Infrared therapy is one of the best natural ways to lower blood pressure

Research has shown that sauna therapy reduces systolic blood pressure because the heat dilates blood vessels and reduces the volume of the inner lining of the vessels, thus promoting healthy blood pressure. And, as you know, anything you can do to keep your blood pressure in the healthy range reduces your chance of heart attack and stroke.

Research has shown that men who engage in frequent sauna use had reduced risks of fatal cardiovascular events and all-cause mortality.

The JAMA Network Journals, >Sauna use associated with reduced risk of cardiac, all-cause mortality. From ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 23 February 2015.

“During your sauna, as you sweat, you’ll be stimulating better flood flow and circulation throughout your body. That increased circulation will help lower blood pressure, and make you feel good all over, relaxing tight muscles and easing minor aches and pains to boot.”

>6 reasons to put infrared saunas on your must-do list, Dr Lipman