The ultra-cold temperatures in whole-body cryotherapy can cause physiological hormonal responses. This includes the release of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and endorphins. This can have a positive effect on those experiencing mood disorders like anxiety and depression.
Even if you’re not facing a major illness, lymphatic compression massage can do wonders for improving mood, a sense of peace, and your emotional wellbeing.
Some people with Stress and Depression try lamps that shine bright artificial light, which is meant to mimic the sun and decrease darkness in the home and workplace. Emerging clinical research is also showing potential for treating SAD and depression with natural light treatments, like red and near infrared (NIR) light therapy.
Sweating is stress reducing and very relaxing for both mind and body’s muscles are warmed by infrared heat. This helps to release the stress and fatigue brought on by muscle tension in the body, manifesting in various aches and pains. The heat and humidity defuse the pain and relaxes muscle.
PEMFs have been found to be very helpful in the treatment of anxiety disorders, including PTSD. It can also alter stress responses by acting directly on the nervous system, glands, cells, tissues, and organs.
Sound waves can slow down the heart and respiratory rate, creating a therapeutic effect on the mind and body. When the brain waves and body are synchronized, balance can be restored, and stress released.
In some cases, it may help to alleviate stress and anxiety. Studies of people with rheumatoid arthritis found that hydrotherapy offered pain relief and it improved mood.
The device works by triggering oxidative response, which is the body’s way of counteracting oxidative stress damage caused by free radicals.