Log cabins, heat stones, high temperature – these are the first words that comes to your mind when you think about a sauna. Historically, especially to the ancient Chinese, Native Americans, and Eastern Europeans, saunas were a popular way to help the body release toxins and stress. In this day and age, however, saunas are not just limited to open fires and electric heating elements. Infrared light waves are being used as well, and this is the technology behind the infrared sauna.
Spend some time in a sauna and you’ll notice that it’ll make you sweat - a lot. However, don’t you feel a little uncomfortable after spending time in the stuffy atmosphere of the traditional sauna? Infrared saunas, on the other hand, use infrared energy to deeply penetrate the body warming it directly from the inside out. As a result, your body will begin to sweat at a much lower temperature, around 104° to 140°F. Compared to traditional saunas, that's a difference of more than 30 degrees. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2u4tzVt