Infrared Sauna for Cancer
In the UK, there are about 375,000 new cancer cases annually, or about 1,000 cases every day. In the UK, there are more than 182,000 new instances of cancer in women each year. In the UK, there are about 193,000 new instances of cancer in men each year.
The most difficult aspect of fighting cancer is that the majority of regularly advised treatments deteriorate the body’s immune system. In certain situations, these treatments actually promote the development of cancer. Pure Medical’s holistic approach uses detoxification techniques, including infrared sauna therapy, to strengthen the immune system and improve treatment outcomes.
The central nervous system generates pain and other general discomfort sensations when the body is in distress. The body does this to draw attention to an issue so that it can be given higher priority. As a result, biological processes including digestion, immunological response, and elimination are inhibited in order to focus resources on the top-priority issue. Basically, chronic pain can cause:
- Fewer nutrients reach tissues
- Blood is drawn into the centre of the body to reduce the blood’s exposure to attack
- Acid accumulating in the body (and cancer thrives in acidic environments)
Chemotherapy and radiation therapy frequently result in this. Through the removal of toxins that irritate tissues and cause discomfort, infrared sauna treatment aids patients in overcoming the pain response.
The cooling response after the therapy induces also reverses the nervous system’s action to draw blood toward the centre of the body. Detoxification helps the body cope with stress by making it less acidic, which lessens the likelihood of cancer developing, spreading, or returning.
How Does Infrared Sauna Therapy Help Treat Cancer?
NASA-developed infrared sauna technologies effectively lessen the unpleasant side effects of radiation and chemotherapy for cancer patients.
The idea that infrared therapy has a dual effect on human health is supported by a number of research studies. The hypothermic activity of infrared not only combats harmful and malignant cells but also heals and regenerates our bodies at the cellular level.
Using high temperatures to treat cancer on body tissue is known as hyperthermia. Infrared is the best cancer treatment because it targets weaker cells while sparing good tissue from damage.
Regularly using an infrared sauna also improves blood circulation since the thermal radiation transforms the body at the cellular level by penetrating deep into the body. Then, as ATP production increases, freshly-oxygenated haemoglobin rushes throughout our bodies.
This effect is also related to the reversal of malignant cell growth since cancer cells cannot survive in highly oxygenated environments. Along with the oxygenation they offer, infrared saunas have great detoxifying properties that lure people in.
Infrared saunas have a number of detoxification benefits, such as eliminating toxins from one’s internal organs and causing cutaneous flushes.
Additionally, an infrared sauna generates a lot more sweat than other heating methods since infrared heat directly permeates the human body.
People may spend more time in the sauna thanks to infrared heating, which also makes it possible for at-risk populations to use this therapy.