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Beyond The Sweat

Infrared is synonymous with heat and sweating. While that’s the desired outcome, a sauna provides a host of health benefits beyond perspiration. These innovative wellness wonders can provide a myriad of health improvements—and we’re still discovering many more. Meanwhile, explore some of the known sauna benefits, including pain relief, lowered blood pressure, and revitalized skin, and take your journey toward optimal health to the next level.

The Pressure is Off

High blood pressure is one of the most prevalent health issues among adults, primarily due to sedentary lifestyles, diet, general stress, and hypertension. Fortunately, infrared therapy benefits blood pressure regulation by boosting heart rate and simulating a moderate-paced walk. Essentially, far infrared heat therapy acts as a cardiovascular workout, aiding in healthy levels of blood pressure. Learn more:
Can Infrared Lower Blood Pressure?
Why Infrared Is An Antidote for Hypertension

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Time To Detox

Your body continuously battles a wide range of toxins, including pesticides, toxic metals, PCBs in plastics, environmental pollution, and GMOs (genetically modified organisms) – substances our ancestors never anticipated. Furthermore, when coupled with an unhealthy diet and a sedentary lifestyle, these toxins can potentially compromise your immune system. Fortunately, Health Mate infrared saunas help detox  your body using our patented Tecoloy™ heaters. This heating technology increases toxin removal from 3% to a whopping 15% when compared to conventional saunas, a significant sauna benefit. Read on:
How Does Infrared Detox Work?
Do You Need A Dopamine Detox?

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Fend Off Infection

Infrared sauna benefits are particularly valuable for individuals with compromised immune systems or ongoing illnesses who require additional support. The power of a Health Mate infrared sauna’s intense heat naturally triggers an artificial fever, mimicking the body’s response to infection. In turn, it promotes cell repair which enhances the body’s immune response.
How Infrared Improves Our Immunity
Can Infrared Help Fight the Flu?

Natural Healing

Your body has an amazing ability to heal itself. Cuts, scrapes, bruising, and scars all eventually fade as time passes. Using infrared therapy can help expedite the healing process as a complement to your natural healing ability. In particular, near-infrared red light promotes cell regeneration and reduces inflammation. Interestingly, mid and far-infrared emissions provide additional healing by improving circulation and building immunity. While it may sound contrary that heat reduces inflammation, the combination of heat and light stimulation can be helpful over time.
All About Infrared For Wound Healing
Health Mate As Healing Therapy

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Burn Those Calories

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, regular use of an infrared sauna provides the same cardiovascular outcomes as running. Imagine, no physical exertion required, simply relax! Infrared saunas heat your body directly, raising your core body temperature. In turn, this boosts your cardiovascular function and creates a fat-based sweat to help your body burn calories and kickstart weight loss. Your Health Mate home sauna will revitalize your system without potential side effects caused by high-impact or exhausting workouts.
How Infrared Aids In Weight Loss
Why Your Metabolism Needs Infrared

How can infrared sauna help with losing weight?

Beauty From Inside Out

European Beauty Specialists and medical professionals both confirm that infrared sauna therapy can improve skin’s appearance since cleansed pores are a natural byproduct of sweating. The more hydrated you are the better! Plus, with the far infrared heat provided by our unique Tecoloy™ heaters, the removal of skin impurities increases along with the stimulation of collagen production. Ultimately, you’ll experience reduced acne, improved skin elasticity, and an overall brighter complexion.
Skin Benefits From Sauna Bathing
4 Key Benefits of Red Light Therapy

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Send Pain Packing

As a complement or alternative to some medications, try infrared heat therapy from a sauna. One of the most convincing reasons to purchase a Health Mate is the natural pain relief provided by our full spectrum technology. With near-, mid-, and far-infrared light and heat, you can enjoy relief from arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, sports injuries, and other ongoing discomforts. It starts with just one 20 or 30-minute session–just lean back and relax.
Infrared And Pain Relief
Treating Chronic Pain With Infrared

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Pump Up The Beat

Your heart is one of the first organs, second only to your skin, to benefit from infrared therapy. The intense infrared heat penetrates your core enough to stimulate your circulation, causing your heartbeat to increase. This is good news! Your blood delivers the oxygen you need, and the heart is in charge of keeping the flow steady. Unfortunately, poor cardiovascular health can cause issues such as poor digestion, stroke, blood clots, and cramps, to name a few. The good news is that infrared therapy can help you avoid and prevent those issues.
Saunas For Improving Circulation
3 Ways Infrared Lowers Health Risks

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Release The Tension

Stress, anxiety, tension…they can catch up to you without you realizing it. Sometimes stress manifests as headaches, muscle stiffness, or panic attacks. Yet, all of that can be reduced or eliminated by making infrared sauna therapy a regular part of your lifestyle. The effects of infrared heat are far-reaching, literally penetrating deep within your muscles to help you relax and unwind. Pairing your infrared session with some calming music on your Bluetooth device doesn’t hurt, either! Breathe in and let the sauna do the rest.
Sauna For Relaxation And Stress Relief
Infrared As An Approach To Longevity

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