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Far Infrared Sauna for Reducing Blood Pressure and Body Detoxification
- Feb 14, 2019 -

It's my hope that more and more people are beginning to realize the benefits of far-infrared sauna room, now Oprah's health consultant, Dr. Mohammed Oz, functioned on one of her programs a few weeks ago. As a whole, I have been promoting the health benefits of these types of saunas since 2003.

As Dr. Oz correctly explained, these saunas emit far-infrared radiation from the sun of the same type, but no ultraviolet radiation. These rays penetrate your body's tissues without heating space around you, unlike traditional wood and steam saunas, which makes far-infrared sauna rooms slightly less risky than Swedish sauna coolers and may burn your eyes or lungs when using them.

Penetrating infrared rays has many health benefits. They increase blood circulation and help speed up your metabolism. Now, on Oprah's show, Dr. Oz claims that a 15-minute meeting in a far-infrared sauna room can help you burn 700 calories. Although this is true, a sauna room will help you consume hundreds of calories, which seems too optimistic. Nevertheless, infrared sauna is a good treatment for people who need to lose weight, but it is necessary to use limited capacity.

I want to know more about these saunas as one of their best natural ways to lower blood pressure. Studies have shown that sauna therapy reduces systolic blood pressure because heat expands blood vessels and reduces the volume of the inner walls of blood vessels, thereby promoting healthy blood pressure. And, as you know, anything can be done to keep your blood pressure within a healthy range and reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke.

Far-infrared saunas are also suitable for sweating toxins, which may damage the cardiovascular system and increase your risk factors for heart disease. Your lungs, colon, liver, kidneys and skin are the main organs that help to remove toxins from your body. The sauna room supports the skin, especially by opening the pores, to escape toxic metabolites. As our body temperature rises, we begin to sweat, pesticides, petrochemicals and other toxins stored in our subcutaneous fat rise to the surface and are excreted through the skin. Sweating these toxins is a good way to clean your body and improve your heart health.


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