One of the healthiest things you can do is to use a sauna. Sweat. Every day if you can. It’s certainly a lifestyle in Finland, and just about every home has one. They are not infrared saunas, mind you; but they are effective at their primary purpose of making you sweat and causing toxins to be eliminated through the largest organ of your body, your skin.
A far infrared sauna, while it is beneficial in your cancer prevention or battle by way of eliminating toxins in your sweat, much like conventional saunas, has one further benefit. The far infrared beams penetrate below the skin’s surface and affects cancer cells’ ability to survive. Infrared saunas are also easier to breathe in as they are dry. They are electric. Bearing this in mind, it is important to choose your far infrared sauna carefully. I would love to get rid of the one I have and get one that is more medically sound, and free from, or a reduced exposure to, EMF’s and toxic finishes and glues, and pesticides and treatments to the wood. I’m sure mine is okay, but again, had I known then what I know now, I would have invested a bit more for a good quality sauna. Do your research to see what is available near you, or is able to be delivered to you easily and installed easily. Again, the important things to consider are low EMF’s, toxic finishes, clean, wood, no glue, wood not treated and that it is a far infrared sauna.
I get into the sauna just about every day. It’s a great place to meditate or read. I’m in there for 30 minutes at top temperature (about 150 degrees). I towel off the toxic sweat and shower as soon as possible.
This treatment, if you can afford it, is highly recommended. When you are killing cancer, it’s important to make sure that all of the die-off and other toxins are regularly and efficiently removed from your body.
There are several good saunas out there, and there are others that don’t have a focus other than to cause a sweat. You want one that’s not going to harm you in several ways with one hand, while helping you with one issue on the other. It’s counter-productive. It’s a big investment, and one which you will use almost every day, for years. Invest wisely. I wish I did. Not that I’m having any problems with mine, but I always wonder whenever I lock myself in that little space, if it’s safe.