Clean from the outside in!
We employ a sauna to help your body detox. Infrared radiant heat is a form of energy that heats objects, not air, directly through a process called conversion. The first thing you notice about this sauna is that the air is closer to room temperature than traditional saunas.
Infrared heaters use radiant heat which penetrates the body’s tissues to a depth of more than one and one-half inches. Its energy output is tuned to correspond closely to the body’s own energy, which facilitates the absorption of close to 93% of the infrared waves that reach the skin. As a result, infrared heaters warm you to a greater depth and more efficiently than conventional saunas. The lower heat of an infrared sauna is safer for those with cardiovascular risk factors or fragile health, because these temperatures don’t dramatically elevate heart rate and blood pressure.
Infrared energy created by this type of sauna may induce up to three times the volume of sweat produced by a traditional sauna. Sweating utilizes the body’s largest organ of elimination, the skin. Increased blood circulation stimulates sweat glands, releasing built up toxins and waste. This method successfully eliminates accumulations of potentially carcinogenic heavy metals (lead, mercury, zinc, nickel, cadmium) as well as alcohol, nicotine, sodium, sulfuric acid and cholesterol. Electro-magnetic toxins from high tension power lines, cell phones and computer display terminals can be anti doted by infrared radiant heat.
We suggest the use of the infrared sauna a few times per week to help you release stress, control weight, improve elasticity of the skin, bring mental clarity, detoxify the body, treat muscle aches, help arthritis and rheumatism and strengthen the cardiovascular system.
The skin is our largest organ, and sweat is one of the major elimination channels for toxins.