Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Far Infrared Sauna - Reduced Injury Pain

If you're like me, the heat of the summer is a real zapper of energy but a different type of low heat sauna can reverse and rebuild your energy from inside out. If you've had injuries in sports, many athletes are finding far infrared is invaluable in reducing lactic acid and inflammation.
The frequency wave range of a infrared sauna is 7-14 microns, the frequency that H²0 resonates with.  This resonance releases toxins such as sulfur, formaldehyde and heavy metals for example. The increased depth of penetration provides pain-relief, detoxification and increased circulation.

“ Why you feel good after a infrared sauna now seems understandable. If radiant energy drives capillary flow and ample capillary flow is important for optimal cellular functioning, then sitting in the sauna will inevitably be a feel-good experience” adds Gerald H. Pollack, PhD is a professor of Bioengineering at the University of Washington, Seattle Washington. Watch his TEDx talk to learn more about his work. -

The Mayo Clinic continues with studies it started back in the 90's for congestive heart failure to a broader group of other health issues and toxicity.

I found not only I had more energy but slept more deeply with beautiful glowing skin (since it encourages collagen production). Many yoga studios include 30 minute sessions for under $15 per session and packages that reduce below $10 per session. There are also Korean Spa and Sauna with lots of different sauna options in many cities.

Good Luck on your journey to wellness...