If it’s anything like the name-you WILL ‘cry.’
Save the polar bear challenges with you and all the homies running near-naked into oceans in dead of winter or those cold water carnival dunks–thinking you’ve braved the elements and done-did somethin.’
I’m gonna have to believe therapy method works because I did read somewhere, some time ago, that to rev up your metabolism and burn calories, it’s best to sleep in a cold room (rather than a warm one).
So when I read that the newest celebrity beauty trend was a treatment called cryotherapy-where you cozy up to 292 degrees below-zero temperature for up to three minutes in a chamber, it sounded like something that coincided with that piece of information I’d read about sleeping in cold rooms.
Provided one is willing to risk hypothermia to stand 3 minutes in 292 degrees below zero, the benefits [boost to the metabolism, reduction of inflammation and increased energy levels] outweigh the risks (depending on who you ask).
Kobe refers to it as “The Evil Device” but obviously has virtuous benefits.
Are you cold enough to do this ?