What's Different About an Infrared Sauna?

The warm air temperature in an infrared sauna supports your sweating environment, but is not what causes you to sweat.

Tuned Radiant Heat uses a far infrared bandwidth of ‘sunlight’ energy to heat your body directly. This infrared frequency exactly matches the bio-frequency of the human body. Infrared Therapy specifically heats your body and cabin air temperature is of secondary importance in how to use an infrared sauna.

The warm air temperature in an infrared sauna supports your sweating environment, but is not what causes you to sweat.

Infrared ‘soft’ heat is calming and relaxing, just like feeling your body soak up the warmth of the sun on a cool day, and as your body becomes more accustomed to raising your core temperature on a regular basis you will sweat twice as much as a traditional sauna.

Convection Heat vs. Radiant Heat.

Since we are heating the body with a tuned bandwidth of “sunlight” that matches our own human body bio-frequency, we are heating the body more deeply, heating more body mass and raising the core temperature of the body, rather than just burning the skin with hot air. This is a defining difference in how you use a sauna and the health benefits you receive.

Please remember to stay well hydrated on a daily basis and replace your electrolytes. Drinking plenty of fluids daily is absolutely necessary to achieve maximum health benefits and desired results.

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