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Heat has been used for thousands of years as a method for reducing stress, detoxification, muscle healing and overall relaxation. Before focused light therapy was invented, saunas consisted of just a small fire built underneath an enclosed space. 100 years ago the infrared lamp saunas were created and have since become extremely popular for people as a healing therapy all around the world.

 

What Is An “Infrared” Sauna?

Infrared saunas work by creating unique light waves that cause positive radiation effects in the human body. It is believed these waves are capable of altering cells, cell membranes, DNA/proteins and cell fluids. These changes seem to have a positive effect on metabolism and the body’s natural detoxification methods.

When you sit in a infrared sauna you may experience:

*Sweating

*Increased heart rate

*Mental clarity

*Relaxation

 

Compared to a traditional sauna, an infrared sauna can feel more mild and less hot. However most people, have found them to be MORE effective and efficient than an overly-hot traditional sauna room.

 

3 Great Reasons to Try a Infrared Sauna 

 

#1 Detoxification

Our body’s have an intricate and powerful detoxification process. It is the main reason we are able to survive despite the many toxins and stressors of modern life! However, the body can be worn down when it is overloaded for extended periods of time. Toxins in our food, water, air and the amount of stress we experience can all take a toll on our health and well-being.

One of the benefits of infrared sauna usage is the detoxification benefits. Sweating is one of the primary methods our bodies use to cleanse and eliminate toxins. Infrared saunas, help the body to detox the body 7 times more effectively than traditional saunas.

 

#2 Post Workout Recovery

There is no replacement for the benefits that come from regular movement. Going to the gym also means you may experience muscle soreness and aches, occasional joint pain and inflammation.

Sitting in a infrared sauna helps to relieve the inflammation that comes from exercise by increasing circulation and promoting muscle relaxation and recovery. Regular use of a infrared sauna helps to improve recovery time and decrease muscle pain.

 

#3 Relaxation 

The heat of a infrared sauna helps to relax muscles and relieve tension, while also allowing time to quiet the mind and breathe. The infrared light also promotes relaxation by helping to reduce cortisol (stress) levels throughout the body.

 

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