Cold Plunge

Cold Plunge Therapy

Why Cold Plunge?

Cold plunge or cold therapy is an excellent tool for reducing pain, inflammation and swelling.

Besides physical benefits, cold plunge also has lots of mental health benefits.

Submerging in the Cold Plunge for a few minutes at a time, can help increase your energy, mental strength and resilience while simultaneously working on reduction of your aches and pains!

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Benefits of Cold Plunge?

  • Boost your metabolism
  • Immune system support
  • Increase blood flow
  • Reduce chronic pain
  • Better sleep
  • Boost in energy
  • Elevate mood
  • Practice discipline
  • Increased resilience
  • Lower inflammation
  • Reduce muscle soreness
  • Boost performance
  • Skin health
  • Potential fat loss

Is Cold plunge safe?

Cold Plunge is safe for most people, however, there are a few things we recommend. If you are experiencing medical issues that might be affected by cold therapy, please check with your doctor before plunging.

How does it work?

The water in the Cold Plunge is constantly circulating and at 50℉ to 52℉. This action is done when water is pumped out on both sides of the tub, cooled by the chiller, and then pumped back in. Sitting in “moving” water pulls the heat away from your body faster compared to sitting in the still water of the same temperature.

How long should I be in the Cold Plunge?

We recommend 10 full breaths inhale / exhale or around 3-6 minutes maximum. You don’t need to be in the cold for very long to get the benefits. Going longer doesn’t increase the benefits in a meaningful way in most cases and can be detrimental.

How is the Cold Plunge cleaned?

The Cold Plunge comes with the ozone and the UV filter. The ozone filter injects ozone into the tub water by charging oxygen to create ozone, which acts as an oxygenator.

The ozone in the water neutralizes contaminants. and cleans the water by removing things like hydrogen sulfide, manganese, iron, viruses, and bacteria. It does this by causing them to become unstable and break down.

The UV filter in the Cold Plunge also works by inactivating contaminants. These are things like bacteria, E. coli, and viruses.

UVC light has a particular wavelength that disrupts the DNA of microorganisms, which stops them from multiplying.