The decision to travel to Pennsylvania to do the sauna detox program took me a while to make. I didn't know a single person who had done the program and, frankly, it sounded a bit wacky. I had a long list of health problems, however, and finally desperation won the day and I packed up the car. I now feel this was one of the best decisions of my life. 

Within the first few days my eyesight suddenly sharpened and colors became somehow much brighter. Soon I noticed that my mind was more focused and alert. Vocabulary words that I knew but rarely used began popping into my speech with no effort on my part. Then my legs became stronger. My coordination improved. It seemed like each day brought more small improvements which, after a few weeks, added up to a lot--more, in fact, than I had gotten going to expensive and highly touted mainstream doctors for years. 

I found the beginning of the program hard. Each night I just fell into bed or watched TV like a zombie. As the time went by, my energy slowly increased (I had virtually none when I arrived) and my boyfriend and I roamed the area after the program sightseeing, playing miniature golf and visiting our favorite local goat. My mood lightened up subtly at first and then very markedly. I had been treated for depression since high school with, to be charitable, very limited results. I never thought of mood disorders as toxin related. So I was surprised to find that the program really, really helped in this regard. I am on no medication whatsoever and my mood feels good and stable. I was not initially convinced that toxins in our environment could cause a host of health problems. I was just hoping for any help I could get. Now, however, I feel completely sure that this is a very major factor in a large variety of illnesses and I have gotten more help that I even dared to hope for. 

The program initially seemed expensive to me; I now view it was a huge bargain. If I had done this years ago, I would have saved the price of it many times over in money spent on useless treatments and idiot doctors.