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A Clinical Trial Investigating the Effectiveness of Exposure to sunlight on Lyme Disease

The Sunlighten Two person Sauna is a new addition to the range of Sunlighten portable infrared saunas that the company produces. The Sauna comes in two sizes which are ideal for college recruiting events. In its smaller six inch model it can be stored easily and taken to college events easily where it will serve as an excellent form of temporary accommodation for guests, staff and athletes. With the larger model you have the freedom of moving it around at your event and not having to stick to a limited amount of space.

One of the primary selling points of the Sunlighten Two person Sauna is it’s ability to act as a portable shower. You can use it on sporting camps, back to school events, family get-togethers, camping trips or just to have fun around the pool during the summer season. The infrared light that the Sauna produces penetrates down to the surface of the skin so that the athlete is able to experience the relief from the sweltering temperatures and work out the sweat that might have been present. The light also increases circulation which improves the body’s ability to remove toxins effectively.

The Sauna has been designed to give you all the benefits of a conventional sauna without the large investment. The user receives an extended health advocate that works with the nervous system to improve health, prevent illness and heal any underlying issues that may have arisen over the years. A neurological connection has been established between the Sauna and the use of infrared light. As a result, the Sauna can offer an increased healing potential for the user.

The Sauna was engineered to act as a restful, therapeutic experience when one first begins swimming. Over time, it becomes a primary way to help the swimmer deal with the stress that inevitably comes with competitive swimming. It was designed for swimmers of all ages to take advantage of the benefits of this unique technology. The Sauna is the first product that the Sunbeam Company has developed to directly address the needs of swimmers of all ages.

The development of the Sauna was sparked by two events; the development of the worlds most prestigious Olympic Team, and the development of lyme disease. The former stemmed from the implementation of a complete overhaul of the swimming training facilities at the Olympic Park in order to increase the accessibility of swimmers to the heart of the sport. The latter resulted from the development of a diagnosis of Lyme disease in the USA and a parallel development of effective tick control strategies throughout the USA.

Both of these factors came together and combined to create the perfect environment for the transmission of the bacterium that causes Lyme disease. During the period of approximately half a year to a year, there were a number of cases that arose from the spread of this bacterium. Approximately half of these cases were attributed to people who were using swimming pools and the other half of the cases were attributed to those who were using the public showers at local parks. A large proportion of the reported cases that came back to the Department of Health and Human Services’ office were attributed to people who were taking part in contact sports.

The diagnosis was made after the patient had gone in for a hip replacement and a CT scan and an MRI were performed. After the diagnosis was made, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) jointly conducted a workshop to determine the causes of the outbreak. This workshop was known as the Global Lyme Campaign. Based on this information, the CDC and WHO developed a set of recommendations to help in the prevention and treatment of this infection. Among the recommendations included:

After reading the recommendations, we decided that it was best to conduct a clinical trial with the intent of determining the effects of this innovative therapy in comparison with another non-pharmacological treatment method such as acupuncture, homeopathy, hydrotherapy, massage, physical therapy, or yoga. Our laboratory specializes in the field of bio-health and works closely with healthcare providers to design and execute treatment trials. We also conduct an epidemiological study to evaluate the incidence and prevalence of Lyme disease in Wisconsin, USA, between 1998 and 2021. Based on this study, we have developed a hypothesis for the role of infectious mononucleosis in this occurrence. Since our laboratory is well equipped to perform the necessary tests and to determine conclusive results, we are confident in presenting these findings to the Lyme clinical trial participants.