Infrared Sauna Treatment-%100 Natural weight control, cardiovascular health and immune system boost. No prescription required
I suffer a little bit from rosacea and telangiectasia (dilated capillary on my checks) and also these day hot flashes, so never liked Sauna. But after buying the first Infrared Sauna, I love it. Why?
An infrared sauna looks similar to a traditional sauna except there aren’t any hot coals or hot stones on the electrical elements. The heat is emitted from the built-in infrared heaters, which are located in the sides and the top of the sauna (don’t worry, they aren’t even hot to touch). Unlike a normal sauna that heats up quite quickly, relaxes the body and opens up the pores for a serious sweat session, an infrared sauna safely penetrates deep into joints and muscles with the same rays that come from the sun — minus the UV radiation.
Infrared Sauna do not heat the surrounding air . Instead, they heat the body directly with infrared heat waves and raise the body’s core temperature instead of its surface temperature. This allows for a much lower temperature within the sauna, typically 43-60 0C. There is no need to increase the humidity within the sauna and therefore the sauna won’t be filled with steam. It takes much less time to heat an infrared sauna because it isn’t necessary to raise the air temperature as high in order to begin the session.
A traditional sauna heats you from the outside-in, while an infrared sauna heats you from the inside-out. To be completely honest, you feel pretty amazing during and after.
Here’s the thing. Infrared saunas help you excrete toxins, and they also said to boost your immune system, aid in weight control, and improve cardiovascular health. They provide all the benefits of sitting in the natural sunlight while protecting you from the dangerous effects of solar radiation. An infrared session will help speed up the healing process when you have a cold, and your immune system is compromised.
I’m sold. What about you? Have you experienced the benefits of an infrared sauna? If not try it; you won’t regret it.