The Ultimate Wellness Ritual
The healthiest thing you can do is immerse yourself in cold water. All of these wonderful advantages will be yours in a matter of minutes.
- Immune system support
- Increase blood flow
- Reduce chronic pain
- Boost your metabolism
- Better sleep
- Boost in energy
- Elevate mood
- Practice discipline
- Increased resilience
- Lower inflammation
- Reduce muscle soreness
- Boost performance
Cold, Clean Water. Within Reach.
The Plunge provides clean, cold water that stays cold throughout your entire treatment. The circulation and filtration maintains a constant temperature to give your body the best treatment possible.
Everyone has a different way of waking up, such as two shots of espresso, a brief workout, etc. Cold plunging might be the solution if you're seeking for a quick way to start your morning or an afternoon pick-me-up. When looking for a fresh alternative to increase their everyday energy, many people turn to cold plunging!
Recovery / Performance
The benefits of taking a cold plunge go beyond your body's physical and chemical components. For years, cold water therapy has been used in sports medicine to aid in your muscles' active healing.
Leukocytes, the white blood cells that aid in disease resistance, are stimulated when submerged in cold water. The lymphatic system also constricts as a result, driving fluid through the lymph nodes. This procedure helps to improve your immune system and purify your body. To significantly reduce upper respiratory tract infections, according to a research.
Cold diving has the potential to raise your dopamine levels at rest. The molecule in our bodies and brains associated with motivation is called dopamine. Dopamine, according to Dr. Andrew Huberman, can increase our capacity for sustained attention and reduce our threshold for taking precise action.
For some time now, scientists have understood how it relates to our daily energy. A cold plunge may assist to lessen depression and enhance mood in general because there is a lot of evidence that a shortage of norepinephrine can cause depression. However, don't take our word for it—ask anyone who has ever dove!
It has been demonstrated that regular ice baths can increase norepinephrine by up to 5 times. This neurotransmitter significantly lessens inflammation and aids in the treatment of chronic pain.
By lowering the stress hormone cortisol, cold water therapy has been found to be an effective adjunct therapy for stress alleviation. According to a study, participants' anxiety levels decreased and their moods were lifted when they regularly took ice baths and cold showers.
Your body's autonomic nerve system is triggered as you dip into the Plunge. This system, which consists of a network of capillaries and nerves divided into two sections, regulates how you react to stress. You'll probably discover that you start to regulate your relaxation and sleep when you start to control how you react to stress.