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Published on Apr 16, 2015
I want to help you get detoxing right away. I’ve always been a sauna and hot springs person, intuitively knowing that heat and sweating are good for me. However with traditional saunas, I couldn't last that long because the intense heat would give me headaches and singe my nostrils so it was difficult to relax and really enjoy them. Now I have a near infrared sauna in my bathroom and absolutely love it! I sweat at a much lower temp and I know I’m getting so many more benefits than traditional saunas. I wanted to share with people how easy and cheap it is to assemble one in your home. So I made this video to show you how to build an infrared sauna in your home the fast, cheap and easy way for around $150. Much love to you on your healing journey! Trista T.
In addition to the incredible detoxification effect, research has shown that sauna therapy has promising results for the management of heart related conditions, cardiovascular disease, relief of chronic pain conditions for people with rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, and Fibromyalgia, a reduction in anxiety, and improvement in mood disorders. http://www.healthyfellow.com/225/saun...
*Please consult your health practitioner before engaging in sauna therapy. Creighton University Medical School's AltMed website explains that individuals with a history of multiple sclerosis, hemophilia, hyperthyroidism, systemic lupus erythematous or adrenal suppression should not use an infrared sauna. Furthermore, those who are pregnant or nursing should not use a sauna. Those with artificial joints, metal pins and silicone implants should also avoid using these machines. The effects of some prescription drugs may be altered due to the high heat in a sauna.