Infrared saunas use infrared light which is a gentle, soothing, and therapeutic heat that promotes total relaxation while detoxifying the entire body.
Infrared Saunas are recommended for:
Joint / Muscle Pain Relief
Stress / Fatigue Relief
Weight Loss / Metabolism Boost
Burns / Scar treatment
Hives (urticaria), gout, tissue damage, prostate hypertrophy
Blood pressure regulation
Skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and acne
The benefits of using an infrared sauna
During your relaxing and rejuvenating infrared sauna session, your body sweats and burns calories. As you relax in the gentle heat of the far-infrared sauna, your body works to produce sweat, circulate blood and burn calories. At 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 degrees Celsius), stored fat is broken down and becomes soluble. In a single 30 minute session, you can burn up to 600 calories!
Increased blood circulation improves nearly any condition. The delivery of oxygen-rich blood to all muscles and joints stimulates the healing process for all joint and muscle-related ailments. The deep heat of our infrared saunas, helps peripheral blood vessels dilate, bringing relief and healing to muscle and soft tissue injuries. Increased blood supply to oxygen-depleted tissues helps reduce pain and speeds up the healing process. When tissue is warm, the muscle is more relaxed, which results in greater flexibility and range of motion.
The deep penetration of the infrared rays into your body and the resonance with your body tissue cells ensure quick removal of body toxins. Your body’s natural sweat reaction in the infrared sauna ensures that your skin is deeply purified and that toxins find their way out. Efficiently.
The body naturally eliminates stored toxins through sweating. Increased blood circulation stimulations the sweat glands further, helping to release even more built-up toxins and waste.
Daily sweating can help detoxify your body, as it rids itself of the accumulated carcinogenic heavy metals like lead, mercury, zinc, nickel, and cadmium. As well, alcohol, nicotine, sodium sulfuric acid, and cholesterol are eliminated. Heat therapy effectively speeds up the body’s natural ability to remove these toxins for improved overall health.
Infrared energy is a natural phenomenon. The sun emits infrared energy. Most living creatures emit infrared rays (that is why they can be seen with infrared night viewers). Infrared waves penetrate the deeper layers of the skin and assist in cell replacement and deep cleansing of your skin. Other effects include purging clogged pores of deeply embedded impurities and dead skin cells. You will be amazed by your glowing radiant skin. The increased blood circulation encourages a healthy flow of nutrients to your skin that helps relieve acne, eczema, psoriasis, and burns. Saunas will also encourage the healing of lesions and minor cuts.
Excessive sweating is achieved after just a few minutes in the infrared sauna. This helps to carry off deeply embedded impurities, expel dirt, and chemicals, and slough off dead skin cells from the body’s surface. The skin is, therefore, softer, radiant, and immaculately clean.
Increased circulation draws your skin’s own natural nutrients to the surface. You will see improved tone, elasticity, texture, and fresh color. Increased blood circulation has also been shown to relieve acne, eczema, and psoriasis. In addition, wounds heal more quickly, reducing scarring.
The warm soothing effect of the radiation will provide immediate benefit to tightened and knotted muscles, leaving the user feeling refreshed and invigorated.
Infrared saunas enhance blood circulation, stimulating the perspiration process and in turn increasing the body’s heart rate and overall cardiac output. This achieves similar cardiovascular conditioning as vigorous exercise.
Boosted Immune System
The infrared heat strengthens the body’s immune response, resulting in increased resistance to disease. Recent studies show cold and flu symptoms are reduced dramatically if treated early with infrared heat. Infrared sauna benefits include strengthening of your immune system by raising your white blood cell count.
How does an infrared sauna work?
Infrared refers to the electromagnetic waves that fall between visible light waves and microwaves. Depending on the wavelength, infrared can be further divided into short-range, mid-range, and far-range waves. The far-range wave has the longest wavelength and the highest efficiency of the three. In fact, the far-range wave provides multiple health benefits to the human body. Infrared heat provides all the healthy benefits of natural sunlight without any of the dangerous effects of solar radiation. Infrared heat is used in incubators in hospitals, to keep newborn babies healthy, warm, and comfortable.
BEFORE USING AN INFRARED SAUNA
Ensure that you are adequately hydrated prior to using the sauna. This means that you should drink. Please drink water. Your infrared sauna will assist in weight loss, but it’s not a good idea to replenish the lost calories with high-calorie drinks. Drink water.
Limit the use of lotions or oils prior to using the sauna, as these products block pores and limit perspiration.
WHILE USING AN INFRARED SAUNA
Most people allow their sauna ten to fifteen minutes to reach the desired temperature when they turn it on. You can start using the cabin during the time when it is heating up. This allows your body to get used to the increased temperature.
You can open the front door a bit or open the ceiling vent (if your sauna has one) to allow fresh air to enter. You will continue to enjoy the infrared sauna benefits even while fresh air is circulating through your sauna.
Place towels on the bench seat and under your feet to absorb perspiration and maintain the cleanliness and hygiene of the unit.
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