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It’s Getting Hot in Here…

And that’s a very good thing, at least as far as your health is concerned. And this is nothing new…

In one form or another saunas have been used for 1,000’s of years by cultures around the world for their amazing ability to help the body relax, unwind and for their broad range of health benefits.
Saunas, while not unheard of here in the west – still haven’t been able to turn the heads of the main stream medical community. And that comes as a huge surprise to me considering all the therapeutic benefits a nice “schvitz” has to offer.

So I think it’s time we play some catch up – because the rest of the world has been taking advantage of the many therapeutic benefits of the sauna since the dawn of time.

Everything from the lavish bath houses of the Roman Empire to the simple dirt sweat lodges of our own Native Americans, the benefits of a good sweat can’t be denied.

But unfortunately here in the west, most people have no idea that sweating is critical to our physical well being. And in today’s highly toxic environment it’s become an even bigger necessity.

And I’m here to tell you, that internal cleansing through intense sweating is an absolutely must for maintaining a healthy body and a clear mind. But the list of benefits doesn’t end there.

Not by a long shot, just look at all the benefits a good sweat has to offer:

Sweat it Out:

A recent German study concluded that people who sauna twice a week got half as many colds as those who didn’t. The study didn’t explain how – but one theory is the hot air you breathe while in the sauna is too hot for most cold and flu viruses to survive in.

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Heart Healthy:

Taking a nice schvitz can have the same benefits for you heart and cardiovascular health as exercise. Raising the body temperature, even slightly raises heart rate into the aerobic range increasing blood flow, which can result in improved cardiac function.


Sweating is Mother Nature’s most efficient method for eliminating harmful toxins from the body. The heat produces a mock fever which kicks every organ in the body into action. Allowing your body to cleans itself from the inside out – reducing the body’s accumulation of lead, mercury, sodium and sulfuric acid.

Six-Pack Abs:

Raising your body temperature forces your body to produce sweat – an action that requires energy, and the burning of unwanted calories. Up to 300 calories per session – that’s the equivalent of a 2-3 mile jog or an hours worth of weight training!

Systems Booster:

Evidence suggests that the artificial fever induced by the sauna works to boost your immune system by ramping up the number of white blood cells in your blood. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic noted that the number of white blood cells increased by an average of 58% during the mock fever. And on top of that, the high temperatures experienced during a sauna can reduce the growth of most viruses and bacteria, giving your immune system the extra time it needs to take care of business.

On The Surface:

Along with increased blood flow, the heat from the sauna opens the pours allowing for the deep cleaning of excess toxins, oil, dead skin cells and acne producing bacteria from the skin. The increase in circulation also expedites the healing of cuts and bruises by bringing more fresh blood flow to the surface of the skin.

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Like a Massage:

As your body temperature rises, excess lactic acid which can build up in the muscles after exercise is quickly removed, alleviating tired over worked muscles and stiff joints. I prefer a massage – but a sauna works just as well.

The benefits of a quick sauna cannot be overlooked. But at the same time you should exercise some caution.

Remember to talk to your doctor before jumping in, just to make sure you don’t have any pre-existing medical conditions that might not interact well with the heat.

And keep in mind, the sauna should be a pleasant relaxing experience – it’s not an endurance contest. So if you start to feel dizzy or light headed – get out and cool down ASAP.

A trick you can use to extend your sauna time is to drink plenty of water before, during and after your visit. This will help keep your body from dehydrating too quickly and make your stay much more pleasant.

Take it from me, nothing beats the clean fresh feeling of sheer bliss that comes with a good sweat. Oh, and did I mention it’s good for you too!

Stay Healthy!

Louis Hart
Best Life Herbals

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