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Few homes have the luxury of having a sweat lodge, yet now more than ever saunas are needed to detoxify the body, and strengthen the mind and spirit. Infrared saunas are the  answer to the question, ‘How can we bring healing heat into our wellness routine?’

~ Jacqueline Jacob, Founder Heal with Heat

What do Dr. Daniel Amen, Dr. Sarah Gottfried, Dr. David Perlmutter, Zac Efron and Novak Djokovic have in common?

They’re all owners of Clearlight Infrared Saunas!

  1. Immunity - Using the sauna increases your core body temperature, creating what’s known as an artificially induced fever. This helps your body to kill pathogens and activates the immune system. The deeply penetrating infrared heat can activate a type of white blood cell called a lymphocyte, which plays a critical role in the body’s immune response. This temperature increase also increases production of heat shock proteins which enhance the immune response against infections.

  1. Detox - Better blood flow can help transport nutrients to tissues and organs while also aiding in the removal of waste products and toxins from the body. Improved circulation and increased sweating can also stimulate the lymphatic system, which plays a significant role in removing waste products and toxins from the body tissues. These toxins can be mobilized out of the body via several pathways of elimination, including sweat, which research shows can contain heavy metals and other toxins. 

  1. Recovery - Regular exposure to heat stress, like that from an infrared sauna, can increase the body's production of heat shock proteins. This adaptation can improve the muscle's resilience to stress and strain, potentially reducing the risk of injury and improving overall muscle health. The heat from the infrared sauna can penetrate deep into the muscles, helping them to relax. This can be particularly beneficial after a strenuous workout, as it can help alleviate muscle tension and soreness.

  1. Stress - The warmth of the sauna helps relax muscles and relieve tension throughout the body. This physical relaxation can lead to a reduction in mental stress as well. Heat from the sauna can stimulate the release of endorphins, the body's natural feel-good chemicals. And using the sauna is a great form of hormesis. Hormesis is a biological phenomenon where a beneficial effect results from exposure to low amounts of stress. Regular exposure to the heat of a sauna is a mild form of stress. Over time, this can help the body adapt and become more resilient to stressors, both physical and mental.

  1. Sleep - Regular sauna users often report an improvement in sleep quality. This could be due to the combined effects of muscle relaxation, stress reduction, and the impact on the body's thermoregulatory processes. The heat helps relax muscles and relieve tension, promoting a state of physical and mental calm. Using a sauna raises the body temperature temporarily, but the subsequent cooling down process can help signal to the body that it’s time to sleep. This cooling down mimics the natural drop in body temperature that occurs in the evening, aligning with the body's circadian rhythm.

  1. Pain Relief - Unlike traditional saunas, which heat the body primarily through convection (hot air) and conduction (contact with hot surfaces), infrared saunas use infrared light to penetrate deeper into the tissues. This deep penetration can result in more effective muscle relaxation and pain relief, especially for muscular or deep tissue pain. Infrared heat can help reduce inflammation, which is often a contributing factor to pain, particularly in conditions like arthritis, muscle strains, and overuse injuries. Enhanced circulation can also help reduce pain by delivering more oxygen and nutrients to the affected areas while also removing pain-causing metabolites and reducing inflammation.

  1. Fitness - Some studies suggest that regular sauna use can lead to adaptations that help improve endurance performance. This is thought to be due to a number of physiological changes, including increased plasma volume and improved thermoregulatory control. Regular use of an infrared sauna can also help improve flexibility, which is beneficial for a wide range of physical activities. In addition, the increased blood flow and caloric burn of a sauna session is similar to the results from a 20-30 minute cardio workout. 

  1. Beauty - Improved circulation delivers more nutrients and oxygen to the skin, which can promote healthier, more vibrant skin. Also, when you sweat, your pores open and release the buildup of dirt and oils. This natural cleansing process can lead to clearer, more radiant skin. Some studies suggest that heat exposure may stimulate collagen production, a protein that is vital for skin elasticity and firmness.

  1. Circulation & Heart Health - The heat from an infrared sauna causes blood vessels to dilate, or widen, which improves blood flow throughout the body. This enhanced circulation can help deliver oxygen and nutrients more efficiently to tissues and organs, aiding in overall cardiovascular health. Exposure to the heat in a sauna can increase heart rate, similar to the effects of moderate exercise. This cardiovascular workout can help strengthen the heart over time and improve its ability to pump blood efficiently. Some studies also suggest that regular sauna use can improve endothelial function, which helps in regulating blood pressure and maintaining healthy blood flow.

  1. Longevity - Heat stress from sauna use can increase the production of heat shock proteins and other stress-related proteins, which are involved in cellular repair and protection. These proteins can help protect cells from various stressors and are thought to play a role in longevity. A 20+ year study found that using the sauna 4-7 times per week was associated with reduction of all-cause mortality and a significantly lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s and dementia. The benefits mentioned above for cardiovascular health, stress reduction, detoxification, immune function and sleep all contribute significantly to a longer life.

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With the lowest prices of the year - now is the perfect time to bring a Clearlight Sauna into your life! 

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