A few years ago my sister was tested for a condition called Celiac’s disease. She had all the outward symptoms of it and after testing, it was found she did not have the disease, itself. It took a couple more years to discover that even though not suffering from the disease a person can sill be very sensitive to gluten; often exhibiting the same symptoms of the full-blown disease. This was a revelation to her. She began eliminating as much gluten from her diet as possible and today is pretty much symptom free. Interesting, the minute she does consume any gluten, her symptoms come back right away. One of the other ways she words off further inflammation is a daily Far Infrared sauna.
Celiac’s disease is an autoimmune condition that causes certain characteristic changes in the lining of the small intestine. The trigger for Celiac’s disease and gluten sensitivity is a severe reaction to gluten itself. Gluten is a protein found in wheat and other grains. There is a blood test for Celiac’s disease but it is not always reliable. There is a way to be definite about the disease but it involves an intestinal biopsy to identify the changes that are typical of this illness.
Aside from Celiac’s disease, people, like my sister, can suffer from different types of sensitivity to gluten that are not associated with the same characteristic intestinal changes. Mainstream medicine does not recognize these other forms of sensitivity to gluten, but many doctors and nutritionists believe they exist and are common. Some people recover from depression with elimination of just this one protein. Gluten also has strong associations with hyperactivity, lack of focus, and autism. My sister suffered anxiety, brain fog, dizziness and bloating. In other cases it helps digestive disorders. It can also help patients with fatigue or fibromyalgia. Sometimes those with autoimmune diseases like Rheumatoid Arthritis, RA, show positive responses. Adding daily Far Infrared sauna therapy into your routine will help reduce the inflammation caused by Celiac’s or a even a sensitivity to gluten.
Far Infrared sauna therapy reduces inflammation caused by Celiac’s, or an allergy to gluten, along with soothing many of the body’s systems irritated due to sensitivity or disease. Infrared increases circulation and with this increase the body’s core temperature rises stimulating blood flow, improving muscle recovery and most important, reducing inflammation. Inflammation is the body’s attempt at protecting itself from harmful stimuli so it can begin healing. We now know inflammation to be the beginning of many if not most diseases, including Celiac’s. Inflammation is also part of the body’s immune response. It begins with irritation and changes into the immediate healing response of inflammation. Chronic inflammation can last several months even years. This can lead to certain cancers, arthritis, atherosclerosis, periodontitis and allergies. Inflammation is part of the body’s innate healing process however, best to heal the inflammation prior to allowing it to develop. This can be accomplished with consistent use of Far Infrared sauna therapy.
Besides the relaxing and rejuvenating effects of daily Far Infrared sauna use why not add this therapy into your routine as it will deter the effects of Celiac’s, gluten allergies, infection and inflammation? I find it a really pleasurable way to maintain good health. Also, you do not need to spend hours in the sauna in order to enjoy it’s many benefits. For most between fifteen and thirty minutes a day is all that’s needed to improve your circulation thus reducing any inflammation. Increased circulation is wonderful for lowering blood pressure, relieving pain, reducing stiffness and fending off inflammation. Fight the gravity of gluten with Far Infrared sauna therapy.