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What is a cold plunge?

A cold plunge is a form of hydrotherapy that involves immersing your body in cold water to help with recovery, reduce inflammation and boost circulation.

How cold is the water in a cold plunge?

The ideal temperature for a cold plunge is around 50-55 degrees Fahrenheit (10-13 Celsius), but some people prefer colder water.

What are the benefits of using a cold plunge?

Cold plunges have been shown to help with muscle recovery after exercise, boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, increase energy and promote better sleep.

How long should I stay in a cold plunge?

The recommended time for staying in a cold plunge is between 30 seconds to 3 minutes, depending on your tolerance level.

Can anyone use a cold plunge?

Cold plunges are generally safe for most people, but it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new therapy or exercise routine.

Are there any precautions I should take when using a cold plunge?

It is recommended that you do not use a cold plunge if you have an existing medical condition such as high blood pressure, heart disease or if you are pregnant.

How often should I use a cold plunge?

Some people use cold plunges daily, while others use them a few times a week. It ultimately depends on your personal preference and how your body responds to the therapy.

How do I maintain my cold plunge pool?

It is important to regularly clean and maintain the water in your cold plunge pool to prevent bacteria growth.