Near-infrared sauna therapy can be used to help the body with a variety of health issues such as: joint and muscle pain, thyroid disease, circulation, digestion, tissue and cell repair and detoxification. It also helps support the liver, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, thyroid, and central nervous system.
According to the EPA, toxic chemicals are responsible for up to 80% of cancer deaths. In our current world, it’s important to take steps to reduce this toxic load on our bodies. A great way to do this is in Denver’s best salt room & infrared sauna therapy session.
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The heating, and the body’s response to heating, can produce many beneficial physiological effects. Some of them are:
Did you know that prescription and over-the-counter drugs may remain in the body for 30 years or more? Sweating can help flush these toxins from the body. Heating the body helps destroy bacteria, viruses and tumors. Sweating promotes the elimination of toxic chemicals, radioactive particles and other toxins. It also increases the skin’s ability to eliminate poisons.
2. Exercise Benefits
Infrared sauna therapy can provide many of the benefits of exercise with less expenditure of energy. This can be especially helpful if you’re struggling with a disease and don’t have much energy to exercise. Sauna therapy can increase circulation, lower elevated blood pressure, and improve oxidation of the tissues.
3. Fewer Abnormal Cells
Many of us have damaged or mutated DNA due to the effects of toxic chemicals and ionizing radiation. Heating the body using infrared sauna therapy can help kill weaker mutated cells and help prevent their reproduction by slowly improving the ratio of healthy cells to genetically damaged cells. For those of you that may have the MTHFR mutations, this could be a key piece of information to helping you improve your circumstances.
4. Pain Relief
Infrared light therapy can help reduce pain and other symptoms of rheumatic disease. It’s also been shown to help reduce chronic back pain.
Sweating helps stimulate blood flow and circulation throughout the body (just like exercise does). Increased circulation helps relax the body. I’ve personally experienced this and can’t even tell you how much the sauna helps my stress level. Remember, stress is like gasoline on a fire for almost all diseases, so reducing stress can play a huge role in the healing process.