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Infrared Sauna for Detoxification

By Doc Weeter | September 4, 2012

The following is an excerpt from naturalnews.com and is a nice comprehensive summary of the infrared sauna’s benefits and mode of operation:

“The first two parts of this series examined the health advantages of lymphatic cleansing with rebound exercise (for more information regarding rebound exercise from the “godfather” himself, Mr. Al Carter, click HERE and for an inexpensive rebounder to get you started, click HERE), and fasting for the removal of toxic build-up and internal purification. A third method of detoxification is through the regular use of a far-infrared sauna. The benefits of these three stand-alone practices are exponential when combined and integrated into a healing regimen or health maintenance program. Any healing protocol should also include an ample supply of whole foods. Such a comprehensive program advances the healing process and counters the effects of living in a toxic world.

Far infrared rays are part of the sun’s natural spectrum. The radiant energy produced by an infrared sauna is the same as heat from the sun, with the exclusion of the ultraviolet rays. A heat source, (usually ceramic heating elements), emits infrared waves that penetrate and relax the body as increased blood circulation warms the skin. A flood of sweat and toxins is released through the skin’s open pores as the warm blood circulates deeper throughout the body.

The infrared sauna is a powerful means of cellular cleansing as it increases metabolism and blood circulation. In addition to its use for detoxification it also relaxes muscles, soothes the spirit and rejuvenates the body.”

There are multiple sources available confirming the benefits of the infrared sauna from Canada to our own Mayo Clinic (a cautiously positive summary) not to mention many individual studies from Universities.

Personally, I have enjoyed the relaxation provided by ours as well as the many detoxification benefits, weight loss and mood improvement.

I encourage you to look into all the aspects of your health regimen and decide for yourself if this might have a place in your routine…it really should!

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