Eliminating fat through the application of cold is possible, as long as we have advanced technology in cryotherapy methods. Fat or adipose tissue is made up of adipocytes (cells that accumulate fat in their cytoplasm). There are three types of adipocytes:
For the body to function normally, our body must maintain a stable temperature between approximately 96.8° and 98.6° degrees Fahrenheit. When the ambient temperature decreases, the body responds by burning fat from brown adipocytes to generate heat.
This thermogenesis mechanism is the basis for the use of cryotherapy to burn fat. The temperatures reached in the cryotherapy cabin force the metabolism to work to maintain heat, based on the burning of body fat.
The Cryosense cryotherapy cabins collaborate in passive fat burning, promoting the elimination of fat in a natural and effortless way. The processes in Cryosense cabins affect all areas of the body, and therefore the results are homogeneous.