Toivutko leikkauksesta? Vaivaako loukkaantuminen?

Are you recovering from surgery? Is the injury bothering you?

Cold treatments have been used in the Nordics to promote health for centuries. Cold therapy is also being studied more and more scientifically and it has been found to have many benefits in situations where the body has been hit by illness, surgery or an accident. Ice baths are also widely used in medicine and elite sports as a tool for recovery.

  • A short ice bath of 30 seconds to 4 minutes:
  • to eliminate swelling
  • relieves pain conditions and nerve pain
  • reduces inflammation
  • has a restoring effect on soft tissues
  • enhances bone development and density
  • extensive positive effect on the blood vessels
  • brings help and relief to chronic long-term conditions such as fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, dementia and cardiovascular diseases
  • strengthens the immune system and resistance

An ice bath is a natural and effective aid for pain and disease treatment. With regular cold treatments, it is possible to achieve quick relief from the miserable pain conditions and other symptoms that the affected person faces. Take the cold as a superpower to fight illness.

Unfortunately, pain conditions and diseases are sometimes a part of human life. Fortunately, it is possible to relieve them naturally with the help of ice baths. If you get relief from the cold, please share your experience with the community using the #northdip tag.

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Ready. set. ICE!


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