# Pain relief
Speed Up Your Recovery at Greensboro Cryotherapy
This week involved trying something I usually avoid at all costs – being cold!! I’m the one who turns off the AC in the mornings after my husband leaves for work and STILL wears a hoodie while I’m working from home because I’m so cold-natured. So, why would I willingly subject myself to freezing cold temperatures? Over the past few years, I’ve seen a lot of health professionals share about the benefits of cold thermogenesis aka cryotherapy. More recently, I listened to an episode of The Model Health Show on how whole-body cryotherapy can help to decrease pain, speed your recovery, and boost your metabolism, so I decided it was time I tried it for myself. My husband Gabe agreed to go in for a session with me, so we made our way to Greensboro Cryo and got checked in.
Pain Relief Mistake - When the English Language is Not the Same in Every Country
You know when here, in the good old USA, we say, “I gotta go,” how anyone can understand the meaning of going to the bathroom? Well, we once had an incident while on vacation in Brussels, which was quite funny.
Migratory arthritis is a condition in which the discomfort spreads from one joint to the next. As the symptoms in one joint subside, symptoms in another joint appear, usually in an asymmetrical location. Migratory arthritis can occur in persons who already have other types of arthritis such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), gout, or lupus. However, it may also be a result of other serious illnesses such as rheumatic fever, fibromyalgia, Lyme disease, hepatitis B and C, and serious bacterial infections. Because it is impossible to foresee when arthritis may spread, it is critical to begin therapy as soon as possible when symptoms appear.