Using a sauna can result in impressive benefits including more relaxed muscles, a healthier cardiovascular system, and detoxification. When you sweat heavily, toxins stored in your fat reserves are excreted.
Friday, November 27, 2015
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Electro Magnetic Frequency can be a concern for those who frequently enjoy spending time in an infrared sauna. Today's top saunas are able to limit the risk and exposure that people experience when they are in a sauna. Since EMF can be dangerous to your health, it is important to minimize your exposure to the rays. Low EMF saunas are extremely safe, and they will keep you healthy when you step into a sauna.
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
The sauna has long been lauded for its universally observed health benefits. Perspiration, even prompted through heat alone, is considered to share some of the same benefits as those achieved through physical exercise. In addition to the state of relaxation associated with saunas, regular sauna visits can improve circulatory health, detoxify the body, and promote regeneration of damaged tissues. The infrared sauna in particular has multiplied the benefits through refining the concept with advanced technology.
Friday, November 20, 2015
Far Infrared therapy involves the use of Far Infrared Rays. These rays are invisible waves of energy that penetrate all layers of your body including muscles, tissues, and bone. This type of therapy is an ancient technique used in many cultures. The penetrating rays raise your core body temperature without warming the air around you, enhancing the overall functioning of your body. Investing in a home Far Infrared Sauna is an excellent long-term health investment.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
If you have heard about the benefits that an infrared sauna can provide and you have been on the fence about buying one for your home, now is the perfect time to get off the fence and buy one of the infrared saunas for sale. Having a sauna in your own home lets you enjoy the relaxing environment of a perfectly heated 140 degree Fahrenheit sauna whenever you want. When you have a sauna in your home, you do not have to worry about going to a gym, changing in a locker room or walking to your parked car when it is below zero outside.
Monday, November 16, 2015
Heat from an infrared portable sauna penetrates human tissue deeply, thus providing many advantages that can increase healthier living. Here are some reasons to use an infrared portable sauna.
Thursday, November 12, 2015
If you are an avid exerciser, then you’re most likely aware of the activity’s many benefits to your health such as weight loss, better skin tone, improved sleep and enhanced cardiovascular health, among other things. But did you know that you can also receive these benefits with regular sauna use?
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
The cooler temperature technology feature of far infrared sauna products provides more than recreational relaxation benefit, but health benefits, as well. The benefits based on health and wellness needs according to medical physicians are provided below:
Friday, November 6, 2015
Once you make the choice to buy an IR sauna, you need to analyze the units that are available on the market and choose the one that best meets your needs at your price point. Below are a few tips that can help you with your next purchase.
Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Whether you are interested in decompressing after a difficult day at the office or you and your partner are just looking for a great way to spend time together at home, a two person infrared sauna can offer you some exciting health and relaxation benefits. Two person saunas are typically smaller than some of the other IR sauna units on the market, but this also makes them easier to fit in a home. Having the 140 degree Fahrenheit warmth of an IR sauna in your own home makes it easy for you and your significant other to slip into the sauna whenever an opportunity presents itself.
When you think of saunas, the image that usually comes to mind is that of a tight little space with comfortable wooden benches. A lot of people think of going into a sauna as a treat after working out, but find that owning a traditional sauna at home can be quite cumbersome as it requires a lot of insulation to keep heat in, not to mention adequate space. Fortunately, that is not the only option available; far infrared sauna represents an effective alternative to traditional set-ups. The Lowdown Infrared saunas operate on a different principle compared to normal saunas. A typical sauna heater generates heat either through electricity or an open flame. This heat is then transferred to a set of stones placed above the heater; steam is created when water is poured over the stones.
Beyond weight loss and relaxation, infrared sauna therapy is also found to help people with seasonal affective disorder (SAD). As reported in the Redmond Reporter, infrared light therapy is beneficial in improving symptoms of SAD. In addition, regular infrared sauna use helps one sweat profusely and rid the body of toxins. Recovery from SAD Also known as winter blues, SAD is a mood disorder that is common during the winter and summer months. Symptoms typically include fatigue, either increased desire to sleep or insomnia, carbohydrate cravings, and irritability. Though the degree of suffering is usually not severe, people with SAD report being unable to concentrate and complete tasks as they normally could.
Luxuriating in a sauna can be the farthest thing on your mind when you have limited space in your home. Fortunately, you do not have to deprive yourself of the refreshing feeling that you only experience whenever you hit the sauna room at the gym. Portable infrared saunas give you that same luxurious warmth in the comfort of your own home. How Infrared Saunas Works Many people assume that saunas come only in one variety, which is a wood-lined room with a steamy coal heater in a corner to provide the heat and a bucket of water to pour over it to add humidity to the atmosphere.
Far infrared saunas are becoming more popular today. They provide multiple health benefits just like traditional saunas; only that they heat the body more efficiently and allow users to sweat profusely at much lower temperatures. This type of sauna is a good choice if the goal is to spend a little more time inside it. A main concern, however, is the electromagnetic field (EMF) one is exposed to within the cabin, which is believed to have the cumulative potential to impact health. EMFs exist everywhere around us. They’re emitted by basically anything that’s active and uses electricity, including but not limited to, power lines, building or home wiring, television, computer screen, fluorescent light, and even the phone you stick to your ear during a call. The higher the amperage strength of a device, the more EMF it produces. This will also depend on how a device is wired.