Many opt for luxurious getaways in warm, tropical paradises to bask in comfort, but whole body cryotherapy caters to those who crave rejuvenation amid icy conditions. Typically, this therapy entails entering a booth where frigid air, chilled to negative 200 degrees Fahrenheit or even colder, envelops the body for a brief two to four-minute session. Initially popular among athletes seeking relief from pain, swelling, and inflammation, cryotherapy is now gaining traction among celebrities and other enthusiasts who claim it can enhance immunity, elevate mood, and boost metabolism, among other potential benefits. However, scientific research into cryotherapy remains extremely limited, and these unregulated treatments lack FDA approval for medical use. It’s important to note that extended exposure to extreme cold can have dire consequences, as tragically demonstrated in a case where a cryotherapy spa employee reportedly lost their life due to the treatment.