Men have known that saunas offer a variety of health and wellness benefits, and have been using them for ages. Many sauna goers keep coming back to relax, to shed some pounds, and even to address acute pain. Still, there are many other benefits of thermal therapy that you should know about if you’ve never been inside a sauna before.
The typical sauna uses steam to heat the surrounding air, and you are supposed to sit in a cubicle while allowing your body to sweat profusely. Inhaling the steam can also help you relax, but might dry out your nasal passages.
With the introduction of the far-infrared sauna (or FIR, for short), though, there’s now a more convenient way of reaping the same benefits without the extreme heat of the steam sauna. This is because far-infrared saunas generally operate at lower temperatures and provide direct heat to the body, instead of warming the ambient air. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2qDLyQr