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Healthier You: Detoxifying Your Body with the Low-EMF Far Infrared Sauna


Healthier You: Detoxifying Your Body with the Low-EMF Far Infrared Sauna

Healthier You: Detoxifying Your Body with the Low-EMF Far Infrared Sauna

The Low EMF far infrared sauna is a form of non-invasive light therapy that uses light waves to penetrate and warm the body, promoting good health and healing through the release of toxins.

Since the skin is outside the body and is the largest organ, infrared interacts with it first. The heat from the sauna penetrates the skin, promoting a deep sweat that removes harmful toxins and chemicals. As a result, cells are healthier and collagen in the skin becomes more elastic. Infrared heat is also known to reduce the appearance of cellulite, as it melts fat cells away.

Detoxification of Heavy Metal and Other Toxins 

Experts consider sweat therapy to be a highly effective and safe method of detoxification. This practice dates back over 4000 years, when Native Americans began using it in sweat lodges. Heavy metals such as copper, lead, nickel, magnesium, and cadmium have been proven to be eliminated through sweat. Other toxic chemicals, like phthalates and pesticides, can also be eliminated through the same process.

How sweating is induced is important. Exercise, for example, only activates the sympathetic nervous system (fight or flight response), meaning workouts and detoxifying are different from one another. When used regularly, far infrared sauna EMF systems like those offered by JNH Lifestyles improve cellular health, making it an excellent option for people who cannot tolerate high temperatures. Far infrared technology heats internal organs and muscle tissue without affecting the surrounding air, eliminating toxins and harmful chemicals through the process of perspiration. 

Infrared Saunas Versus Steam Rooms 

Since infrared technology utilizes unique heating elements that standard sweat rooms do not, it allows the body to sweat out large amounts of toxins. With the ability to warm up to 140° Fahrenheit, low-EMF far infrared saunas emit radiant heat, enabling the body to perspire about 20 percent toxins and 80 percent water. 

Frequency of Sauna Use

It is prudent not to go overboard in a sauna, but instead allow it to reduce bodily toxins gradually. For best results, it is recommended that you use it at least 3-times a week, as any less than that will minimize any therapeutic benefit. Start off conservatively with 15-minute sessions, and incrementally advance to 30-minutes. Remember to indulge in an anti-oxidant and mineral rich diet for optimal results.


Benefits of Infrared Sauna Therapy, EmpoweredSustenance.com

The Benefits of Saunas (& the Risks), WellnessMama.com

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