Are you considering investing in an infrared sauna and want to know if it’s really worth it? Curious about the benefits of infrared light and what sets these types of saunas apart? Tune in to hear Ali and Becki interview Nicole Carlson with Sunlighten Sauna on the research-supported benefits of infrared sauna use from decreased blood pressure to detoxification to mental health and beyond. 


In this episode, Ali and Becki dig into the difference between traditional saunas and infrared as well as the benefits of near and far infrared exposure for specific conditions. Infrared sauna can increase core body temperature, providing benefits of caloric burn, enhancing immune health and even improving circulation and heart health. We can also see benefits of improved sleep, improved muscle recovery and reduced cortisol levels. Learn about how often you can use sauna, who would benefit from this therapy and how to enhance your sauna experience using strategic supplementation and other lifestyle modifications. Plus we discuss concerns with EMF exposure, and toxic materials and adhesives and the importance of 3rd party testing. 


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More about Sunlighten: 

Shining light on infrared technology, Sunlighten® is the #1 choice for personalized infrared light treatments. Since 1999, we have been committed to innovating wellness products and services that empower our customers to improve their quality of life. Our patented SoloCarbon® technology rejuvenates the body by delivering the highest dose of infrared energy to the body – proven up to 99% effective. Our technological innovations are fueled by our passion to make a difference. And we are building a global community of businesses, consumers, and trusted experts to support each other along the way and make the world a healthier, happier place.

Nicole Carlson has a passion for helping others through education, consulting & training to both heal, improve and preserve health and wellness. She specializes in scientific based yet holistic approaches to healing and life balance. Nicole holds a degree in Psychology & Sociology as well as a certification in Functional Nutrition.


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