detox [how sweat affects it]

We encounter toxins every day, through the air we breathe, the products we use, the food we eat, and even the thoughts we think. Our bodies do their best to filter out these toxins on their own, but given the radical increase of toxicity in the modern world, we are simply unable to cope with the amount of toxins that constantly bombard our systems. The toxins that the body cannot get rid of quickly are accumulated, and are oftentimes stored in fat deposits in order to protect the rest of the body from contact. Others may interfere with or even clog natural pathways, which can have a negative effect on the immune system, cardiovascular system, neurological system, and digestive system.

Sweating is one of the body’s natural ways to eliminate these toxic particles (including chemicals, heavy metal traces, and pathogens) so that they do not encumber natural processes. Far Infrared energy stimulates a deeper sweat than can typically be achieved through exercise or other forms of heat by warming subcutaneous fat and increasing the core temperature while muscles are relaxed, which allows the toxins to flow freely out of the system. This deep sweat reduces levels of lead, copper, zinc, nickel, mercury, chemical toxins, and lactic acid, which helps correct metabolic imbalances, ease weight loss, soothe sore muscles, and even slow the aging process.