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Comprehensive Cooling System for Hyperthermia Recovery

The POLAR SKIN™ Comprehensive Cooling System is a method of cooling that has been shown to be effective in reducing core temperature in individuals experiencing hyperthermia as a result of exercise. The system uses a combination of ice packs and ice sheets to create a thermal gradient between the skin and core, which helps to promote heat loss. In a study comparing the POLAR SKIN™ system to cold water immersion, the POLAR SKIN™ system was found to be slightly more effective at cooling core temperature. Additionally, the POLAR SKIN™ system was found to be safe and well-tolerated by participants.


The POLAR SKIN™ system is a method of cooling that could be used to help athletes and other individuals who are at risk of heat-related illness. The system is easy to use and can be applied quickly and easily. The POLAR SKIN™ system is also relatively inexpensive, making it a cost-effective option for many people.


Here are some of the benefits of using the POLAR SKIN™ Comprehensive Cooling System:

  • Effective in reducing core temperature

  • Safe and well-tolerated

  • Easy to use

  • Inexpensive

If you are looking for a way to cool down after exercise or if you are at risk of heat-related illness, the POLAR SKIN™ Comprehensive Cooling System is a good option to consider.

Here are some additional tips for cooling down after exercise:

  • Drink plenty of fluids.

  • Take a cool shower or bath.

  • Apply ice packs to your neck, forehead, and armpits.

  • Rest in a cool, shaded area.

  • Avoid strenuous activity for 24 hours.

If you experience any of the following symptoms after exercise, seek medical attention immediately:

  • Dizziness

  • Headache

  • Nausea

  • Vomiting

  • Confusion

  • Seizures

  • Loss of consciousness


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