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Health Benefits of Home Infrared Saunas

Infrared Saunas and Health Benefits

Infrared Saunas

Advantages and Health Benefits of Infrared Saunas over Traditional Saunas

What is it about saunas that make them so attractive? The associated health benefits of saunas, especially infrared saunas, make them an appealing addition to many people’s home health programs. Infrared saunas differ from traditional saunas in that they use infrared heaters to heat bodies directly. On the other hand, traditional saunas heat bodies indirectly by heating the air surrounding them.

Here are some of the health benefits that can be attained by using an infrared sauna:

1. Infrared saunas increase circulation in the body, which helps improve the body’s overall function.

2. Infrared waves penetrate the body and provide soothing relief for aches and pains without causing any harmful efffects to the skin.

3. The soothing heat, which can reach up to 141 degrees, helps the body relax and allows stress and tension to melt away.

4. Regular sessions in an infrared sauna can help relieve ailments such as asthma, nervous tension, arthritis, bronchitis, rheumatism, sports injuries, joint stiffness, depression, anxiety, acne, the common cold, migraine headaches, muscle pain, and influenza.

5. Spending just 30 minutes in an infrared sauna can burn up to 600 calories, making it an effective component in any weight loss regimen.

6. Time spent in a sauna helps improve the look, feel, and overall health of the skin.

In the past, many people have paid membership fees to gyms just so they could use the sauna and enjoy its many health benefits. Home saunas, until recently, have been a luxury that only the wealthy could afford. Today’s home saunas, though, are affordable, easy to assemble, require very little space, and offer the same health benefits as saunas found in public facilities.

Besides health benefits, home saunas offer an additional benefit that no gym sauna can — privacy. Many people would agree that complete relaxation is hard to achieve when sharing sauna space with strangers. Whether you choose to use the sauna at home or at the gym, though, drinking plenty of water during and after a session in the sauna is essential for replacing fluids lost through perspiration.

The Amazing Health Benefits of Saunas

Four Person Sauna
Saunas are often a major draw of sports clubs and gyms across the world. These high heat steam rooms have long been heralded for their ability to ease post-work out aches and pains, but did you know that they also offer many other health benefits? They are so numerous that you will long to enjoy the therapeutic benefits. You don’t have to join a gym to enjoy infrared saunas. In fact, you don’t even have to leave your own home! At-home saunas are more affordable than ever and the price will be small compared to the benefits you receive. Saunas have been proven to relieve the following symptoms:

  • Aches, Pains, and Tension
  • Asthma, Bronchitis, and Other Breathing Problems
  • Arthritis and Rheumatism
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Bruises and Burns
  • Sports Injuries
  • Common Cold and Influenza
  • Migraine Headaches

Saunas also use high heat to help your body release harmful toxins. Some studies have shown that releasing these toxins aides in relieving depression, digestive disorders, high cholesterol, acne, and even heart disease. You also burn up to 600 calories per thirty minute session while relaxing away stress making saunas a great weight loss tool. Home saunas make all of these benefits available to you anytime, day or night!

Home Saunas Improve Health and Reduce Stress


 You have probably heard about the health benefits of saunas for years. They are known to increase circulation in the body and provide relief for aches, pains, and tension. Saunas can also improve the look and feel of your skin and aid in the relief of symptoms of asthma, arthritis, high blood pressure, bronchitis, rheumatism, sports injuries, common cold, migraine headaches, muscle pain, and influenza. They are perfect for melting away stress AND weight,  burning up to 600 calories per half hour of use. With this long list of benefits, you have probably visited or considered visiting a sauna in your lifetime. Did you know that you can get the benefits of a sauna at the comfort of your own home? Home saunas are more affordable than ever. They are available in a compact size that is perfect for one person or a roomier two, three, or four person variety. They are easy to assemble and can be beautifully incorporated into any room of your home. Your sauna will even come with reading lights and built-in sound system so that you can enjoy your favorite book or music while steaming away your tension. You will love melting away your stress and improving your overall health at home!

High Tech Way to Extend Life


Dr. Oz on Oprah is raving about a hot new way to burn calories and  extend your life!   A person can burn up to 700 calories by using an Infrared Suana for only 30 minutes.

Infrared heat works by heating only the object or person in the path of the heat waves.  In addition to burning calories, this suana can extend your life by adding numerous  health benefits.  The infrared waves penetrate the body, providing soothing relief for aches, pains, and tensions without causing any harmful efffects to the skin.  It can help relieve these ailments: asthma, nervous tension, arthritis, high blood pressure, bronchitis, rheumatism, bruises and burns, sports injuries, common cold, migraine headaches, muscle pain, and influenza.  Using an infrared sauna increases skin & body temperature, causing sweat & oils to be secreted from the body. At the same time, the harmful toxins that are dissolved in these sweat & oils are secreted as well. This cleansing of toxins can help relieve a variety of symptoms and diseases, including depression, stress, heart disease, digestive disorders, asthma, allergies, high cholesterol, muscle pain, anxiety, headaches, acne, and joint stiffness.

Spending just 30 minutes in an infrared heatwave sauna can burn up to 700 calories, thus being a great weight loss tool. The calories are burned in the perspiration process. The fluid lost can be replaced by drinking water, but the calories burned will not be replaced.