflammation in your body
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    Why do cold plunge therapy?

    If you suffer from poor circulation, not only is your blood flow compromised, but it can put immense stress on your heart. It can cause you to feel fatigue, headaches and regular muscle cramps. More alarmingly, it can cause high blood pressure leading to heart attack and stroke.

    Cold therapy helps ease inflammation by constricting the blood vessels in your body, bringing the blood flow closer to the vital organs and reducing swelling from excess fluid build-up. Some experts think that exposing the body to the shock of cold water forces it into survival mode, causing an increase in the amount of white blood cells produced by your bone marrow and enriching the blood in your body.

    After leaving the cold plunge tub, your blood vessels will expand to reinvigorate circulation and help to flush out parts of your immune system. This spurs your lymphatic system, a subsystem of the circulatory system with its own network of vessels, tissues, and organs. It helps defend the body against infection by supplying disease-fighting cells called lymphocytes, and collects excess fluid and particulate matter from your body’s tissues and deposits them in the bloodstream to be filtered.

    The promotion of lymphatic drainage by cold plunge therapy can have great implications for those suffering from autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS), arthritis, lupus, and psoriasis.

    Frequently asked questions about cold plunge therapy

    Cold plunge therapy is a self-administered treatment that requires no supervision from a therapist or nurse. Cold plunge involves a dip in icy cold water at temperatures as low as 5–10 degrees celsius. All bookings are for 20 minutes. You’re allowed a maximum of 10 minutes cold time in the plunge, and 10 minutes for clean-up or to shower afterwards. All bookings and fees are for 20 minutes no matter how much time you spend in the cold plunge.

    Contact us today to book a cold plunge therapy session