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Choosing Between Saunas
If you’re wondering what the difference between FAR infrared saunas and traditional steam saunas is, look no further! One of the main differences is how heat is generated. While FAR infrared saunas generate heat as light waves, traditional steam saunas generate convectional heat by using electricity to heat rocks.
Another key difference is the time it takes for the sauna to heat up - FAR infrared saunas take about 10-15 minutes to heat up, while traditional Steam saunas take about an hour. Additionally, FAR infrared saunas run about 30° cooler than traditional saunas, but you may sweat more than you would in a traditional steam sauna as your body absorbs the light waves.
It’s for you, it’s for everybody - Regardless of how a sauna is heated, the humidity level, whether you are young or young at heart- the effects on the body are similar. It is a positive experience for everybody and anybody.
Reap the benefits of exercise, without the exercise- When you sit in a sauna, your heart rate increases, and blood vessels widen. This increases your circulation, similar to low to moderate exercise depending on the duration of sauna use.
Some Possible Benefits
Healthy Heart - Studies have shown that using your sauna two to three times a week lessens your chances of sudden cardiac death and lowers your chance of cardiovascular disease. The effect grows the more you use your sauna - with the best results coming from using it 4 to even 7 days a week!
Breathe-easy - Find relief from asthma and COPD-. A sauna may help open airways, loosen phlegm, and reduce stress.
Safe, Proven, and Tested - Saunas have been used for thousands of years and are still popular today. People have been sweating recreationally ever since the ancient Mayans 3000 years ago.
Joyful Joints - A study in the Netherlands found that far-infrared sauna use helped patients with rheumatoid arthritis feel less fatigue, pain, and stiffness. A Japanese study tracked several patients as they underwent far-infrared sauna therapy; all showed successful solutions.
Stress-Free Life - Pollution, noise, hectic hours, a sauna provides you a warm, quiet space without the distractions coming from the outside world. Let the heat release your endorphins and relax your muscles and feel the worries sweat away.
You can enjoy all of the invigorating effects of frequent sauna sessions comfort of your own home– our Sauna Collection has been curated just for you to be the best of the best in craftsmanship and quality.
Disclaimer: The above information is not meant to be taken for medical advice. Please consult your healthcare professional if you have pre-existing conditions.