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Muscle RecoveryFitness

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Add a Sauna to Your Fitness Routine

Saunas provide many benefits, more than just the detoxification commonly associated with time in the sauna. It is important to understand these benefits and how they can help with athletic performance. Saunas are a great option to boost your fitness routine so find out why you should add one to yours.


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Biological Age vs. Chronological Age—Why It Matters  

Discovering the secrets to aging gracefully and living a longer, healthier life is at the heart of recent breakthroughs in longevity research. Imagine having the power to not only know your age but also understand how well your body is aging internally. This knowledge opens the door to making lifestyle changes that could potentially reverse the aging process and extend your years of vitality.


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Understanding the Link Between Inflammation and Your Age 

It’s called inflammaging, and it marks the physiological process of your cells changing. Here’s how to combat age-related inflammation.


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Spring Detox Tips for Your Body and Home

Now is a great time for a "spring detox" for your health and home. Here are tips that can help you.

LongevityHeart HealthWeight Loss

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Be encouraged: the cardio benefits of infrared saunas offer a form of heart exercise.

Saunaing actually offers a real solution to getting your heart working without demanding physical strain. Studies support the value of a sauna session as a form of cardiovascular exercise that we call “passive cardio” because it allows you to sit back and relax while your heart gets pumping.