Infrared Sauna

Infrared Sauna is safe, effective radiant heat, just like the sun’s soothing warmth.

Healing Radiant Therapy with an Infrared Sauna

Soothing…Healing radiant therapy, only 110 – 150 F, reaches deep, to be absorbed as much as 1-1/2 inches below the skin, producing 3 times more sweat than other saunas. You can easily produce up to half a liter of sweat during an average 30 minute infrared session!

By creating an “Artificial Fever,” far infra-red heat has a positive effect on your immune system. Your body naturally boosts the function of your immune system during a fever, detoxifying and slowing down virus and bacterial growth. This helps ward off invading organisms.

Increased blood circulation stimulates the sweat glands, releasing built-up toxins and waste. Daily sweating can help detoxify your body as it rids itself of an accumulation of potentially carcinogenic heavy metals (lead, mercury, zinc, nickel, cadmium) as well as alcohol, nicotine, sodium, sulfuric acid and cholesterol. Many toxins are flushed out when in a far infrared sauna. Human body fat starts to liquefy at 110 degrees Fahrenheit. When fat leaves your body through perspiration, it takes heavy metals along on the way out.

According to a Journal of the American Medical Association report, a single sauna session may burn as many calories as rowing or jogging for 30 minutes. Perhaps the most immediate relief is simple relaxation, as it melts away stress and tension, soothing jagged nerves and knotted muscles. You’ll feel rejuvenated and restored in mind and body.

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Infrared Sauna therapy stimulates the cellular metabolism and breaks up the water molecules that hold toxins within the body, thus allowing the body to void these toxins through perspiration. 

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