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Lyme disease, and if an infrared sauna can easy it.

Updated: May 9

Infrared sauna therapy has gained attention as a potential complementary approach for managing the symptoms of Lyme disease.

The claim that spirochetes, the bacteria responsible for Lyme disease, cannot survive at high temperatures is generally accurate. Heat can inhibit their growth and viability. Infrared saunas provide radiant heat that penetrates deeper into the body compared to traditional saunas, raising the core body temperature and potentially creating an inhospitable environment for bacteria.

However, it's crucial to clarify that infrared sauna therapy should not be considered a standalone treatment for Lyme disease or a replacement for conventional medical care.

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