Unveiling the Technology and Benefits the of Infrared Sauna
Infrared saunas are a form of heat therapy that has gained popularity in recent years due to their potential health benefits. Unlike traditional saunas, which use heated air or steam to warm the body, infrared saunas use light to penetrate the skin and heat the body from within.
The main difference between traditional saunas and infrared saunas is the way they generate heat. Traditional saunas use a heater to warm up rocks or water, which then heats the air around you. As you sit in the sauna, your body absorbs this hot air through your skin and lungs, causing you to sweat and raising your core temperature.
In contrast, infrared saunas use special lamps or heaters that emit far-infrared (FIR) radiation. This type of radiation is similar to natural sunlight but does not contain UV rays. When FIR radiation enters your body, it penetrates about 1-2 inches below the surface of your skin and starts heating up your tissues directly.
One of the primary benefits of using an infrared sauna is that it can help your body detoxify by promoting sweating. Sweating allows your body to eliminate toxins such as heavy metals, pesticides, and other harmful chemicals. In fact, studies have shown that sweat produced during an infrared sauna session is more concentrated with toxins than sweat produced during exercise or traditional saunas.
Infrared saunas may also be effective at reducing pain and inflammation in the body. This is because the heat from the sauna can increase blood flow and circulation, which can help ease sore muscles and joints. A study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine found that patients with chronic pain who used infrared sauna therapy experienced significant reductions in pain levels.
As mentioned above, infrared saunas can improve circulation by increasing blood flow throughout the body. This can lead to various health benefits, including improved cardiovascular function, lower blood pressure, and reduced risk of heart disease.
Another benefit of using an infrared sauna is its ability to promote relaxation and reduce stress levels. The heat from the sauna can help relax muscles and soothe tension in the body, leading to feelings of calmness and well-being.
Infrared saunas may also be beneficial for improving skin health by boosting collagen production, reducing wrinkles and fine lines, and improving overall skin tone.
Safe, Comfortable, and Convenient
Infrared Sauna is designed with user comfort in mind. The sessions are conducted in a private and relaxing environment, allowing you to unwind while experiencing the benefits of this advanced therapy. Unlike traditional saunas, Infrared Saunas provide results at lower temperatures than traditional saunas.
Conclusion: A Smart Choice for Wellness
In a world where wellness is paramount, Infrared Saunas stand out as a cutting-edge, science-backed technology that offers a range of health benefits. Whether you're seeking detoxification, pain relief, improved circulation, relaxation, or improved skin health, the Infrared Sauna provides a safe, comfortable, and convenient solution. Embrace the fusion of technology and wellness and embark on a journey toward a healthier, more vibrant you. With the Infrared Sauna, you're not just sweating; you're sweating smart.
FIT BOOSTER SPRAY
Accelerate your results not just during an Infrared Sauna session, but also during your workout, or red light therapy.
When applied just before an infrared immersion session, FIT Booster will enhance results by creating a barrier on the skin that makes the body work harder to sweat thus burning more calories. This 360˚ spray is a scientifically formulated to fight cellulite and fine lines and wrinkles. Its potent ingredients help to enhance microcirculation, reduce cellulite, stimulate the breakdown of fat, inhibit accumulation of new fat, and activate skin detoxification.
This moisture intensive solution will also help tighten and tone, for firmer skin. It will leave skin feeling incredibly soft and silky. The fragrance is light and clean. It has fresh notes of melon and citrus, finished with a warm woodsy undertone.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING FIT BOOSTER SPRAY
Shake well before use. Hold can 6-8 inches away from skin and spray a generous amount of FIT Booster all over the body, focusing on problem areas. Do NOT apply to face or mucus membranes. Use in a well-ventilated area.
INGREDIENTS IN FIT BOOSTER SPRAY
Water, SD Alcohol 40-B, Polysorbate 20, Sorbitol, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance, Glycerin, Ethylhexylglycerin, Lecithin, Caffeine, Dipalmitoyl Hydroxyproline, Ruscus Aculeatus Root Extract, TEA-Hydroiodide, Carnitine, Butylene Glycol, Caprylyl Glycol, Escin, Maltodextrin, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate, Hedera Helix (Ivy) Leaf/Stem Extract, Silica, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan) Extract, Tripeptide-1, Citric Acid
BENEFITS OF THE INFRARED SAUNA CONDENSED
DETOXIFICATION WITH INFRARED SAUNA USE
PAIN RELIEF WITH INFRARED SAUNA USE
WEIGHT LOSS WITH INFRARED SAUNA USE
SKIN REJUVENATION WITH INFRARED SAUNA USE
RELAXATION WITH INFRARED SAUNA USE
SEE IF THE INFRARED SAUNA IS RIGHT FOR YOU
Who can use the Infrared Sauna?
The infrared energy in an Infrared Sauna session is not only safe, but also highly beneficial for your body. As with anything, you should always consult with your own doctor if you have any questions on whether the Infrared Sauna is appropriate for you. Reading the following safety precautions is the first step towards determining if the Infrared Sauna is right for you.
If you are using prescription drugs, check with your physician or pharmacist for possible changes in the drug’s effect due to an interaction with infrared energy.
It may be inadvisable to raise your core temperature if you have adrenal suppression, systemic lupus erythematosus, or multiple sclerosis. We strongly advise you to consult with your own doctor if you have any of these conditions.
If you’ve had a recent (acute) joint injury, you should not heat that area for the first 48 hours after the injury, or until the hot and swollen symptoms subside. Joints that are chronically hot and swollen may respond poorly to the Infrared Sauna.
If you’re pregnant, or if you think you might be, we do not recommended the Infrared Sauna.
Metal pins, rods, artificial joints, or any other surgical implants generally reflect infrared rays and are not heated by infrared heat systems. Nevertheless, you should consult your doctor before you come in for the Infrared Sauna. If you experience pain near any implant after an Infrared Sauna session, you should not have another one.
Silicone does absorb infrared energy. Implanted silicone may be warmed by infrared rays. Since silicone melts at over 200 degrees Celsius, it should not be adversely affected by an Infrared Sauna session. However, we advise you to check with your own doctor to be certain.
Heating of the lower back area for women during their menstrual period may temporarily increase menstrual flow. Once a woman is aware that this is occurring, she can choose to allow herself to experience this short-term effect without worry. Or you may simply want to avoid the Infrared Sauna at that time in your cycle. Many women report that the heat reduces menstrual cramping.
Hemophiliacs, people on blood thinning medications, and anyone predisposed to hemorrhage should avoid the Infrared Sauna or any type of heating that would induce vasodilatation that can lead to the tendency to bleed.
Should any condition worsen with the use of the Infrared Sauna, we recommend that you discontinue your use of the system.
You should not experience any pain during an Infrared Sauna session. If you do, it is clearly inappropriate for you at that time.