Wellness Blog

  • Depression is one of the most destructive diseases afflicting the modern world. Depression unravels relationships, undermines goals, and diminishes our outlook on life. After all, one of depression’s defining traits is the inability to derive pleasure. Depression, while not an entirely understood disease, has a number of symptoms that may be treated with regular infrared sauna use.


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  • Salt has a long list of uses that stretches beyond food flavoring. Its therapeutic benefits were prized by ancient Greeks, who discovered that salt inhalation was an effective treatment for respiratory problems.


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  • Salt therapy (aka Halotherapy) is a spa treatment that uses salt vapor to treat respiratory ailments like asthma, allergies, and cold viruses, along with inflammatory skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.


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  • Salt therapy as an alternative health practice to help treat asthma and other respiratory conditions is growing in popularity. But does halotherapy – the practice of breathing in tiny particles of salt dispersed into the air to help respiratory and skin problems – live up to the hype?


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  • Stay healthy with the natural preventive properties of full spectrum infrared sauna technology, which aids in cell health and overall immunity. Infrared therapy stimulates the circulatory system, causing the heart to beat more vigorously and blood vessels to dilate, which help cleanse the circulatory system and more fully oxygenate the body’s cells. Better blood circulation means more toxins flow from the cellular level to the skin’s surface to improve cell health and strengthen the immune system.


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  • Full spectrum infrared light therapy can help relieve some of the symptoms of autoimmune disease. Infrared saunas work by penetrating joints, muscles and tissues, increasing circulation and speeding oxygen flow. By reducing soreness on nerve endings, infrared heat reduces muscle spasms and helps relieve pain. Surrounded by soothing warmth, you can let the outside world slip away and feel your muscles release tension, a feature that is especially appealing for someone diagnosed with an autoimmune disease.


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  • Not just for pain, acupuncture is a natural way to treat anxiety. It works faster than therapy and keeps you drug-free.


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  • Acupuncture and acupressure are widely used to treat anxiety in both Asia and Western countries. Extensive case reports from the Chinese medical literature suggest that different acupuncture protocols reduce the severity of generalized anxiety and panic attacks.


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  • Sleep can be one of life’s greatest pleasures or one of its biggest frustrations. According to the American Sleep Association, most healthy adults need 7-9 hours of sleep nightly to function their best. Fortunately, there are many all-natural remedies to help you sleep better at night with one of those remedies being acupuncture.


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  • Some acupuncture and auriculotherapy approaches may be beneficial for insomnia. Acupuncture is a widely used treatment of insomnia in countries where Chinese medicine is practiced, including the United States, Canada, and most western European countries. The analgesic and sedating effects of stimulating specific acupuncture points are probably mediated by the release of endogenous opioid peptides in the brain.


    Updated in June 2020
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