Purpose of Infrared Sauna

Infrared Saunas use targeted infrared lights to warm the body and penetrate the skin deeper than the heat of traditional saunas. The goal is to heat the body to a state of sweating but at a lower temperature than traditional saunas that work by warming the surrounding air. The lights of the infrared sauna directly heat the body rather than heating the air first, and then you. The purpose of using an infrared sauna is to sweat and detoxify the body, leading to better sleep, relaxation, weight loss, relief from sore muscles, relief from joint pain (such as arthritis), clear and tighter skin, improved circulation, and help for people with chronic fatigue syndrome. In addition to these benefits, the infrared sauna just feels good!

How It Works

It is encouraged to come to your sauna session fully hydrated. According to your preference, you can either disrobe, wear a bathing suit, or sports bra and shorts. Once in the sauna, your session lasts approximately 20 minutes. Afterwards, you can shower to clear toxins and perspiration from your skin, get dressed, and go about your day. Infrared saunas and showers are cleaned and disinfected after each use.

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Sauna Benefit

Fatigue, Pain and Stiffness Decreases in Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms

A pilot study showing good tolerance, short-term improvement in pain and stiffness, and a trend towards long-term beneficial effects with infrared sauna use for people with rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis.

Clinical Rheumatology (2009) 28:29–34. Click here for article

Increases antioxidants in the blood

This study tested the effects of using infrared sauna on blood chemistry and showed an increase in antioxidants which help to protect and heal blood vessels among other important benefits.

Europe PubMed Central 2013 Sep-Oct Click here for article

Potential to aid recovery from strength and conditioning sessions

This study looked at the effects of using infrared sauna to help the neuromuscular system recover faster after exercise. It also looked at the differences between infrared sauna and traditional saunas.

SpringerPlus 4, 321 (2015). Click here for article

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