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Detoxification

Sweat better. It’s one of the body’s safest and most natural ways to heal and maintain good health. Patterson’s high-quality infrared promotes effortless, deep, productive sweat.

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Infrared Sauna Detox

You're ready to feel better.

It’s frustrating to feel your body holding you back when you want to live a full, active life. Today’s world places a toxic load on our bodies, from environmental toxicants to stress and anxiety that create inflammation and other symptoms. Infrared sauna’s fundamental benefit is the ability to sweat out toxic substances naturally. Infrared saunas promote a deep detoxifying sweat that will leave you feeling cleansed, refreshed and energised. 

Sweating is good for you.

It’s one of the body’s safest and most natural ways to heal and maintain good health. Alternative medicine widely embraces sauna detox for treatment. Researchers have long told us how the body sweats out toxin build-up, including heavy metals.  As long as you maintain proper hydration, the more you safely sweat, the more toxicants you’ll expel from your skin and body.

Sweating supports detoxification.

Healthy bodies have healthy cells managing the chemical exchanges with nutrients and minerals for a vibrant life. Environmental toxins can hinder that, affecting energy, stamina, pain, insomnia, obesity, mental health and more.

Natural ways our bodies expel the metabolic waste produced inside us includes:

We can help our bodies get rid of and prevent build up through natural detox therapies that support the body’s natural detox work of the liver, kidneys, lungs and skin.

The American Institute of Stress estimates stress problems make up 75 to 90% of all primary care doctor visits. Cortisol is the culprit. Stress increases that “fight or flight” hormone that raises heart rate, blood pressure and deposits excess calories in our midsection.

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