Glenn has been dealing with some back problems for the last few months, and he finally decided to heed the advice he received from a friend of his and try cryotherapy, which exposes the body to the extreme cold to help reduce inflammation and manage chronic pain among other things.
“So I went to this place called the Cryosauna yesterday here in Dallas because I have been having back problems and stuff, and I don’t want to take drugs, I don’t want to do all that stuff,” Glenn said on radio this morning.. “A friend of mine said, ‘You should be cryogenically frozen.’ And I’m like, ‘I don’t think so.’ But they said there is this place where you are frozen for 3 minutes at 200 degrees below zero!”
“That’s amazing,” Pat said.
Professional athletes have been using the therapy for years, but the technology has also been used for preservation purposes.
“I will tell you – I am going back today – I felt 10 years younger after it,” Glenn concluded. “It is the most bizarre experience. It’s like a giant ice pack. And it is absolutely amazing.”