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How Sauna Detox Used at Narconon Has Helped Firemen Exposed to Chemicals

When most people think of the dangers faced by firemen in the line of duty, they get pictures of raging flames, collapsing buildings and smoke inhalation. As dangerous as all these are, they don’t represent the full picture when it comes to the hazards that present themselves to firefighters. Another serious health threat which threatens the lives of firefighters is the exposure to toxic chemicals, in incidents involving spills, explosions and fumes released in a conflagration. One of the most insidious aspects of this situation is the fact that toxic chemical exposure does not always affect a firefighter in a single, catastrophic event. In many cases, a fireman may be forced into early retirement and a lifetime of disability by the effects of gradual accumulation of the toxic burden resulting from several events over the course of a career. Chemical exposure is indeed one of the greatest health threats that confront firefighters, and in exchange for their years of brave service these men and women often end up with debilitating physical conditions that can make life miserable and cut one’s years short. Continue reading How Sauna Detox Used at Narconon Has Helped Firemen Exposed to Chemicals

Detox Used in Narconon Sauna Shown to Help Reduce Chemicals Stored in Body

detoxIn The Faces of Addiction, viewers are presented with a series of more than a dozen animated GIFs which show men and women posing for mugshots over periods ranging from several months to nearly 20 years. What they all have in common is the fact that they are drug addicts, people whose appearance for the mug shot camera is typically based on an arrest for crimes such as possession or manufacture of drugs. People who look normal and healthy at the beginning of the animation transform — quickly or slowly — into something that can in many cases be described as a ghoulish appearance. Sometimes you can see it happening gradually from the outset, while in other cases the person looks relatively normal up until the end, when a shocking transformation takes place which leaves the person looking all but unrecognizable. The Faces of Addiction serves as a powerful tool for driving home the message that drugs are dangerous, and it also helps us to understand just how harmful drugs can be to a person’s physical health. This is due in large part to a factor which many people are not aware of. Continue reading Detox Used in Narconon Sauna Shown to Help Reduce Chemicals Stored in Body

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Treatment Used in Narconon Sauna Also Beneficial in Removing Pollutants

The small town of Semic had for decades been celebrated as being the birthplace of the Slovenian resistance to the Nazis in World War II, and as such it held a special place in the national consciousness of what was then Yugoslavia. Suddenly, however, the late 1980s saw the people of Semic being treated as potentially disposable. Health care was being rationed out to them on an as-needed basis, at a time when a large percentage of the population was suffering from severe symptoms and required extensive — and costly — testing for conditions that were difficult to diagnose and harder to treat. People in Semic were found to have higher rates of infertility as well as symptoms including: Continue reading Treatment Used in Narconon Sauna Also Beneficial in Removing Pollutants

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Same Sauna Method Used Through Narconon Can Help Firefighters Exposed to Chemicals

Firefighters and other first responders are famous for rushing into dangerous situations to save lives, even in situations where doing so places their own lives at risk. The obvious, and most readily recognized, risk that a firefighter faces is of course the flames engulfing a building where the crew shows up to suppress Continue reading Same Sauna Method Used Through Narconon Can Help Firefighters Exposed to Chemicals

Patients Discuss Sweat Out Process Through Narconon Sauna

saunaNarconon is different from other drug rehab programs, different in the approach that it takes and in the results that it achieves. Like many other programs, it includes counseling, but the counseling that a person receives on the Narconon program can’t really be compared with the talk therapy or group therapy that are Continue reading Patients Discuss Sweat Out Process Through Narconon Sauna

Scientific Paper Shows Treatment Used in Narconon Sauna Can Protect Workers Exposed to Asbestos

saunaAsbestos is a mineral fiber that is found in rock and soil. Due to its heat resistance and fiber strength, it has been used as a fire retardant as well as in numerous building materials for insulation. It is also used in numerous manufactured goods, including ceiling and floor tiles, asbestos cement products and paper products. Asbestos is also used Continue reading Scientific Paper Shows Treatment Used in Narconon Sauna Can Protect Workers Exposed to Asbestos

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Sauna Detox Helps with Recovery from Chemical Exposures

In May of 1985, the results of a research study on using the Hubbard Method of detoxification to reduce the body-burden of toxic chemical exposures and their adverse effects on human beings was submitted to the National Conference on Hazardous Wastes and Environmental Emergencies.  Some highlights of that paper are presented here.

