February 1, 2024
#94: The Benefits of Near Infrared Light Therapy

In this episode

  • The start of Sauna Space
  • The history of light therapy for healing
  • Thermalite technology and sun-based light benefits
  • The ancestral reasons behind taking advantage of morning light
  • How infrared light benefits the vitamin D production and the mitochondria of our cells
  • Mental health and neurocognitive benefits of NIR
  • How NIR and sauna helps cancel out the negative effects of blue light 
  • Red light therapy for thyroid health

Episode Summary

Our bodies have always used the sun to convert light into energy for movement, healing, and restoration. With the increased prevalence of blue light devices in our everyday lives and more indoor-centric lifestyles, it’s becoming harder and harder to get the benefits from the sun that used to come to us naturally. 

So how can we heal and restore our bodies if we can’t get enough benefits from naturally occurring infrared light? Brian Richards from Sauna Space has one solution. He created a technology that combines the detoxifying benefits of a sauna, with the restorative benefits of near-infrared (NIR) light therapy. When combined, these two therapeutic methods can bring powerful benefits all the way into individual cells.

Join us to learn how near-infrared light therapy can help you on your path to healing and restoration and discover the mental health benefits sweat-light therapy can bring almost immediately.  

Disclaimer: This information is being provided to you for educational and informational purposes only. It is being provided to educate you about how to take care of your body and as a self-help tool for your own use so that you can reach your own health goals. It is not intended to treat or cure any specific illness and is not to replace the guidance provided by your own medical practitioner. If you are under the care of a healthcare professional or currently use prescription medications, you should discuss any dietary changes or potential dietary supplement use with your doctor, and should not discontinue any prescription medications without first consulting your doctor. This information is to be used at your own risk based on your own judgment. If you suspect you have a medical problem, we urge you to take appropriate action by seeking medical attention.



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