INFRARED THERAPY TO SUPPORT
Learn Why Doctors and Experts Recommend Infrared Heat to Support Cancer treatment
Infrared Helps You
fight Cancer Cells
When you use infrared light on your skin it can kill cancer cells. The infrared lighting will cause the cancer cells to swell and burst.
Since healthy cells are resistant to infrared lighting, you don't need to worry about healthy cells in your body being damaged while using an infrared sauna. The light targets malignant cells to kill them. Cancer cells often can't survive the heat of infrared lighting so you'll be left with healthy cells.
When you combine the heat and the detoxification that your body experiences in an infrared sauna, this is a great tool for preventing cancer.
SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN RESULTS
IN CANCER TREATMENT
In a 2004 article in the Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, Lawrence Wilson, MD, wrote, “If I were to single out one method to combat cancer, it is the sauna. It assists removal of chemical toxins and heavy metals, increases oxygenation, enhances the immune system, and reduces the radiation burden in the body.”
In lab tests, more than half of the rats with cancerous tumors benefited from infrared light. It only took around one month to see a difference, and the temperature of the infrared lighting was no higher than 80° Fahrenheit.
WHY INFRARED HEATH WORKS
IN CANCER TREATMENT
Infrared sauna treatments are exceptionally promising, especially for cancer, due to the selective toxicity that they have upon cells. The hyperthermic effects of infrared radiation are only harmful to malignant cells, according to Dr. Irvin Sahni, in The Truth About Cancer’s The Quest for the Cures Continues docu-series interview.
Dr. Sahni states that normal healthy cells are essentially immune to infrared radiation, while cancer cells are hyper-thermically challenged.* (Excerpt from The Truth about Cancer).
Infrared saunas provide a form of whole-body hyperthermia that boosts health in many ways. Infrared sauna therapy for cancer offers a combination of healing mechanisms that act simultaneously and synergistically to support the fight against cancer.