The heat from an infrared sauna penetrates deeper into the body than a traditional sauna. They cause you to sweat at lower temperatures and enhance circulation in deeper tissue levels.

Repeated infrared Sauna therapy may help you if you have:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Chronic Pain
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Far infrared saunas heat the body directly rather than heating the air around your body.

Infrared saunas are used the same way as a traditional sauna except the heat from an infrared sauna is not as intense and is well tolerated by more people. Infrared light is not visible, but you will feel the heat warming your skin and increasing your internal body temperature.

Infrared light is one of the invisible spectrums of light produced by the sun. It’s what makes your skin feel warm when you’re in the sun. Your skin easily absorbs these wavelengths.

“Far” describes where the infrared waves fall on the light spectrum. Far infrared rays are most similar to the natural heat of your body and are readily captured by your cells.

Many people can spend longer in an infrared sauna as opposed to a traditional sauna, which may give them more therapeutic benefits.

Repeated heating and sweating through infrared sauna therapy:

  • Improves circulation
  • Speeds up metabolism and may support weight loss
  • Improves tissue oxygen levels and wound healing
  • Reduces pain
  • Improves skin function and tone
  • Reduced stress and encourages relaxation
  • Our far infrared sauna temperature ranges from 38˚C to 60˚C (100˚F to 140˚F)
  • The average temperature is 55˚C to 60˚C (131˚C to 140˚F)
  • Beginners should start with 10 to 15 minute sessions and build from there
  • Experienced sauna users could stay between 20 and 45 minutes
  • Wear comfortable, breathable clothing that you don’t mind sweating in. You can also wear a bathing suit
  • There is a shower available after your sauna, and towels are provided
  • For your first few visits, it’s a good idea to stick to just one visit per week.

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