Is The Times Confused About How Sauna Use Affects Human Physiology or Is It Simply an Unreliable Narrator for its Readers? Since September of 1851 when the New York Times was founded, its daily readership has grown to touch nearly every portion of the planet. ‘The Times’, as it is colloquially known, has earned its… Read more
Mitochondrial Metabolism Articles
How Regular Sauna Use May Positively Impact The Aging Brain: Nrf2 Activation
Cognitive decline seems to be an inevitable part of the aging process. Even if an individual is not struggling with a specific mind-related illness such as Alzheimer’s Disease, the brain will typically begin to decline in function. Any investigation into the potential to age gracefully, or to reverse some of the biological effects of aging,… Read more
Sauna Bathing For Your Healthspan
Living longer, healthier lives is a topic that interests most people. The conversation surrounding the reduction of controllable causes of mortality is something that is being explored and studied in science labs worldwide. It used to be that the most common expression to describe this field of study was ‘lifespan’ or ‘longevity’, but with greater… Read more
Is It Possible To Change Your Mitochondrial Metabolism With Sauna Use?
Sauna use presents a plethora of health benefits that can be seen and experienced by the user in very tangible ways, but what is happening below the surface to create these remarkably positive effects? While there are many biochemical responses to sauna use in general; an orchestra of changes begin with the mitochondria of each… Read more