This naturally relaxes the heart, making it easier to pump blood
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—-Important Message From Dr. Joe—-
This Native American “tree bark brew” keeps 81 y.o. man going for hours
You may already know that Native American elders were the most respected members of their tribe…
…but did you know they were also the most sexually active men in the tribe?
It’s true! It was their job to populate the next generation.
And it was also their job to sleep with all the most fertile women in the tribe.
So some elders had to sleep with up to 14 new young girls every week!
One especially big tribe was able to dominate other tribes by using a secret “sexual enhancer” to keep their elders VERY sexually active…
The tribe elder would make this special brew from the bark of trees that grew in the mountains.
Unfortunately, the Puritans came in the 1500s and destroyed the tribe’s recipe to make the brew from the bark.
They BANNED the bark because of how sexually tempting it was to their Puritan men.
So this secret was lost for hundreds of years…until now…
This steamy activity makes the heart healthy enough for sex
When something lasts over 2,000 years, there’s generally a good reason for it.
Throughout history, people have been using saunas for their medicinal purposes.
Egyptians used medicinal heat therapy for patients suffering from tumors and infections.
Russians used saunas to promote profuse sweating followed by a cold exposure for building stronger armies.
In Japan there are lots of hot springs that elderly people go to regularly.
Regardless of culture or location, saunas were known to be a medicine.
The reason why saunas are so beneficial is that they cause profuse sweating.
In modern times, people don’t sweat regularly due to sedentary lifestyle, lower metabolism and endocrine disruptors.
The skin is our largest detoxification organ.
No sweating means your ability to detox is much reduced.
A sweating session helps cleanse the skin by improving circulation and shedding toxins like heavy metals and urea.
Improved blood circulation is shown to reduce acne, psoriasis and eczema.
It is also super-beneficial for our lymphatic system which helps our body to detox.
These are the most known benefits of saunas.
But since the usage of saunas is getting more popular day by day…
…researchers are more interested in it.
A recent study looks at saunas from a different angle.
This study was carried out in the University of Jyväskylä. It was published in the American Journal of Physiology in 2022.
Nearly half of all U.S. adults have some type of cardiovascular disease.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the U.S.
That’s why researchers are trying to find a way to prevent this epidemic.
In a leading university in Finland – where saunas are popular and heart diseases are lower…
…researchers wanted to test if there is a connection between sauna usage and lower cardiovascular diseases.
So, they recruited 47 participants.
They were required to have at least 1 cardiovascular (CVD) risk factor.
“The CVD risk factors were elevated cholesterol, family history of coronary heart disease (CHD), hypertension, obesity, and smoking”
There were 3 groups.
First group was a control group (No exercise, no sauna)
Second group was an exercise alone group. (Exercise 3x/week, no sauna)
Third group was an exercise + sauna group. (Exercise 3x/week, 3x/week sauna for 15 minutes)
This continued for 8 weeks.
The results were in favor of the sauna…
The researchers have found that compared to control or exercise alone, the addition of sauna led to:
- Lower blood pressure
- Reduced fat mass
- Reduced total cholesterol
- Improved VO2 Max
“Specifically, our data suggest that the addition of 15-min sauna exposure, regularly after every exercise session, three times a week for 8 weeks was able to improve CRF, SBP, and total cholesterol levels significantly.”
They have also found that heat therapy makes the heart more relaxed when pumping blood.
To simply put, it gets less fatigued.
“Eight weeks of heat acclimation has been shown to improve myocardial compliance, rendering it more efficient. It is thus plausible that cardiovascular stability may have been augmented by the addition of regular sauna exposure to exercise, and that functional, rather than morphological adaptations were responsible for the differences in CRF between the intervention groups.”
The researchers knew that exercise was beneficial in preventing cardiovascular diseases.
But they discovered that sauna exposure was an incredible supplementation to exercise.
In my experience, saunas are great for relaxing and detoxing.
I ALWAYS feel better after a sauna session.
I feel lighter and cleaner. I can also feel my heart pump blood more efficiently.
My suggestion is to incorporate sauna use into your life 2 or 3 times a week.
You will feel the difference.
—-Important Message About Heart Health—-
This 90-second exercise instantly reduces the risk of heart attack by 62%
Stunning breakthrough study out of The American College of Cardiology…
…has uncovered a “silent killer” that can lead to a heart attack or stroke in men…
…and it has to do with blood flow…
So I’ve been perfecting this 90 second exercise that can help naturally reduce your risk of stroke and heart attack.
Here’s how to use this 90 second exercise to protect yourself from the silent killer leading to heart attack and stroke — can potentially add decades to your life