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As the body cools itself, there is an increase in heart rate, cardiac output, and metabolic rate.
Heat activates neurological, vascular, and metabolic mechanisms to meditate the transmission of pain.
Relax in comfort with an invigorating deep tissue sweat.
Studies have shown that a 30-minute infrared sauna session can burn up to 600 calories.
Infrared heat easily penetrates human tissue to help with acne, eczema, psoriasis, burns, cuts, and more.
Infrared wavelengths exist on the invisible spectrum of light and cannot be seen with the human eye but can be felt as heat. The infrared light rays are able to penetrate deeply into the epidermis into the soft tissue of the body, and therefore fully engage the body’s network. As the rays of infrared light burrow into the epidermis, the largest human organ, they heat the body up from the inside out. The body responds to both the heat and light to reduce inflammation.
Sauna also causes the relaxation of muscles and lower the tension in the muscles and removes lactic acid and other toxins. Consistent use of the sauna can also benefit strength training by improving muscle recovery through an elevated level of growth hormones.
An infrared sauna is great for reducing the time for wound healing and for reducing the appearance of scars.
The infrared light that is emitted from within the sauna has a profound effect on cell regeneration due to increased mitochondrial potential and human tissue growth.
Infrared light in an infrared sauna is broken down into three parts–near, mid, and far-infrared.
Near-infrared is the shortest wavelength that penetrates the skin at the superficial level, helping to promote anti-inflammatory processes, improved skin health, and wound healing.