Chemical Exposures

Human beings are daily being exposed to an enormous number of toxic chemicals in the environment, including in our water and food.

The research paper cited the fact of over 4million distinct chemical compounds having been reported in literature since 1965.  As of 1985 when the paper was drafted, up to 70,000 of those chemicals were known to be commercially produced.  Citing the fact of 3,000 chemicals purposely added to foods; more than 700 chemicals having been identified in drinking water; and pharmaceutical and recreational street drugs as well, it becomes readily apparent that the direct exposure to which we are all subjected is considerable.

Other facts evidenced are that a significant number of toxic chemicals tend to bio-accumulate (build-up within the tissues of an organism), especially in the fatty tissues through the body.  As of the research paper’s writing, more than 400 chemicals had been identified in human tissues, and 48 of those had been found in the adipose (fat-storing) tissues.

While diagnosis of the results of chemical exposure are traditionally based on pathological (caused by disease) findings, this study was undertaken to find the more subtle consequences of toxic chemical exposure which may be happening in the organs and neurological systems of the body before permanent tissue damage has occurred.

The Subtle Changes

The study of the Hubbard Method identified the more subtle changes experienced resulting from toxic chemical exposure as the symptoms which are common to many—if not most of us; and which can be related to other types of emotional and medical problems:

  • Increased fatigue.
  • Slowing of motor reactions.
  • Reduced visual discrimination capacities under low-level light.
  • Malaise (a general feeling of being unhappy, worried, depressed; a feeling of being slightly sick without being able to say why).
  • Irritability.
  • Headache.
  • Tiredness.

The researchers further noted that “these behavioral changes may be more sensitive indicators of general organ toxicity.”

Also cited was the fact that disease syndromes (a pattern of symptoms which indicate a particular disease) progress very slowly; and it may take exposure for many years before observable signs are present.  Unfortunately, by that time, many of the damaging changes are permanent—and irreversible.

The Results

While the researchers noted they collected information on more than 70 symptoms and signs of chemically exposed patients, there were only 15 symptoms available in literature with which to provide study control data.

The symptoms researchers gleaned from available literature were associated with several types of chemical exposure.  Predominant amongst the symptoms was headaches, muscle pain and fatigue.

The study population consisted of 120 individuals referred for treatment of health effects likely due to low-level chemical exposure, based on diagnostic assessment.

The key symptoms stemming from chemical exposure which were included in the Hubbard Method study were:

  • Rash
  • Acne
  • Thickening of the skin
  • Paresthesias (abnormal skin sensations such as burning, tingling, itching or tickling: usually associated with damage to peripheral nerves—any nerves outside the central nervous system).
  • Weakness
  • Incoordination
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Nervousness
  • Disorientation
  • Headaches
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle pain
  • Abdominal pain
  • Constipation

Study Results

After doing the Hubbard Method of detoxification program, all those participating in the study “showed significant improvements in all but one symptom.”

The Hubbard Method

The Hubbard Method of sauna detoxification which obtained such success in recovery from chemical exposure in this 1985 research study is delivered today as part of the Narconon drug rehabilitation program across the world.  It is known as the Narconon New-Life Detoxification Program, and often referred to as the Narconon Sauna.  It continues to give life-changing results, just as it has for the past thirty years, and is a vital part of rehabilitating the addict.

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Same Method Used in Narconon Sauna Can Help Law Enforcement

In the early 1980’s a retired California police officer named Leonard Villahermosa spoke about how his work in helping to break down PCP laboratories over the past few years had impacted his life. “My physical and emotional health had deteriorated greatly,” Villahermosa said. “I had never felt this bad in my life. I had severe headaches. They were so bad that just the vibration of a person’s voice would upset me. I felt sick and worn out all the time. I would start a fight Continue reading Same Method Used in Narconon Sauna Can Help Law Enforcement

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The Effects of Pesticides on the Human Body Treatment Through Sweating Process

More than four million distinct chemical compounds were reported in scientificliterature between 1965 and 1978—numbering approximately 6000 per week. Of those, about 55,000 were in commercial production circa 1984, nearly three decades ago. It was in this environmental climate of chemical inundation that the study of Continue reading The Effects of Pesticides on the Human Body Treatment Through Sweating Process