So, here's your situation: you want to do something nice for yourself, and you are contemplating investing in an infrared sauna. When you start browsing, you soon realize that there is an overwhelming amount of options from which to choose. To help narrow down the choices, first decide which heater type and wood you would prefer to have in your sauna. Once you've figured this out, you’ll need to decide on size.
Out of all the considerations you will be addressing, size can be the most complicated of all. For one thing, you don't want to transform an entire room into a sauna, inadvertently wasting space. On the other hand, however, you want to make sure that anyone in your family can use the sauna with you when they decide to try it. If this is your dilemma, perhaps a 1-person sauna is not the right unit for you. Instead, consider something slightly roomier, such as a 3-person infrared sauna. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2tvHZRx