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Confused After Shopping for Saunas? Here are the Top 5 Infrared Sauna Myths Revealed!
With so much information on the internet, researching infrared saunas can be confusing. There are hundreds of saunas online that look similar at various price points, with claims of health benefits to get you to quickly click and buy. The truth is, there are many factors to consider, they are not all apples-to-apples comparisons and you do get what you pay for! We have done some investigating on claims that are being made online to find out what is fact or fiction.
Myth 1: You can get a quality, More >
Hot on the heels of last week’s terrific Sunlighten customer review, we received this amazing testimonial from a customer with a rare form of cancer:
I LOVE my Solo Spa!!! The Solo Spa I purchased from you has been a very powerful treatment protocol for me in treating my cancer. 2 years ago I was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called Lipo Sarcoma. This cancer is medically treatable only with surgery. There are no other medical treatments recommended.
I am very much into Alternative and Integrative medicine so as I began my research it led me to many great More >
We absolutely LOVE to hear from our customers and we are lucky to have been able to keep in touch with so many of them throughout the years. They touch base with their sales associate on occasion with updates on health issues, questions about their saunas and even, sometimes, to share photos of what their Sunlighten infrared saunas look like in their homes and businesses.
August was a popular month for photo submissions – we received SO many pictures of new mPulse saunas and new Signature saunas in their new spots. Some are in bathrooms, others in home gyms, many in the basement. And More >
We’ve talked here before about the effect that chromotherapy (or color therapy) can have on a person’s emotional state. There have been some positive findings regarding the regular and targeted use of colored light to balance emotional and physical energy.
Now, it looks like color therapy might be useful in the fight against diabetes as well. According to a study out of Zurich, Switzerland, burst of blue light may be helpful to trigger a genetic response to make more insulin.
People with type 2 diabetes do not respond properly to insulin, which controls blood sugar levels. Many diabetics are insulin injection-dependent.
The scientists More >
May is American Stroke and High Blood Pressure Awareness Month – 31 days dedicated by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association to increasing awareness of strokes, stroke risk factors and reducing those risks.
There are several risk factors for stroke, including a few that can be helped with regular infrared sauna use. Talk to your doctor to find out if you have any of these health risks. Then, work together with your doctor to develop a plan that’s right for you.
Stroke risk factors include:
- High blood pressure – High blood pressure is the most important risk factor for stroke.
- Carotid or other artery More >