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Are Saunas Good for Your Brain?


By Dr. Mercola In the U.S., many Americans use a sauna only occasionally, perhaps while at the gym or on vacation — if at all. In Finland, in contrast, 99 percent of Finns take at least one sauna a week,1 and some far more often than that. 137 more words

Are Saunas Good for Your Brain?


By Dr. Mercola In the U.S., many Americans use a sauna only occasionally, perhaps while at the gym or on vacation — if at all. In Finland, in contrast, 99 percent of Finns take at least one sauna a week,1 and some far more often than that. 137 more words

The View from the Sauna Porch

I’ve been thinking a lot about trees recently, specifically all the trees in the little mountain dell where I’m lucky enough to live. And when I say… 788 more words

Random Musings

Useful Accessories that Can Enhance Even the Best Far Infrared Sauna


Most far infrared saunas already come with essential accessories, such as a thermometer, a timer, and lighting. These enable you to make the most out of your sauna bathing experience. 95 more words

Business

CLEAN FROM WITHIN: HOW INFRARED SAUNAS HELP RID YOUR BODY OF TOXINS


People say that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but this age-old adage doesn’t necessarily tell the whole story. Before that apple gets to your fridge, it was grown in a farm where it was exposed to both chemical fertilizers and pesticides. 115 more words

Business

Island Spa, Edison's 'hidden getaway'

Written for MyCentralJersey.com

EDISON – MyCentralJersey.com entertainment and business columnist Bob Makin does not look like the kind of guy who goes to the spa. 765 more words

Columns

Far Infrared Saunas: Canadian Hemlock or Canadian Western Red Cedar?


The natural beauty of wood is among the greatest appeals of owning wooden saunas. Several types of wood are used in constructing saunas and they vary in durability, efficiency, affordability and aesthetic quality. 68 more words

Business