For high blood pressure, known as hypertension, is medication your only option? Have you noticed that ever since your diagnosis you’ve had a cough, problems with your blood sugar, or lowered exercise tolerance? You know you need to control your blood pressure, but has anyone helped you find out why it’s been so high? High blood pressure is a significant cause of preventable deaths, so it’s really important to get checked and treated. Fortunately, there are a few things to look into. The first is nutrient deficiency. Magnesium is a nutrient in nuts, leafy green vegetables, beans, and to a lesser extent in fish and meat. Not only does magnesium help with your muscles and bones, but it regulates calcium and blood pressure. A special blood test can test your magnesium levels. Fiber, fish oil and potassium have also been shown to lower blood pressure. We can actually test your blood for good oils to see if you need supplementation. Secondly, hormones can play a role in blood pressure. If your hypertension started at menopause, for example, that is a factor that would need to be taken into consideration.
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What if you could improve heart function without drugs or even exercise? Would you like to burn 600 calories a day without lifting a finger? What if you could gain personal health benefits for circulation, weight loss, sleep, immunity, stress relief, and general pain relief? Does this all sound too good to be true? With our new Sunlighten full-spectrum infrared sauna, all of this and more is possible!
What is Infrared?
Infrared light (experienced as heat) is the invisible part of the sun’s spectrum with the ability to penetrate human tissue, providing a soothing, natural warmth. It is naturally occurring from the sun and is the basis for Sunlighten sauna therapy.
Sunlighten’s SoloCarbon® infrared technology is therapeutic because it is 99% efficient at heating the body directly. It works to raise the core body temperature to produce a deep, detoxifying sweat at the cellular level where the majority of toxins reside.