An Infrared Sauna Allows The Body To Release Harmful Toxins

This might sound like a silly question, but do you sweat often? Most of us will probably say we don’t sweat on a daily basis, and the thought of being wet, sticky and smelly isn’t anybody’s cup of tea. However, doctors, physiotherapists, and wellness gurus all agree that sweating is good for you. A good session in a JNH Lifestyles home infrared sauna with carbon fiber heaters are an ideal and safe way for the body to sweat in order to detox naturally, heal, and maintain overall good health!

Why is Detoxing So Important?

The word detox means “a regimen or treatment intended to remove toxins and impurities from the body.” It’s important to detox, or cleanse, to strengthen the immune system. Additionally, it makes the body’s biochemical processes work more effectively so that the body can digest the nutrients in what we eat. If you suffer from chronic illnesses such as colitis, chronic fatigue, auto-immune disease, fibromyalgia, immune deficiency states, autism, ADD or ADHD, going through a detoxification process could be very beneficial for you.

One of the health benefits of using an infrared sauna, especially one with JNH Lifestyles’ signature carbon fiber heaters, is that it’s specifically designed to encourage a deep, healthy and natural detoxifying sweat. Nowadays, medical professionals consider a sauna detox as a healthy treatment in alternative medicine. For thousands of years and throughout many cultures, our ancestors have used some form of a sweatbox to maintain good health. Finally, today’s society is moving towards that direction and giving sauna detoxification more attention. Far infrared sauna treatments are a more natural and self-directed form of treatments.

What To Expect When Detoxing In an Infrared Sauna?

Detoxing, whether it's of certain foods, alcohol, drugs or just the chemicals and toxins in the body, puts the body into a certain mode. Some people actually start to feel unwell when they begin to detox and have a tendency to stop. However, that isn’t a good thing. The reason why many people feel ill, as soon as they go into detox is that they are experiencing the “Herxheimer Reaction” (a short-term detoxification reaction in the body. As the body detoxifies, it’s not uncommon to experience flu-like symptoms including headache, joint and muscle pain, body aches, sore throat, general malaise, sweating, chills, nausea or other symptoms.). This usually happens when a person is detoxifying or taking antibiotics for the treatment of any type of bacteria. The body’s reaction is very similar to that of sepsis since the bacterial toxins and microorganisms are dying inside the body and also releasing toxins in the body too.

What Are The Detoxifying Symptoms?

There are many symptoms that a person can experience from high toxin levels or bacteria that are invading the body. After a few hours of detoxifying or taking an antibiotic, the body can go through fever, chills, headaches, muscle pain and severe inflammation. The symptoms can appear very quickly and last for quite some time while putting the person undergoing detox or antibiotic treatment in an uncomfortable state.

Headache or Feeling Dizzy After Sauna Detox?

During an infrared sauna detox session the body often will experience uncomfortable symptoms as a result of the treatment. This is most often due to the dehydration associated with an infrared sauna session. Make sure to plan your session accordingly by eating and drinking extra beforehand. Afterwards remember to rehydrate and replenish with plenty of electrolytes.

How Does An Infrared Sauna Help To Detoxify?

An infrared sauna is a good way to take preventative measures against toxins from entering the body from the get-go. You can’t control the number of toxins that go into the body, but if you regularly use a one person sauna, you can expel a lot of them through excessive sweating.

Sweating in an infrared sauna will be a different experience from sweating in the gym. The sweat your body produces is usually thicker and more viscous because the content of the sweat is more than just water.

Sweating in a Sauna Releases Toxins

When you sweat from the gym, or you sweat from being outside in warm weather, you are sweating only water. Therefore, you are sweating what’s immediately coming into your body. A session in a JNH Lifestyles far infrared sauna is a unique detoxing experience because you are sweating substances that are trapped inside the body. Sweating from the gym wouldn’t get rid of this harmful waste. Everything is coming out of the body because of the effects of the far-infrared wavelengths.

In a sauna session, the body is able to get rid of heavy metals, toxins, chemicals, nicotine, and other harmful substances. When the body is contaminated in this way, and left untreated, the substances start to compound within the body. When this happens, the person starts to feel extreme fatigue and begins to feel sick. Most of the time, these people visit a doctor, only to be told they can’t find anything wrong with them. Although sweating it out in an infrared sauna will release and eliminate these toxins.

Detoxing Isn’t Something New. It Just Improved.

An infrared sauna releases a deep-penetrating heat that goes into the body deeper and faster than the heat generated from a traditional sauna which really only warms up the skin’s surface. Infrared saunas are about seven times more effective than a conventional sauna. Sweating in a traditional sauna releases about 95 to 97% water, while salt consists of the remaining amount. In contrast to far infrared saunas that are more effective in transporting toxins through the skin than traditional saunas because a session in a far infrared sauna allows you to sweat only 80 to 85% water, while the non-water part is cholesterol, fat-soluble toxins, toxic heavy metals, sulfuric acid, sodium, ammonia and uric acid.

Steps To Take For Healthy Sauna Detox

Now that you are aware of the health benefits of sauna detoxification, you need to know how to correctly detox in an infrared sauna. Here’s a helpful guide to detox in a far infrared sauna safely and most effectively.

Step 1: Stay Hydrated

When you are planning to use your infrared sauna, make sure you increase the amount of water you drink. Although an infrared sauna isn’t as harsh as a traditional sauna, you are still going to break a sweat. The sweat your body produces is 80 to 85% water, so it’s important that before, during and after your sauna detox session you drink lots of water to stay hydrated.

Step 2: Establish A Time Limit

How long you stay in your sauna for a detox session will depend on your tolerance and everyday activity level. When you begin your infrared sauna session, start off with 10-15 minute sessions so your body gets accustomed to infrared therapy. Slowly increase the duration to 40 minutes at the optimal temperature range. Be aware of what your body is telling you and how your body is handling excessive detoxification. If you start to feel symptoms such as nausea, fatigue or flu-like symptoms during your sauna session, end your sauna session for the day.

Step 3: Set A Comfortable Temperature

Preheat sauna and start your session when your sauna warms up to 110°F. The optimal infrared sauna temperature is at 110°F to 130°F.

Step 4: Towel Down

Once you have completed your detoxification session, just dry off with a towel. It’s better to cool off the body naturally as this will continue burning calories. While you are doing that, make sure to gulp down another glass of cool and refreshing water.

As soon as you try an infrared sauna, you are going to notice it's way different than a traditional sauna. As a result, regular use of an infrared sauna will provide a deep, productive sweat where toxins are trapped, and that’s at the cellular level of the body. 

Enjoy Infrared Sauna Detoxification from your Home 

Ready to enjoy the incredible benefits of using an infrared sauna? Daily sauna use can have long term effects and with the power of detoxing, you’ll feel refreshed in no time! As an investment towards a happier healthier lifestyle, we suggest our full spectrum infrared saunas as these saunas will have far, mid and near infrared, providing you with all the benefits of each infrared wavelength. Here at JNH Lifestyles, our version of a full spectrum infrared sauna comes in the form of the Tosi™ Collection and ProSeries 200. The extra investment can help boost your overall health, which your mind and body will thank you for later. Contact us today for more information.

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