A Little Sweat Never Hurt Nobody – the Detox Benefits of Infrared Sauna

Infrared sauna cabin

Detox seems to be the biggest ‘buzz word’ being thrown around lately — and for good reason! Common symptoms such as skin irritations, weight gain, chronic pain, hormonal imbalance, irregular sleep patterns, and many more can arise from the presence of toxins in your body.

A time proven, truly effective method of detoxification is through your sweat. Your body has the ability to sweat out harmful substances like heavy metals and other environmental toxins. So long as you’re properly hydrated, this is the safest way to expel toxins from your body.

Sweat that is formed through typical, day to day activities or physical exercise is made of 97% water. In comparison, infrared saunas produce sweat comprised of 80% water, and 20% fat-soluble toxins, heavy metal toxins, and sodium.


Infrared saunas make use of the many benefits of infrared rays, without the harm and damage associated with unprotected exposure to sunlight. It works by heating the body from the inside out, increasing your core body temperature rather than just the air around you, reducing the pressure on your lungs.

With frequent, consistent use, studies have shown that infrared saunas can help improve blood circulation, alleviate chronic pain conditions, and boost weight loss by helping you burn over 600 calories in just 30 minutes.

Not to mention – with the temperatures dipping lower each week, who wouldn’t want to sweat out their stressors in a toasty hour long sauna session?

Lucky for you, Personalized Health Center has our very own infrared sauna available for your use. Come in and try the many healing benefits of an infrared sauna for yourself —as well as a complimentary pack of electrolytes to help your body restore and re-hydrate.

Learn more about our infrared sauna services and book a session at Personalized Health Center today!






by Hari

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