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Components of Practical Clinical Detox Programs— Sauna as a Therapeutic Tool

Walter Crinnion, ND

Abstract
When the term “sauna” is used, it typically refers to the Finnish sauna. The Finnish sauna is a wood paneled room with wooden benches and a radiant heater that keeps the temperature between 176° and 194° F at face level, with a humidity of 50-60 g H2O vapor/M3. A person does 2-3 sauna sessions of 10-20 minutes each, which can then be followed by cold immersion.

Saunas have been used as a treatment for various forms of heart disease and are not associated with increased rates of sudden death or myocardial infarctions.

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