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Take advantage of this monthly detox membership. Infrared sauna, no emf sauna tent.
One Session per week for 30 to 45 minutes.
Our bodies have natural detoxification pathways and processes, but they weren’t designed to handle the volume of toxicity we are exposed to today. Research has determined that infrared saunas can help stimulate cells to release and mobilize accumulated heavy metals for elimination through sweat. Researchers have found intentional sweating to be an effective elimination method for arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury Research has also shown that sweating in saunas can mobilize BPA (a toxin found in plastics) stored in fat tissue, leading to enhanced excretion in sweat.
2. MUSCLE RECOVERY
The heat generated by a sauna can help to relax muscles and ease tension and soreness throughout the body. Additionally, increased blood circulation aids in detoxification and delivers oxygen-rich blood to muscles so they can recover faster.
3. STRESS RELIEF
Infrared saunas promote relaxation by helping to balance the body’s stress hormones. Additionally, similar to exercise, sauna use increases endorphins, the happiness hormones!
4. SKIN HEALTH
The skin is our largest detoxification organ. An infrared sauna session can help cleanse the skin by improving circulation and shedding toxins like heavy metals and urea through sweat. Increased blood circulation has also been shown to improve acne, eczema, psoriasis, burns, and cuts.
5. WEIGHT LOSS
Infrared sauna therapy increases body temperature which then requires your body to work harder to lower your core temperature. As a result, your body will burn calories in the process, resulting in weight loss when coupled with a healthy diet and lifestyle.
6. IMMUNE HEALTH
Sauna causes us to sweat, which helps to strengthen the immune response. Several studies have documented that the deep elimination of toxins and waste improves overall immune function and resistance to illness. This study, for example, found increased numbers of white blood cells, lymphocytes, neutrophils, and basophils after a sauna session.
7. DISEASE PREVENTION
Dr. Laukkanen and other researchers in Finland discovered that frequent sauna use is associated with a reduced rate of acute and chronic disease. Most notably, the long-term study shows that middle-aged to elderly men and women who use saunas frequently have a substantially reduced risk of future stroke and coronary heart disease. Evidence from this study also found massive reductions in dementia and all-cause mortality in those who consistently used the sauna.
It’s a great idea to incorporate sauna therapy into your weekly routine.