Finding The Best Infrared Sauna For Lyme Disease

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I’m fairly certain that I have, or have had, some type of Lyme infection at some point. In my early twenties, I was four wheeling in the Ocala National Forest in Central Florida, and had a tick bite that I didn’t know about. Over the next two days, the tick broke off in my upper thigh, and the skin grew over it over the next few weeks. For the next year or so, I had this thick callus like ring of skin that would just not heal. It itched like crazy, (I didn’t know it at the time, but half of the tick was still under the skin), and I don’t remember why, but a year later I ended up cutting it open and squeezing it out. I didn’t think much of it at the time, but now ten years later, dealing with fatigue, brain fog, and anxiety, and having my mercury fillings removed… I finally stumbled on to the work of Dr. Klinghardt before seeing my functional medicine doctor. I never knew about the connection between a person not being able to kill Lyme completely, when they have leaky gut and the presence of heavy metals and parasites.

Since I wasn’t able to do synthetic chelation to get rid of the heavy metals, the next best thing was to do it through the skin with an infrared sauna. This way, my organs wouldn’t be taxed any more than they already show on all my labs, and the side benefit is that regular sauna use, definitely helps with Lyme. I’ll be adding a few more things to the protocol and will come back here and update this later… I just don’t want to write about them yet, until I test them out for myself first.

Which Type Of Sauna Works Best For Killing Lyme?

There is some debate that a certain type of infrared sauna works better for getting rid of lyme disease. However, when you really dig in to the research, the main points point to hyperthermia (raising of the body temperature) is number one when it comes to fending off viral infections. The piece about regular use is what I think is most important. A lot of people are using saunas just at the gym, of paying to use one at the spa. But I think you really need to have a sauna in your home, in order to hit Lyme ultra hard on a daily basis. You’ve got to keep the temperature elevated on the daily for the first bit. (I’m not a doctor, this is just my opinion based on my experience with paying to use an infrared sauna a couple times a week in my city, compared to using one daily at my house)

Does A Low EMF Sauna Even Matter? Do The High EMF Dangers Of A Cheap Costco Sauna, Far Outweigh The Infrared Benefits On Lyme?

In my quest to find a low emf sauna, I think it’s absolutely critical to have one for lyme patients as well. My reasoning for being such a stickler for low emf, wasn’t because of my possible lyme and heavy metal load (having minute amounts of heavy metals deposited in your fat cells from mercury amalgam fillings from childhood, that have been leaching into the body for the last two decades, can turn you into a giant antenna compared to a normal person’s response to non native EMF), it was because of my job of being a professional blogger, and my heightened daily exposure that already exists… Anything I can do to lower that, especially when I’m trying to go into a safe sanctuary to heal (sauna time), is a major benefit to reduce my overall load.

I originally bought a sauna from Costco, and it turned out to be dangerously high in EMF’s which I’ll be posting videos on shortly. Until then, I removed the sauna recommendations here, as I found almost all of them are imported from China, and there’s a bunch of shady shit going on in the sauna industry. Sauna companies are marketing themselves as low emf, when they’re clearly not in my videos where I measured them. Sauna salesman are flat out lying, and you have these sauna detox group Nazi’s that say there is only ONE brand of sauna that works which is bullshit. Until I finish testing the saunas I’ve wasted thousands of dollars on so far, I won’t update this post with the recommended sauna brands.

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