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Tags: infrared | sauna | weight loss | detox

Stay Healthy With Infrared Sauna

Dr. Holly Lucille By Wednesday, 18 November 2015 04:42 PM EST Current | Bio | Archive

The holidays can be a wonderful time, full of family and fun, but we all know they can be hectic as well. Making time for exercise and adequate sleep becomes harder than ever between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. Then throw in a few too many rich foods and just staving off the common cold can become a real challenge.

With so much to get done and so many people to see, it can be hard to stay healthy, let alone relax during these busy months.

But relaxation is more important to our health than most people realize. The American Institute of Stress estimates that 75 to 90 percent of all visits to primary care physicians are for stress-related problems.

Long-term stress causes all kinds of damage to the body, including increased blood pressure, weight gain, and a weakened immune system.

So this season, why not take control of how you feel during the holiday frenzy? I know of a tool that can purify the body, increase energy, and keep your waistline in check and it doesn’t involve detoxing, dieting or meditating!

What's the secret? Sunlighten 3-in-1 infrared therapy.

Sunlighten 3-in-1 infrared therapy is a type of sauna therapy that combines near, mid-range, and far-off infrared energy to assist with detoxification and relaxation; lower blood pressure; improve weight loss, pain relief, and anti-aging; and energize your body from the inside out.

1. Purify. Sweating is the natural and safe way for the body to heal. Sweat carries toxins out of the body through the pores. Far-off infrared has the ability to heat the body directly, increasing core temperature and resulting in a deep sweat at the cellular level, where toxins reside.

2. Slenderize. Studies have shown that mid-range infrared energy can burn 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. A study using Sunlighten saunas showed a reduction in weight and waist circumference in just three months with regular use.

3. Energize. Near infrared energy can help strengthen the immune system and boost energy. In fact, a NASA study showed that near infrared therapy, delivered by LEDs deep into body tissue, can quadruple cell health and tissue growth. Several studies have shown that LEDs stimulate white blood cell production and collagen growth by increasing energy at the cellular level.

Sauna therapy has been around for centuries as a way to passively detoxify your body, but only 3-in-1 infrared provides all three infrared wavelengths in the vital range for the best results.This type of 3-in-1 sauna therapy can quickly and effectively help you get back to feeling amazing again.

Deep, cellular sweating is key to detoxify and energize your body! And it’s a great way to relax and de-stress for the holidays, too!

For more information, visit www.sunlighten.com.

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I know of a tool that can purify the body, increase energy, and keep your waistline in check and it doesn’t involve detoxing, dieting or meditating.
infrared, sauna, weight loss, detox
Wednesday, 18 November 2015 04:42 PM
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