Did you know that you can burn up to 600 calories for every hour you spend in the sauna? The correct way to use it is to break up that hour into little intervals, like every 15 to 20 minutes, instead of doing it all in one seating.
That’s just one of the many interesting things you can enjoy and take advantage of, especially when you get a far infrared sauna (FIR). Here are some more curious facts you’d want to know about this revolutionary, yet classic equipment for heat therapy.
Far Infrared Sauna Heats Up Less Air
Unlike other types of saunas, the FIR warms up only about a fifth of the air inside the sauna cabin. That leaves 80% of the heat for the body to absorb.