“Installing an oxygen-enriched room at high altitude is relatively simple and inexpensive, and there will be a promise for improving sleep quality, well-being, and work capacity.” Read More.
Effectiveness of different cryotherapies on pain and disease activity in active rheumatoid arthritis. A randomised single blinded controlled trial.
“Pain seemed to decrease more in patients in the whole-body cryotherapy at -110 degrees C than during other cryotherapies.” Read More.
“The combined results suggest that a variable indoor environment with frequent cold exposures might be an acceptable and economic manner to increase energy expenditure and may contribute to counteracting the current obesity epidemic.” Read More.
“Cryotherapy seems to be an effective treatment modality for keloids of recent onset, particularly smaller lesions”. Read More.
“These findings, despite such limitations as a small sample size, suggest a possible role for WBCT as a short-term adjuvant treatment for mood and anxiety disorders.” Read More.
“We found 3 well-documented cases of advanced cancers, confirmed by histopathologic review, where patients had unexpectedly long survival times after receiving high-dose intravenous vitamin C therapy.” Read More.
Intravenous Micronutrient Therapy (Myers’ Cocktail) for Fibromyalgia: A Placebo-Controlled Pilot Study.
“At 8 weeks, the IVMT group experienced significantly improved tender points, pain, depression, and quality of life directly following treatment”. Read More
“Mood states of cancer patients were assessed pre- and post-41.8 degrees C whole-body hyperthermia using the Profile of Mood States questionnaire. … a significant improvement in depression was evident through 72 h following treatment.” Read More.
“Sauna bathing facilitates the removal of hyperkeratotic scales in psoriasis, and the use of petrolatum, emollient creams or topical antipsoriatic regimens has been found to be beneficial for many patients. Dermatophytes and other infective microorganisms are easily killed by the heat of the sauna.” Read More.
Heat acclimation responses of an ultra-endurance running group preparing for hot desert-based competition.
“Heat acclimation induces adaptations that improve exercise tolerance in hot conditions.” Read More.