Sunday, March 20, 2016

Infrared Sauna Speeds Injury Healing

If you've had injuries in sports, many athletes are finding far infrared is invaluable in reducing lactic, #inflammation and recovery. Heating the muscles with infrared rays produces an increase in blood flow similar to that seen during exercise.
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...