Far Infrared Saunas Are More Effective at Body Detoxification Than Traditional Saunas

According to the Center for Disease Control, it is estimated that the root cause of more than 80 percent of all illnesses are related to one’s lifestyle or personal environment. While there’s not a good solution for controlling the world around us, we can be proactive by detoxifying our bodies.

Detoxification is important for the proper functioning of our bodies biochemical processes. It strengthens the immune system and allows for better nutrient digestion and absorption. Although not a cure, relieving the build-up of toxic substances by detoxification has been shown to be helpful in relieving symptoms associated with autoimmune disease, immunodeficiency, colitis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, autism, and ADD.

Far infrared saunas can be up to seven times more effective in body detoxification than traditional saunas. It is thought that sweat from traditional sauna use is approximately 95 percent water, with salt making up for the remaining percentage. However, when using a far infrared sauna, only approximately 80 percent of sweat is water, with the remaining percentage made up of toxins or waste such as toxic heavy metals, fat-soluble toxins, cholesterol, sodium, ammonia, sulfuric acid, and uric acid. This is made possible as far infrared saunas can raise the core body temperature by two to three degrees, while traditional saunas heat the surrounding air to draw out toxins. Far infrared saunas heat the core by penetrating heat waves into the body for a deep heating action that allows the body to activate the sweat glands, expelling toxins at the cellular level.

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