Infrared Saunas for Treating Lyme Disease


Infrared Saunas Treating Lyme Disease. Detoxification is just as equally important in healing from Lyme Disease as an effective treatment protocol is. Those treating their Lyme Disease know that toxins released from dead spirochetes flood their bodies once the spirochetes are killed. Though this debilitating experience is a great indication for an effective treatment protocol, the process itself occurs many times throughout treatment. As a result, toxins build up in the body and the process of removing them becomes too much for passage detox methods. Infrared saunas pick up the slack by helping to bring the overall toxin load down in an effective manner.

Why an Infrared Sauna?

People who find an effective treatment protocol will inevitably find their bodies becoming overwhelmed with large amounts of toxins. However, they lack an effective means of removing these toxins from the body. As a result they still continue to feel bad. A person may find that a detoxification protocol that worked during the first few months of treatment is not as effective in the later months of treatment. It is because the rate of detoxification is much slower than the rate at which toxins are being released by Borrelia.

Continuing a treatment and detoxification protocol will ultimately lead to slow, but consistent toxin buildup in the body. As a result, you may find herxes take longer to recover from. Certain detox methods just aren’t as effective as they used to be.

Take it Slow

When you first start using an Infrared Saunas for Treating Lyme Disease, take it slow. A good starting rate for using an infrared sauna for a person with Lyme would be 1 to 2 times per week. Start with a time of about 10 to 15 minutes per session. Take it slow to prevent the mobilization of too many toxins currently stored in the body. This includes the toxins that have accumulated in the body before contracting Lyme Disease (heavy metals, pesticides, etc.). If too many toxins are mobilized at once, you ultimately end up feeling worse than before you enter the sauna. This feeling could last a few days depending on how intense the session was on the body.

You’ll also want to take it slow at first to avoid irritation of the infection itself. Borrelia, Babesia, and especially Candida have an extreme dislike of an excessively hot environment. When the infections environment is heated to more than what is preferred, symptoms can flareup and even die off can occur. If such a situation were to arise, it is best to refrain from using the sauna for at least a few days, or until symptoms subside. As would be expected, restart the usage of the sauna at a much lower dosage or exposure.

Why an Infrared Sauna and Not a Non-Infrared Sauna or Steam Room?

A non-infrared sauna and steam room will undoubtedly help remove toxins from the body. However, they appear to be more aggressive on the body in relation to an infrared sauna. You’ll find that spending the same amount of time in an infrared sauna compared to a steam room or non-infrared sauna will yield different results.

Infrared Saunas for Treating Lyme Disease also have a different method for heating up the body to induce sweating. It does so by emitting infrared radiation. This is the same reason why we feel warm in direct sunlight on a summer’s day. The infrared radiation is able to heat up deeper levels of tissue. These tissues are otherwise out of reach for a non-infrared sauna or steam room. As a result, there’s a higher concentration of toxins in the sweat from an infrared sauna.

In an infrared sauna, the air surrounding the person is cool. Unlike a steam room or non-infrared sauna, where the air can become incredibly hot. Those with air hunger, a common symptom of Babesia, will find they actually breathe easier in an infrared sauna. The air is not hot and oppressive, unlike a non-infrared sauna or steam room.

Is That Ammonia Smell?

Sure is! During the first few sessions of using an infrared sauna, you might notice a pungent smell of ammonia when you’re finished; more noticeably in the towel you sat on. Ammonia, a well-known neurotoxin, appears to be a primary exotoxin released by Borrelia. The abnormally excessive amount of ammonia found in the body, due to the presence of the bacteria, plays its part in distorting cognitive function even further. As more sessions of the infrared sauna are completed, the smell of ammonia will begin to subside in its intensity. Cognitive thought may improve and fatigue may begin to lesson. Be sure not to intensely smell, or at all, the towel you sat upon as the ammonia particles will simply reenter the body through inhalation.

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