Sunlighten saunas use infrared therapy to lower blood pressure and improve health

February 19, 2018 by  
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Sunlighten  saunas use far-infrared radiation to lower blood pressure, aid in weight loss, and support detoxification. The founders of the company, one of whom overcame a decade of illness using infrared therapy, created Sunlighten as a way of bringing this health-improving technology to people who want to achieve their wellness goals, develop healthy lifestyles , and maintain vitality for the long-term. Sunlighten mPulse infrared saunas are built using sustainably harvested wood , feature no toxic glues, and add only cents per month to the user’s electricity bill. Energy efficient and safe, the saunas are equipped with Sunlighten Solocarbon far infrared heating panels as the most effective far infrared sauna heaters on the market today. Related: The Grandview Barrel Sauna is a backyard oasis for the entire family Scientific research shows that far infrared is most therapeutic in high concentrations. Solocarbon panels are proven to be 95 percent emissive, meaning that 95 percent of the energy being produced is in the therapeutic range to increase core body temperature for a deep, detoxifying sweat. The company’s patented magnetic locking system eliminates unsightly clips, buckles, and screws, with hidden magnets in the sauna walls making set-up and take-down quick and easy. + Sunlighten

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Tesla Roadster in space could collide with Venus or Earth

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Elon Musk isn’t the only person amused by a Tesla in space — scientists at the University of Toronto and Charles University have devoted their attention to figuring out just what might happen to the Roadster officially classified by NASA as a celestial object . Researchers think the space-traveling car could ultimately crash into Venus or Earth — but don’t panic yet. University of Toronto Scarborough assistant professor Hanno Rein and his team think the red Tesla Roadster could collide with our planet or Venus, but probably not for millions of years. They ran several simulations with “sophisticated software that can track the motion of objects in space,” according to the University of Toronto . Related: Elon Musk releases historic video of Starman cruising through space in a Tesla Roadster The probability that Musk’s Tesla will collide with Earth during the next one million years is six percent, and 2.5 percent for Venus. The scientists ran simulations for the first three million years of the Tesla’s journey in outer space , although Rein said the most likely outcome is that the car will crash into either Earth or Venus in the next 10 million years. If the car does crash into Earth, any future people probably won’t need to be too concerned because most or all of the Tesla will probably burn up in our planet’s atmosphere . The vehicle is on “a Mars and Earth crossing orbit, meaning it will travel on an elliptical path that repeatedly carries it beyond Mars and then back to Earth’s orbital distance from the sun,” according to the press release. If you happen to be alive in 2091, the scientists think that year will mark the first close encounter of the Tesla with Earth, when the car will pass within a few hundred thousand kilometers. Those Earth encounters will likely impact the Tesla’s journey. University of Toronto Scarborough postdoctoral fellow Daniel Tamayo said in a statement, “Each time it passes the Earth, the car will get a gravitational kick. Depending on the details of these encounters, the Tesla can be kicked onto a wider or smaller orbit , so it’s random. Over time the orbit will undergo what’s called a random walk, similar to the fluctuations we see in the stock market, that will allow it to wander the inner solar system .” The scientists submitted their research for publication to the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society ; a preprint is available here . Rein and Tamayo were joined by David Vokrouhlicky of Charles University. The university’s press release did not say what might happen to the Roadster’s passenger, Starman . + University of Toronto Images via Elon Musk on Instagram and Ken Jones

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