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Infrared Sauna vs Sweat Therapy
Have you been feeling stressed, getting sick too often, or feeling depressed/anxious? Do you want to feel rejuvenated, content, and relaxed?
Well, I guarantee you that depending on your situation that the infrared sauna or then sweat therapy is just what you need.
Here are some of the benefits of infrared sauna and sweat therapy; as well as the differences to help you choose the right one for you. The best Kendall Sauna Treatment is offered at the Mahima Center, where we pride ourselves in giving you a relaxing and peaceful experience.
“The benefits of heat bathing have much to do with the sauna creating a self-induced fever. As Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine observed, “Give me fever and I can cure every disease.” While this statement is a hyperbole, it does point to the healing power of an increased body temperature.” – Craig Lahti
Heat bathing brings benefits from the creation of a self-induced fever. The benefits of a sauna are to bring a sense of relaxation, to cause perspiration, reduce stress, and relieve pain and aches. Sweat therapy combines the practice of group counseling and psychotherapy with group sweating. This therapy provides benefits such as treatment of medical, mental health and substance abuse due to the experiences of psychotherapy combined with the heat exposure. The main focus in sweat therapy is to address chronic pain, issues of lifestyle related diseases, and to improve cardiovascular functions.
Infrared Saunas like the ones in the Mahima Center, where they offer the best Kendall Sauna Treatment, has benefits such as possibly killing cancer cells, helps controls candida and pathogen cells, reduces cellulites and much more. In addition, it helps eliminate heavy metals or toxins such as pesticides or phthalates that can be excreted through the body via sweat. Sweat therapy is not effective for detoxification since the sympathetic nervous system activity inhibits toxic elimination.
However, sweat therapy uses heat to soothe the body, release muscle tension, and promoting a deeper state of relaxation. As the heat becomes more intense, the participant is challenged to remain calm as negative thoughts enter their mind. Learning to endure the heat helps the participant in a form of meditation and leaves one with the sense of accomplishment.