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Discover how effective infrared sauna therapy is for helping your body eliminate toxins naturally, reduce inflammation, kill pathogens and parasites, enhance immunity by creating heat shock proteins within the body, and a plethora of other health, wellness and longevity benefits!! Infrared sauna therapy promotes rapid turnover of your body’s cells. Our infrared sauna with red light and full spectrum infrared, omits no exposure to EMFs, ELFs, or RFs, and a temperature setting high enough to raise your core temperature with deeply penetrating infrared creating the optimal terrain for immune enhancement, parasite and pathogen die-off, maintaining a healthy microbiome, naturally detoxify, repair damaged cells, and enhance longevity inside and out!

The frequencies from the infrared spectrum are not only the best natural way to detoxify but in addition, these same frequencies raise the body's core temperature and present an environment that parasites and pathogens can not survive in, and then aids the body in eliminating the neuro-toxins released once the parasites die off.

Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna therapy promotes rapid turnover of your body’s cells, it provides a temperature setting high enough to raise your core temperature with deeply penetrating high heat that creates the conditions for killing pathogens and parasites, maintaining a healthy microbiome, and natural detox of harmful cells which have been damaged by EMF and radiation.

It's important to have a daily detoxification lifestyle to remove unwanted toxins from our system. Due to the number of toxins in our environment today, our health is absolutely dependent upon optimal channels to help us naturally eliminate these toxins on a regular basis. Infrared frequencies penetrate deep into the muscles and tissues in your body and mobilize toxins to maximize toxic elimination. These frequencies vibrate the water within the body, and mobilize the water and toxins out of our fat cells, muscles, tissues, and organs. Infrared actually structures the water inside our body, enhancing cell membrane tone and functionality, which helps the cell to absorb nutrients, and the improved circulation also helps with nutritional upload and toxic release.

Here’s how it works: when light from the red and near-infrared spectrum is absorbed by the mitochondria in our cells, it can stimulate cell reproduction and collagen and elastin production. This leads to healthier, more youthful-looking skin. Red light therapy is also effective in treating a variety of other skin concerns, including acne scars, sun spots, blemishes, rosacea, eczema, and more. It can even help tighten the skin and reduce inflammation, further improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

It's no surprise that Full Spectrum Infrared therapy is one of the key components in your toolbox to reduce inflammation. Infrared saunas are able to target and relieve many of the health challenges from chronic inflammation. The Infrared frequency stimulates circulation to naturally calm down inflammation throughout your entire body, and increase the production of white blood cells to help fight inflammation and reduce swelling. Additionally, infrared sauna use is the best natural detox. Toxicity and inflammation typically accompany each other, so you can lower inflammation levels by releasing toxins. Infrared saunas mobilize your toxins and open your detox pathways so you can sweat them out, lower inflammation, and relieve the symptoms from many other related health challenges. This results in supporting detoxification, reducing pain, restoring energy, enhancing brain function, increasing immunity, improving skin health, easing stress and reducing anxiety, increasing longevity, sleeping better, and weight loss.

Full spectrum infrared saunas have three different waves that penetrate different layers in your body. 

The first wave is the shortest wave length. It penetrates your skin and is great for skin rejuvenation, reducing wrinkle lines, increasing skin elasticity, reducing cellulite, relieving acne, eczema, psoriasis, increasing healing time with wounds, and making the skin radiant. 

The second wave is a mid-wave length penetrating the muscles, joints, and tendons. This wave reduces arthritis pain, muscle stiffness, and relieves tension throughout the body. 

The third wave is the longest wave length, which is the deepest penetrating wave of infrared. It releases toxins from the fat layer. It also helps your body eliminate toxins from your internal organs. These toxins pass from the organs to the fat tissue under the skin. Then, they are eliminated in perspiration.

Studies have shown that benefits of an infrared sauna session can burn upward of 600 calories while you relax! As the body works to cool itself, there is a substantial increase in heart rate, cardiac output, and metabolic rate, causing the body to burn more calories. This increase in heart rate also helps with circulation, increases blood flow, and lowers blood pressure.

Unlike traditional saunas, which operate at extremely harsh temperatures, infrared is a gentle, soothing, and therapeutic heat that promotes relaxation and improved sleep. Infrared sauna benefits include therapy that helps you relax while receiving an invigorating deep tissue sweat, leaving you fully refreshed after each session. Inquire about our
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The health and wellness information on this site is provided as an information resource only, and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes. This information does not create any patient-physician relationship, and should not be used as a substitute for diagnosis and treatment.


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