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Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy Spotlight

The self-care trend isn’t going anywhere, in fact, it’s only growing. More and more people are taking ownership of their health in more natural ways with wellness centers like Restore Hyper Wellness + Cryotherapy. One of the growing trends is natural pain management and recovery. Services such as cryotherapy (cold therapy) and infrared sauna therapy are popping up more and more throughout the country, and for good reason. Cryotherapy is used for achy muscles and inflammation, as well as speeding up recovery time, reducing pain, and recovering from surgery. Cryotherapy exposes the body to freezing temperatures that range from anywhere …

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Backrest – Eucalyptus

Multi-Use Backrest. Stand up to get the most comfort out of your sauna sessions. 22″ height x 18″ width x 6″ depth

  • Lean against the wall with more comfort, with improved fit for mPulse and Signature
  • Lay on top to provide a slight incline
  • Place under knees for lower back support

Backrest – Basswood

Multi-Use Backrest. Stand up to get the most comfort out of your sauna sessions. 22″ length x 18″ width x 6″ height

  • Lean against the wall with more comfort, with improved fit for mPulse and Signature
  • Lay on top to provide a slight incline
  • Place under knees for lower back support

Backrest – Cedar

Multi-Use Backrest. Stand up or lay flat to get the most comfort out of your sauna sessions. 22″ length x 18″ width x 6″ height

  • Lean against the wall with more comfort
  • Lay on top to provide a slight incline
  • Place under knees for lower back support

10 Ways to Leverage Light and Darkness for a Better Night’s Sleep

Sleep deprivation is a problem. More than one out of every three adults in the United States aren’t getting enough sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control; and just as many struggle with daytime sleepiness and falling asleep each night. Sleep deprivation is at an all-time high, and worldwide Google searches for “sleep hygiene” have been increasing since 2008. In 2020, these searches reached their highest yearly peak ever. In other words, people want to know how to sleep better, and they’re prepared to make changes to do so. Nevertheless, sleep medicine is still a comparatively young field in academia, …

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Five Health & Wellness Trends In 2021

Hi friends! Did 2020 do a number on you? Can we do a quick reframe? Perhaps the past year’s trials and tribulations could serve as forced implementation of mindfulness practices, coupled with a newfound appreciation of holistic stress-relieving techniques. (I’m looking at you red light therapy, blue-light blocking glasses, and Wim Hof breathing!) With all we’ve learned from these challenging months – coupled with the promise of a new day – here are five health and wellness trends we can look for in the many horizons of 2021. Vitamin D We’ve known for a while that Vitamin D – which …

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How Infrared Therapy May Reduce Holiday Stress and Depression

Holidays May be Difficult for Some in 2020 If your family is one that typically gathers for the holidays, traveling to celebrate with generations by sharing favorite recipes and meals, opening gifts, and spending time with one another, this year may look different. Even favorite outdoor winter activities you might have enjoyed as a group, like skiing or ice skating, may not be possible either due to closures or capacity limitations. In fact, because of widespread COVID-19, public health experts are recommending we all rethink the many holiday traditions that usually provide comfort and companionship at this time of year. …

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How to Reduce Health Risks from Smoke Exposure

According to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, the 2020 fire season is one of the most devastating to date. By the end of the first week of September, California had recorded more than 7,600 fires and roughly 2.3 million acres had burned. Wildfires in Colorado, Oregon, and Washington are also causing record damage to communities across these states, destroying thousands of homes and property in their paths. While burned-out homes, vehicles, and forests are the obvious signs of the wildfires’ destruction, it’s the secondary impact of the flames, namely smoke, that’s causing concern not just in the …

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Beat the Flu This Winter

This past May I was sick for 9 days. Despite two negative COVID tests, I still think I had COVID! I guess I’ll never know, but I can tell you that it’s scary to get a bad flu when you have asthma and it’s COVID season. As we move into fall and winter, there’s a fair chance you’ll catch a virus and be worried as well. The two best things you can do for flu season are practice diligent self-care, and be ready to take action should you start to feel flu symptoms. So let’s learn some options! Please note …

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Self-Care Hacks for Busy People

September is National Self-Care Awareness Month! Yes, you read that right. In our technology-driven world, we are accustomed to being “on” and available 24/7 that we actually need to raise awareness about taking care of ourselves.    This initiative was started by Evolve to Live to remind us that simple self-care is essential to our longevity. We are so consumed with deadlines, schedules, and endless inboxes, that we forget to do basic things like eat and breathe.   At Sunlighten, we want to change the way the world thinks about wellness and are committed to empowering others to live healthier lives, which is …

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