Monday, June 29, 2015

Infrared Portable Saunas: Carbon or Ceramic?

One of the most interesting facts about the human body is that it radiates infrared energy through the skin at wavelengths ranging between 3 and 50 microns. This invisible heat can be felt by facing your palms together without touching, a gesture that emits between 8 and 14 microns of infrared energy.

Thursday, June 25, 2015

How Infrared Saunas Differ From Traditional

Traditional saunas have had a good run and enjoy a sizeable following to this day, but a lot of people today are discovering the advantages of infrared saunas. Here’s a look at what makes infrared saunas so effective.

Infrared saunas look very much like their traditional counterparts, except there are no hot coals in sight since their heat is pumped out by special built-in infrared heaters. These infrared heaters are typically found on the sides and top portion of the sauna.

Sunday, June 21, 2015

How to Intensify the Benefits of a Sauna Session

You’ve probably heard of the many ways a sauna session could impact positively on your health. There are published studies that link longer life and reduced fatal heart problems to regular steam baths. However, probably due to hectic schedules, you may not always have the time to get in one, so you need to get the most of it whenever you get the chance. Here are a few tips:

Friday, June 19, 2015

Comparing Traditional and Infrared Saunas

You can find saunas as a common fixture in many health-related facilities, like gyms and spas, across the nation. Nowadays, it can also be found in homes. If you want one, you’ll find that you have a number of choices, with one of the relatively new ones being the infrared sauna. How does it differ from the traditional type?

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Infrared Sauna vs. Traditional Sauna

As of 2012, there were more than a million saunas in the U.S. at various health clubs, spas, hotels, and even homes. There is no denying that saunas have become very popular among people who want to lead healthy lives. If you are planning on buying one, you have two choices: a traditional sauna or an infrared sauna. Experts say infrared is the way to go, and here are two reasons why: