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Mar 07, 2018

 

 Hyperthermia Therapy

 

The Facts About Aging

It isn’t all about your genes. Studies suggest genetics only account for 20 to 30 percent of an individual’s chances of living to age 85 or beyond.

Diet, exercise, stress, smoking, and hormone balance play a major role in how we age. They affect the body’s ability to respond to damage from free radicals and chronic inflammation.

The first subtle signs of aging—such as wrinkles, weight gain, and fatigue—tend to appear in your 30s. This is precisely when testosterone and estrogen begin to decline in men and women. Coincidence? Of course not.

Signs and symptoms of aging can be controlled—and even reversed to a large degree—with hormone therapy and other anti-aging treatments.

 

Hyperthermia is a therapy that increases core body temperature. It has been used in medicine for thousands of years. In the hyperthermia method, the temperature of the tissue/body is elevated artificially with the aim of receiving therapeutic benefits.  This results in an increase in your immune system, circulation, and metabolism. In addition it will enhance glandular (endocrine) function, while decreasing lactic acid in cells. It reduces the amount of carbon dioxide in cells while facilitating cellular waste removal. Hyperthermia can reduce blood pressure and shifts metabolism to positively decrease body fat mass.

Benefits range from increased relaxation, improved energy, mood, memory, and mental focus. This therapy can induce feelings of euphoria, decrease inflammation and pain, by improving overall circulation. It helps anti-aging, detoxification, cardiovascular health, athletic performance, immune enhancement, and more.

 

Benefits

  • Increase in blood and lymph circulation
  • Increase of oxygen pressure
  • Decrease in carbonic acid production and tissue acidity
  • Increase in internal temperature
  • Revitalization on a cellular level
  • Increased local activity of the immune system

 

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