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Sweat Away Toxins, Waste, Even Cancer

Sweat Away Toxins, Waste, Even Cancer

I have a friend who had cancer. In her hours of desperation and intense prayer, she heard one word—-sweat.  Really, she thought. Turns out that was wisdom from God. So sweat she did along with many other natural interventions. She’s now cancer free.

So why is sweating so important? Plain and simple… it helps you flush out toxins, especially plastic toxins that our bodies just can’t seem to push out any other way. And the best way to sweat is to use a sauna.  A plethora of anecdotal evidence exists to show that infrared saunas help people detoxify their bodies, increase their energy, and heal chronic diseases. But there’s also science to support their effectiveness as well. In  2009 a Canadian researcher found the following:

  • Four different studies showing infrared saunas helpful in treating cardiovascular disease
  • Five studies supporting infrared sauna in treating coronary risk factors
  • One study supporting infrared sauna treating chronic pain

Another researcher showed the benefits of the infrared sauna to melt away body fat and eliminate xenobiotics (foreign chemicals) from the body.  In 1981 the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that infrared sauna promotes weight loss by raising core body temperature, thus mimicking cardiovascular exertion brought about by aerobic exercises such as running.

There is also considerable emerging research showing infrared sauna benefits musculoskeletal problems, rheumatoid arthritis, joint stiffness, muscle spasms, edema, soft tissue injury, sciatica, eczema, pelvic infection, pediatric pneumonia and even cancer.

Another study published in the Journal of Cancer Science and Therapy found that “after just 30 days of infrared treatment, tumor-infected mice saw reductions in their cancerous masses of up to 86% − even with low-temperature infrared exposures of as little as 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 Celcius).” Also, a Japanese study found “that infrared-induced, whole-body hyperthermia helped strongly inhibit the growth and spread of breast cancer cells in mice, without causing any harmful side effects.”

The Effect of Infrared Sauna on Cancer Cells

Infrared saunas are exceptionally promising because of the selectivity they have on cancer cells. Ty Bollinger says, “The hyperthermic effects of infrared radiation are only harmful to malignant cells, as was explained by Dr. Irvin Sahni in The Truth About Cancer docu-series interview. Dr. Sahni told me that normal healthy cells are essentially immune to infrared radiation, while cancer cells are hyper-thermically challenged:“…by exposing your body to that heat, you’re selectively killing or eradicating those less viable cells, those cancer cells, without hurting your normal cells. An infrared sauna is helpful because it causes you to sweat, excrete toxins, and in theory eliminate cancer cells which can’t survive the heat as well as the normal cells.”

What is the Difference Between Infrared Sauna and a Traditional Sauna?

The key differences between the two types of saunas have to do with temperature and heating method. A traditional sauna uses convection heat. It’s a lot like the oven in your kitchen. It warms your body from the outside, and typically at higher temperatures around 185 degrees Fahrenheit (85 degrees Celcius). Many people find traditional saunas are too hot and drying and intolerable for longer than just a few minutes.

An infrared sauna, on the other hand, provides benefits at much lower temperatures ranging between 120 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit (49 to 60 degrees Celcius). This is due to the fact that radiating heat is more evenly distributed and penetrates more deeply into the skin, gently warming the body, rather than “charring” it with blasts of higher-temperature heat.

This is an important distinction because infrared heat is much more effective at drawing out toxins from the deep tissue areas where they’re hiding, allowing them to be more effectively and efficiently expelled from the body.

Despite the lower temperature thresholds, infrared heat also causes the body to sweat much more profusely than it would with convection heat.

The three most important factors to look for when purchasing an infrared sauna:

  1. Even heat output − no “hot spots” near the heating element. You should also opt for radiant (rather than reflected) heating technology, as radiant heat is more evenly distributed, efficient, and effective.
  2. High emissivity rate − the test of an infrared heater is its “radiant efficiency” − basically its ability to produce high levels of infrared heat. Look for a sauna with a high emissivity rating and large heating panels that stay relatively cool on their surface. These types of heating panels produce the longer infrared waves that will most effectively penetrate your skin and cells, allowing for the greatest toxic release and greater amounts of sweat.
  3. Low (or no) EMF pollution− obviously you don’t want to expose yourself to unnecessary UV or electromagnetic radiation in the process of detoxifying your body.

If you have been considering a sauna for your home, I recommend  Sunlighten saunas. With customer design, they are backed by dozens of studies showing that they effectively deliver all three types of infrared wavelengths (near, mid, and far) at the proper amounts for achieving your desired health goals.

I believe Sunlighten is the best sauna on the market with a three-in-one system that is capable of delivering an optimal balance of all three infrared wavelengths. Sunlighten saunas also have high emissivity − upwards of 99% − which simply means that they’re extremely efficient in infrared heat output. Couple that with very little harmful EMF emissions. The company claims its Signature far-infrared line “Ultra Low EMF Technology” produces “virtually no EMFs” at all, and it has the third-party test results to back this. This top-of-the-line product is definitely the number one choice if you’re looking to invest in your wellness or that of someone you love. And speaking of that, Christmas is just around the corner. Have you thought about a sauna as a gift for someone you love?

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  1. Starr Brigante

    Why don’t you cover “near” vs “far” infrared? There is a big difference.

  2. Near infrared is the one used at Hope4Cancer and other cancer treatment centres. Please revise and update. Thank you