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As part of a scoping review regarding arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury, we reviewed the scientific literature pertaining to toxicant excretion in sweat (detox)…
I often say that managing multiple myeloma is a lifestyle. A lifestyle requiring years of conventional, complementary and integrative multiple myeloma therapies. One of the most relaxing of all multiple myeloma therapies is whole-body hyperthermia aka sauna.
What do Jennifer, Wendy and I all have in common? According to the articles linked below, Whole-Body Hyperthermia (WBH). Studies show that heating your internal body temperature to 102-104 degrees Fahrenheit kills cancer cells inside you.
When I sit in a sauna for 20 minutes several days each week at approx. 200 degrees (F) I can get my internal body temp up and give myself a mini fever. More importantly, according to the study linked below, I reduce my body’s heavy metals.
Many people say that there is no way to “detox” the body but I believe that sweating out mercury, cadmium and arsenic is detoxing my body.
Further, studies show that you can lower your blood pressure and help your heart. All with whole-body hyperthermia. All by just relaxing…
I am a long-term MM survivor and MM cancer coach. WBT is one of the evidence-based, yet non-conventional therapies that has kept me in complete remission from my “incurable cancer” multiple myeloma since 1999.
For more information about both conventional and non-conventional therapies to manage your cancer, scroll down the page and ask a question. I will reply ASAP.
“Arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury exposures are ubiquitous. These toxic elements have no physiological benefits, engendering interest in minimizing body burden. The physiological process of sweating has long been regarded as “cleansing” and of low risk…
No person is without some level of toxic metals in their bodies, circulating and accumulating with acute and chronic lifetime exposures. An individual may take numerous measures to minimize exposures and to optimize metabolism and excretion of toxic elements in the stool and urine with diet, supplements, and chelation therapy [1, 2]; however, an often overlooked route of excretion of toxicants is via the process of sweating .
Sweating with heat and/or exercise has been viewed throughout the ages, by groups worldwide, as “cleansing.” As part of a scoping review regarding arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury, we reviewed the scientific literature pertaining to toxicant excretion in sweat…
Arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury may be excreted in appreciable quantities through the skin, and rates of excretion were reported to match or even exceed urinary excretion in a 24-hour period. This is of particular interest should renal compromise limit urinary excretion of toxic elements…”
“Last week, the National Enquirer reported that Jennifer Aniston is using a portable infrared sauna installed at home to fend off cancer cells…
However, for clinical-nutrition student Wendy Myers, saunas are a way to extend her life — literally.
For the last five years, the 43-year-old lifestyle blogger has been using a $1,200 infrared sauna in her Los Angeles home three-to-five times a week, for 45 minutes at a time, to fight cancer cells…
Myers started using the portable sweat-room five years ago as a non-invasive way to treat low hormone production and thyroid function, which she says stimulate cancer cell growth. She first read about the treatment on an alternative-health Web site.
“I’ve never felt better,” Myers says. “People who use this are going to have longer health and longevity.”
“I like saunas because I feel better afterward,” Bauer adds. “For now, that’s the best reason to use one. If the science shows us some stronger benefits down the road, I’ll increase my usage then.”