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What Is A Near Infrared Sauna?
The sun produces a combination of visible and invisible light, and one of those invisible spectrums is infrared rays. Invisible infrared wavelengths are what makes the sun feel warm (and ultraviolet wavelengths are what makes it bright). Scientists have established that infrared waves are beneficial to the human body as they increase the thermal energy in the body. Infrared does this without any of the harmful rays of sunlight. Our sauna uses near infrared light which is the shortest wavelength, and thus penetrates the deepest. It has the distinct property that it is not captured by the water of the body allowing it to penetrate the deepest to increase your core thermal energy. Near infrared is associated with photobiomodulation which directly produces energy within the cells through ATP stimulation, contributing to its many therapeutic benefits.
Infrared Sauna Health Benefits?
The powerful, yet very safe, heat of the infrared lights promote circulation in the body, which can lead to increased metabolism, muscle and joint pain relief, decreased free-radicals, boosted immune system, and, of course, stress and fatigue reduction.
• Stress and fatigue
• Free Radical Elimination
• Muscle aches, arthritis, and joint relief
• Weight loss and calorie burning
• Increased metabolism
• Immune system support
• Skin conditions
• Heart health
• Appearance of cellulite
• Diabetes support
Infrared Sauna Vs Traditional Sauna
It just so happens that a sauna environment is a great environment to deliver infrared as you are not wearing any clothing and you are surrounded by the infrared heat. You will get all of the relaxation benefits of a traditional infrared sauna along with the increased health benefits - mentioned above - that infrared offers all at a much more comfortable temperature.
The biggest difference between infrared saunas and other saunas is how they use heat. Traditional saunas use a single heater or steaming coals to heat up the air in the sauna. In contrast, infrared saunas use advanced technology to promote heat generation in the body with only a small percentage of the heat being used to heat the air. In other words, the sauna warms YOU, instead of the air around you. This results in a deeper sweat at a lower and much more comfortable air temperature. Comparatively, infrared saunas usually operate between 115° – 150°F, while traditional saunas can get up to 195°F.
For maximum therapeutic benefit, most people utilize the Infrared Sauna for 30 minutes a session, 2-4 times a week.
Single Infrared Sauna Session: $34.99
Unlimited Monthly Infrared Sauna Membership: $149.99