“This study provides important baseline evidence suggesting that regular sessions of induced perspiration may facilitate the therapeutic elimination of PBDEs.” – “Human Excretion of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ether Flame Retardants: Blood, Urine, and Sweat Study.” Genuis, Shelagh K., et al. BioMed Research International: Volume 2017, Article ID 3676089.
“This investigation strongly suggests that utilizing sauna and nutritional therapy may alleviate chronic symptoms appearing after chemical exposures associated with methamphetamine-related law enforcement activities. This report also has relevance to addressing the apparent ill effects of other complex chemical exposures.” – “Methamphetamine Exposure and Chronic Illness in Police Officers: Significant improvement with sauna-based detoxification therapy.” Ross, Gerald H. et al. Sage Journals Volume 28, November 11, 2011.
“In review, recognizing the persistent nature of many PCBs in the human body, induced perspiration through means such as regular sauna therapy may have some role as a clinical modality to facilitate the clearance of some but not all PCB compounds.” – “Biomonitoring and Elimination of Perfluorinated Compounds and Polychychlorinated Biphenyls through Perspiration: Blood, Urine, and Sweat Study.” Genuis, Stephen J., et al. ISRN Toxicology, May 27, 2013.
“From our results, sweat appears to be an important excretory pathway for zinc and copper. The loss of manganese in sweat is significant.” – “The Excretion of Trace Metals in Human Sweat.” Cohn, JR et al. Annals of Clinical & Laboratory Science, July-August, 1978.