Hacking is everywhere, while mostly nefarious in nature, there is actually one form of hacking that’s good for you – “Biohacking.”
According to Dave Asprey – aka “the Bulletproof Executive” and founder of Bulletproof Coffee – “Biohacking is the art and science of changing the environment around you and inside you, so you have more control over your own biology”
Biohacking techniques that curb inflammation improve sleep and boost brain fuel play a key role in creating more mitochondria, also known as the “Powerhouse of our cells” enabling us to turn back the clock on ageing, not only how we look but also how we feel. Who doesn’t want to look better, feel better and live longer? We all know that taking good care of yourself by eating clean, exercising, drinking plenty of water and ensuring you are getting enough rest are the basics for living well however using technology in biohacking can be the real game-changer and that’s where Whole Body Cryotherapy (WBC) comes in.
WBC is all about tricking (hacking) your body for good. The impact of being surrounded by a swirling -140c mist in a CryoCabin™ tricks your brain into thinking you freezing cold — it has no idea you’re on a strict three-minute timer — so your body’s survival instincts kick in. “Oh no, we’re freezing!” thinks the body, and it is followed by a response that sends blood to warm the vital organs such as your heart which sets your metabolism racing, your blood pumping and oxygenated.
What that means for you is stepping out of the CryoCabin™ feeling and looking refreshed and energised and ready to go.
We constantly receive feedback from clients on how Whole Body Cryotherapy has made them feel amazing including:
- Better sleep
- Improved circulation
- Pain relief
- Release of endorphins
- Efficient exercising
- More energy
Allowing you to live your best life ever, and that is an excellent biohack.
Here’s your chance to give LondonCryo and biohacking a try. We recommend 6 sessions (2-3 times a week), After this, we recommend maintenance of 1-2 sessions per week.