Most likely, you’ve been to a traditional sauna at least once in your life. The length of time you could endure the heat in the room was probably only about 5 minutes tops.
An infrared sauna is far more different and more comfortable to be in that you might wonder where the infrared sauna has been all of your life.
Infrared saunas have a different way of heating the body than a traditional sauna. Infrared rays enter the skin and increase the body temperature at a cellular level which is guaranteed to be safe. That’s why you can tolerate being in the sauna longer. It is recommended that each session should be about 30 to 45 minutes every day for you to maximize its benefits.
There are three infrared wavelengths emitted by an infrared sauna: near, mid and far. The questions are, do we need all three? Is each one good for something?
Near-infrared is very safe to use, which is good for pain relief, purifying the skin, healing wounds, and boosting your immunity. Skincare clinics utilize LED light therapy which makes use of the near-infrared wavelength to clear up the blemishes on your skin.
Mid-infrared enters deeper into the body than near-infrared. Therefore it’s useful for relieving muscle and joint pains, improving circulation, blood flow, and weight loss. Healing occurs faster because it enters deeper into soft tissue where inflammation occurs.
Far infrared goes way deeper, which heats the body directly. It increases the core body temperature and detoxifies up to the cellular level, it boosts your metabolism and aids in weight loss.
An infrared sauna is also an excellent way to relax before or after your workout or yoga class, leading in more profound healing as your mind and body unwind.
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