Do you ever wake up with back pain? Are you sore from yesterday’s workout? The best way to relieve your pain may be to work up a sweat. It might be very tempting to skip this step since pain will make you want to stay sidelined.
However, increasing your heart rate and working up a sweat is one of the best things you can do for your pain while sitting around will just make you even more stiff and sore.
When you are experiencing pain, you can still sweat it out in a quick 15-minute sauna session. It will help eliminate toxins, relax the body, and ease sore muscles.
Sweating is also a great way to expel toxins from the body, which will strengthen your immune system. Proper immune system function is very important in that it protects us from little illnesses like the common cold and even more..
Whether you hit the treadmill, go for a bike ride, or spend time hanging out in a sauna, when in doubt sweat it out.
The more you hydrate during a workout or in the sauna, the more you sweat. The more you sweat, the more you detox. Make sure you hydrate properly.
While utilizing and sweating in an infrared sauna, you should make sure that you keep water on hand during the session. Sweat composition varies per person. An average liter of sweat contains 20mg of Calcium, 50mg Magnesium, 1150mg Sodium, 230mg Potassium and 1480mg Chloride.
Drink at least 12 oz. during a 30 minute session, and replace electrolytes after your session with a great electrolyte powder. I recommend and use BioPure Matrix Electrolyte Powder.
Did you know there are many viruses and bacteria that thrive at our regular body temperature, but die off when our bodies heat up.? Studies have shown that human sweat serves as a natural germ shield.
We can confidently say that no one likes being slowed down by sickness, so sweating it is not a bad idea.