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Yes, You Do Sweat Out Toxins

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  • Sweating in a sauna is one of the simplest strategies to reap big health rewards, including releasing heavy metal toxins, urea, bisphenol-A and phthalates as well as improving blood flow, reducing blood pressure and improving cognition
  • Sauna use improves mitochondrial biogenesis, optimizes heat shock proteins and reduces your risk of cardiovascular events and stroke
  • Research data finds chemicals in your sweat may communicate fear or disgust to those around you
  • Sweating is not a fitness end goal; this means while sweating in a sauna may feel the same as sweating during your workout, it does not translate to the same cardiovascular and muscular fitness benefits

By Dr. Mercola

When it comes to your health, sometimes the simplest strategies can have a tremendous impact. Sweating in a sauna is one simple change with many health benefits, including the ability to reduce cardiovascular risk and improve mitochondrial function. It also correlates well with a reduction in the risk for dementia.

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