After undergoing treatment for breast cancer, Jessica Kurz knew something was still wrong.

She had gone through several surgeries and rounds of chemotherapy and now had joint pain as well as neuropathy from the treatment.

“I knew that I wasn’t healthy,” Kurz said. “I knew that I didn’t feel well.”

After researching complementary therapies, she decided to try infrared sauna therapy.

Soon after, she and her husband installed their own infrared sauna in their home.

She started to feel better. It helped alleviate her joint pain. It helped her sleep better.

“I felt more like myself than I had since before my diagnosis,” she said.

Her husband also had shoulder tightness. So he decided to give it a go as well.

“We absolutely loved it,” she said.  . . .  (Read More)

Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel