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Let Stratford Acupuncture & Nutritional Wellness Center help you get through the holidays!

With the anticipated stress of the upcoming weeks, Stratford Acupuncture wants to show you how to be proactive for your own stress-relief during some of the most

Did you know that our Infrared salt sauna can help reduce your stress levels with just one 30-minute session?

Our patients notice a big, positive difference in mood after a session. Many of our patients say that they feel less stressed, less tense and more relaxed thanks to the infrared salt sauna sessions. Some patients use the sauna regularly to gain relief from chronic conditions like arthritis due to the salt’s anti-inflammatory properties combined with soothing heat.

A truly great benefit of infrared sauna usage is that it balances the body’s primary stress hormone- cortisol, which promotes a deep relaxation response. The heat of the infrared sauna will aid in the relaxation of muscles and can relieve tension in the body. This allows you to reach a new level of relaxation. In addition, our sauna also includes Himalayan Salt bricks that create negative ions in the air which also promotes brain balancing and a sense of peacefulness. Negative ions are known to reduce pollutants and to promote a calmer, happier disposition in the people who breathe it. A Canadian study found that patients who used Infrared Saunas three times a week for three months reported improved physical health, general health and social functioning following treatments, as well as lower stress and fatigue levels.

We will be offering half-off your first sauna use until December 31, 2019!

Did you know that you can text us now?

Text 203-257-7550 and book your infrared salt sauna session!!

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