Transform Your Body With The Hidden Power of Ancient Heat Therapy... While Lying Flat On Your Back In An Infrared Sauna Blanket.

 

Many people do not believe in invasive procedures or medications for improving wellness. Instead, they opt for natural methods. And lately¬†if it feels like the topic of starting a¬†sauna routine is suddenly everywhere ‚Äď it is.¬†

 

 

 

At last! A new (although it is thousands of years old) and unique kind of self-healing. The modern sauna originated in Finland as an ancient tradition that predates written history in the region. Many cultures around the world consider the sauna a sacred place for cleansing both the body and the mind. Finally the United States is starting to catch up.

 

Recent studies demonstrate that regular heat exposure provides a range of exciting benefits. 

 

And we will let Dr. Andrew Huberman, a renowned neuroscientist and expert in the field of wellness, give you a brief introduction to these benefits: 

 

"The use of deliberate heat exposure can be a very powerful way to improve health and longevity.

Heat therapy can increase the conversion of white fat to beige fat, which can boost core body metabolism.

Heat therapy can mimic cardiovascular exercise and improve endurance, strength, hypertrophy, VO2 max, heat, and cold tolerance.

It can impact body temperature, heart health, hormone production, exercise recovery, cognition, mood, and overall longevity."

 

The primary focus of heat therapy is to mimic cardiovascular exercise, but without the loading of joints and limbs. 

 

Huberman explains, ‚ÄúYou can really tailor your heat therapy protocols to meet your individual needs. For example, many people are overworked and overstressed. Their cortisol levels aren‚Äôt at a sustainable level. Studies have shown that heat therapy has shown a very significant effect on reducing cortisol levels thereby reducing stress.‚ÄĚ

 

The benefits are seemingly endless. Starting in our early 30s, the amount of growth hormone (for healthy tissue growth) we release is diminished. Deliberate heat exposure has shown to stimulate very large increases in growth hormone output. In one study subjects experienced 16x increases in growth hormone. This is obviously an enormous and statistically significant effect.

 

‚ÄúFor athletes and people over 30 this can be very useful. Heat exposure¬†stimulates release of more growth hormone in order to recover from exercise, stimulate fat loss, muscle growth, or repair of a particular injury.‚ÄĚ

 

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There are other reasons to do deliberate heat exposure such as improving mood and mental health. You may have heard of endorphins. Turns out, heat therapy boosts endorphin production and pathways for capacity to feel good, even longterm.

 

And there's more to it - from the experts in heat therapy:

 

  • Learn how to improve your sleep by simply¬†leveraging heat exposure a few times a week in the evening before bed.¬†

  • Discover how to bolster your immune system, ward off common colds, allergies, and sinus conditions.

  • Decrease¬†bloating and water retention, simply by enjoying regular sessions.

  • Learn how when used properly,¬†heat therapy aids in detoxification and weight loss.

  • Understand the role that DNA repair plays in staying healthy and how sauna exposure has been shown to improve it to extend lifespan.¬†

 

For some people, a pricey sauna or high-end gym membership is a way to get access, but these aren't very accessible. So if you can get started with heat exposure therapy at a minimum cost, such as with an infrared sauna blanket, you won't miss out on the incredible benefits for multiple aspects of brain and body health.

 

 

The use of an infrared sauna blanket is simple, requires no laborious activity, and doesn't demand much of your time. It's the complete opposite of a strenuous workout. 

 

Dr. Huberman clarifies, "I want to emphasize that you do not have to use an actual physical sauna to get these benefits. I do realize that a lot of people do not have access to a sauna. The temperature range is what‚Äôs important.‚ÄĚ

 

Decades ago in the 1980s, the majority of the medical community might have scoffed at the innovative idea of infrared heat therapy. Yet today, a multitude of health professionals all over the U.S. endorse it as a beneficial supplement to traditional treatments. Could the same trajectory be in the cards for infrared sauna blankets?

 

The verdict is still out, but already thousands are using these convenient  blankets to enhance daily wellness and longevity. In fact, we put our Solstice infrared blanket through its paces and it is the hottest on the market. Test the benefits for yourself, entirely at our risk for 30 days. If they don't live up to every promise we've made, simply return the blanket and we will refund every penny of your money.

 

When you receive it, here is a simple way to remember how to use the blanket. No movement is needed. All you do instead is this: Lie down with the blanket comfortably wrapped around your body. Wear clothes that cover you to protect your skin. Close your eyes and focus on the gentle intensifying warmth.

 

That is all there is to the whole exercise.  

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F.A.Q

We put together some Frequently Asked Questions on heat therapy and infrared sauna blankets.


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Here are some blog articles of ours that go in further depth citing scientific sources on specific topics:

Dr. Rhonda Patrick's sauna protocols

Can saunas really boost human growth hormone?

Morning vs. Evening sauna sessions

Contrast therapy with Dr. Susanna Soberg

Estimates vary, but some sources suggest that a 30-minute infrared sauna session could burn about 200-600 calories. However, these figures are approximations and individual results can vary.

For athletes, infrared sauna blankets can aid in muscle recovery by improving circulation and promoting detoxification. They can also help with relaxation and stress relief, which can be beneficial for athletic performance and recovery. Last but not least, they can boost human growth hormone to increase muscle growth.

All electronic devices, including infrared sauna blankets, emit some level of EMF. However, many high-quality infrared sauna blankets are designed to emit low levels of EMF.

A typical session can last between 20 to 60 minutes. Start with shorter sessions and gradually increase the duration over time. We recommend using the blanket for at least 45 minutes for maximum effect. According to specialists, the hotter the temperature, the better!

You should wear light, breathable clothing. This will help protect your skin and make the experience more comfortable.

Yes, infrared sauna blankets can help reduce inflammation by improving circulation and promoting detoxification.

This depends on your personal routine and preferences. Some people find it energizing and prefer to use it in the morning, while others find it relaxing and prefer to use it before bed to aid sleep.

Yes, infrared sauna blankets do work. They use infrared heat, which is a type of energy that's absorbed directly by your body's tissues. It raises your core body temperature and induces sweating, which can provide several health benefits like detoxification, improved circulation, and relaxation. However, as with any wellness tool, results can vary depending on individual health conditions, lifestyle, and use.

No, they're not the same. Infrared sauna blankets use infrared heat to warm your body, while red light therapy uses specific wavelengths of red and near-infrared light to penetrate skin and tissues, which is believed to have various health benefits.

It's important to remember that while infrared sauna blankets can provide numerous benefits, they're not a replacement for a healthy diet, regular exercise, or medical treatment when needed. Always check with a healthcare provider before starting a new wellness regimen.