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Infrared saunas are a hot topic in the health and wellness world, and for good reason. That reason is the revived significance of detoxification for the health and well-being of the human body. Infrared saunas are a big help with detox.
It pays to sweat it out
Studies in recent years have produced scientific evidence proving that saunas have the ability to draw toxins out of your body in a way that uses no additional chemicals, is inexpensive, and can even be accessed from the comfort of your own home. Thanks to modern technology, we no longer need ancient hot springs, boutique salons, or to stay in a classy hotel for access to the benefits of sweat-based detox.
The benefits of sweating toxins from the body have been known since the dawn of civilisation. Ancient Roman caesars used steam baths to rejuvenate and revitalise their bodies, Russian Tsars were known to break a sweat to clear themselves of vodka, and Native Americans have used thermal baths and “sweat therapy” to cure illness for centuries.
Infrared sauna technology has changed the game of detox, and has made it more accessible than ever for the modern-day mortal. Perhaps it’s time to discover more about this powerful means of body purification.
What is a Ceramic Infrared Sauna?
An infrared sauna uses a specific wavelength of light to create heat in the body, releasing muscular tension and increasing sweat generation. Sweat carries toxins away from the body, thus the detoxification. These saunas are sometimes called far infrared saunas, where “far” describes where the infrared waves fall on the light spectrum, near infrared saunas, which use a different level of radiation. These types of sauna differs from the traditional sauna, which uses heat to warm the air and then your body. An infrared sauna heats your body directly without warming the air around you.
An infrared sauna produces the same results as a traditional sauna but at lower temperatures, which makes it accessible to people who can’t tolerate the heat of a conventional sauna. It also makes them far more efficient, and cheaper to run.
How do they work?
Infrared saunas use infrared heat radiation to warm the body, producing an elevated skin temperature which promotes sweating and the release of toxins from the body. This release of toxins is known as “detox.” and can be summarised in two phases:
The body temperature remains low with minimal sweating. Although tissue heating occurs, the body is able to dissipate the extra heat by increasing circulation and delivering blood to the skin. This process releases heat instead of increasing the core body temperature.
After 10-30 minutes, the body can no longer dissipate the additional heat, which causes the body temperature to rise. Heart rate and sweating increase, and blood is increasingly delivered to the skin surface. It’s best to start slow and build up your tolerance to the heat, as the greatest benefits occur in this phase.
It’s important to remember that Phase 2 can begin at different times depending on your health and acclimatization to the sauna. It’s likely that you’ll take longer the more often you use a sauna.
An infrared sauna uses infrared light to achieve detoxification with low heat.
As you’re probably already aware, infrared saunas provide many benefits to your health and well-being, primarily through the process of sweat-driven detoxification.
The skin is the human body’s largest organ, and sweat is its primary means of toxin elimination. Heat produced by the infrared sauna acts to heat the skin and subsurface layers of tissue, and relaxes muscles and fat cells to encourage release of harmful chemicals, heavy metals, and other toxic materials. Combined with the generation of sweat which acts as a vehicle to carry extracted toxins, infrared sauna has the ability to provide you with extensive health benefits which may include:
- Release of heavy metals, chemicals, radioactive particles and other toxins
- Improved circulation
- Enhanced immune system
- Relief of internal congestion
- Gives the body the effect of gentle exercise without the exertion
- Relaxing tight muscles
- Cleansing the skin
- Healing infections
- Improved alkalinity of your system
- Decreased swelling
- Normalizes enzymatic function
- Assisting weight loss
- Fighting aging by boosting the metabolism and releasing toxins
- Reduced stress by inhibiting the sympathetic nervous system (fight/flight system)
- Balancing the autonomic nervous system to enhance parasympathetic activity (rest and digest), which is essential for healing.
What is the 2 Pereson Infrared Ceramic Sauna made from?
Constructed with Canadian hemlock wood that’s both attractive and durable and it just happens to be the material of choice for high-end saunas.
Why use an infrared sauna?
A traditional sauna reaches higher temperatures than an infrared sauna.
Traditional saunas are a room heated through burning wood, a gas stove, hot rocks from a fire, an electric coil, or a gas heater. These saunas operate at high temperatures, require the room itself to be heated, and are only able to heat the surface of the human body using convection. Energy-intensive, high-temperature, and thus unattractive to use, the traditional saunas were saved for the elite in society. Until now.
Technology has given birth to the infrared sauna, which uses heat generated by metallic or ceramic such as the luxury 2 person sauna elements that emit a narrow spectrum of infrared energy to heat the body from the inside as well as the surface. Research shows that infrared heat energy can penetrate about 3.5 – 4cm beneath the skin and thus achieve great results at much lower temperatures.
Not only is the cooler temperature more comfortable, far infrared is able to cleanse the tissues more effectively. The heat is not just effective for bacteria die-off (by creating an artificial fever), but has a whole host of other detoxification effects, as it allows the skin to detoxify toxins, including heavy metals, more effectively, essentially taking pressure off the internal detoxification organs.
How does an infrared sauna detox work?
Using an infrared sauna is a powerful way to cleanse your body of harmful toxins stored in your body.
Ceramic heating elements create infrared light. The human eye cannot see this light, but our bodies can feel it in the form of heat. Infrared rays heat your body directly without having to heat the air in between you and the heater through a process called conversion. Infrared light penetrates your body deep into the muscle tissue heating you from the inside out.
Catch up on your zen
The 2 person Infrared Ceramic Sauna has a stereo installed, allowing you to plug your MP3 player in for your “in-sauna entertainment.” If you have some music/meditation/visualizations that you’ve been meaning to listen to but haven’t found time, this is the perfect occasion to catch up on your zen.
Enjoy your sauna experience. If you’re so inclined, the sauna is a great place to meditate and do your visualizations. Relax and focus on your breathing at all times to help you achieve a state of calmness and peace that harbours recovery and rejuvenation of the body.
Sweat all your worries away with infrared sauna
Get rid of stress and reenergize with this 2 Person Ceramic Infrared Sauna. Why go to an expensive spa or health club when you can have your very own.
CERAMIC HEATER SAUNAS FEATURES:
- Full 2 person capacity
- 5 Ceramic Infrared heaters (2xfront, 2xback & 1xleg) + 1 carbon heater at the bottom
- Temp can go up to 65 degree (approx)
- Exterior Dimensions (WDH): 1200x1050x1900mm
- Digital Control Panel with USB player
- 2 Dynamic Speakers with Pre Amp
- Canadian Hemlock wood construction
- Internal Oxygen Ionizer
- Tempered glass door
- 7 Color Chromotherapy LED lights
- Voltage: 110v-240v
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