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Infrared Sauna for Your Heart

There is evidence that sauna can improve your heart health. A 2015 study of 2,315 middle-aged Finnish men found that increased sauna use reduced the risk of sudden cardiac death, coronary heart disease, fatal cardiovascular disease, and all-cause mortality. The study had an impressive followup of more than 20 years, so you can take those Read more…



Infrared Sauna for Arthritis

Arthritis is a condition of joints. There are at least 100 kinds of arthritis, but the most common forms are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis is a breakdown of cartilage in the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune response, in which your immune system attacks the linings of your joints. Osteoarthritis is wear and tear, Read more…




Colin and Leslie’s Interview with Fairytale Access

Colin and Leslie had the opportunity to sit down with Denise-Marie McIntosh, host of Fairytale Access, to talk about cryotherapy, photobiomodulation, floating, sauna’s, compression, and everything wellness!  Here is the video: Hopefully this helps you better understand our modalities and please feel free to share this with people you feel could benefit from understanding our modalities Read more…


Infrared Sauna for Lyme Disease

Colin Cook The CDC believes there are as many as 300,000 new cases of Lyme disease every year. The number appears to be growing, which may be the result of climate change extending the geographical range of the black-legged ticks that carry it or increasing numbers of people seeking recreational opportunities out of doors, or Read more…



5 Tips for Optimizing Your Infrared Sauna Use

In the past, I have written in this space about how infrared sauna can improve your cardiovascular health, hinder the proliferation of cancer, help you recover from heart failure, avert Alzheimer’s, treat many of the effects of lifestyle diseases, counteract the aging of skin, help you avoid sports injuries, and lose weight. If you have Read more…


Infrared Sauna and Your Wrinkled Skin

Dermatologist Suzan Obagi, writing for Scientific American, says that after the age of 20, you produce about one percent less collagen each year. Collagen, which supplies firmness, is one of three primary components of healthy, youthful skin. As the supply of it diminishes, skin becomes thinner and more fragile. The other primary components are elastin, Read more…