Monthly Archives: July 2015

Time to Relieve Stress in an Infrared Sauna

Stress may be a part of your everyday life, be it from work, finances, or personal relations, but it’s important never to let it get the best of you. It has been established long ago that stress can have a significant effect on your general well-being—often seen as the culprit behind nagging headaches. Aside from negatively affecting the body, stress can wreak havoc into other aspects your life, as well.

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Infrared Saunas for Weight Management

Inside an infrared sauna, there are infrared heaters that produce radiant energy similar to the one the sun produces—but without the harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays. The effects of this type of sauna is the same as sunbathing, which gives your body the radiant heat it needs to benefit your health. The infrared heat penetrates your skin, providing your body with natural warmth from inside out.

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Skin Detox Benefits of Far Infrared Saunas

The skin is the body’s largest organ and plays a vital role in your overall health. For this reason, you can’t afford to ignore frequent breakouts, wounds, suspicious moles or discolorations, and other unusual growths or changes in the skin. You should also keep your skin clean and moist, since dirt buildup and dryness can cause irritations.

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On Far Infrared and How It Affects Your Health

Just beyond the visible spectrum of light lies the region of infrared wave that is mostly felt in everyday life as heat. This section of the entire electromagnetic spectrum is further divided into near-infrared, mid-infrared, and far-infrared segments. Among the three, far-infrared (FIR) heat is the one used for infrared saunas.

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What to Consider When Buying an Infrared Sauna

An infrared sauna makes a good investment, so get the product that will give you good value for your money. Here are some features you may want to look for when you’re in the market for an infrared sauna for your home.

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Enjoying the Benefits of Sauna

With all the stresses of daily life, spending time for relaxation has become more important than ever before. According to an estimate by the American Institute of Stress, stress-related problems comprise about 75 to 90 percent of the reasons for primary care visits.

A convenient and healthy way to get some quality relaxation is to sweat it out in an infrared sauna. Even a quick 15-minute sauna session can help balance your body’s cortisol levels. Cortisol is the primary stress hormone in the human body, and it is responsible for putting the body in a “fight or flight” condition. At this mode, your blood pressure is raised and your heart beats faster. In the long run, frequent exposure to this condition can cause you to accumulate visceral fat much faster. Read more of this post

How Infrared, Low EMF Saunas Help You Detoxify

You’re exposed to different pollutants and toxins every day. The chemicals from the air you breathe, the water you drink, and the products you use all add to the body’s burden. When overwhelmed, the body hides these toxins in tissues. Good nutrition may not be enough to eliminate these harmful chemicals in your body. The good thing is there are infrared saunas to enhance your metabolic processes, which is needed for detoxification. Read more of this post

Observing Safety in Infrared Saunas

If you are serious about living a healthy lifestyle, then you have probably given detox methods a serious thought. Some people can steer you towards giving infrared saunas a shot. While purchasing a unit at an upcoming infrared sauna sale can be a sound investment as far as your health is concerned, you should also keep in mind certain safety considerations. Read more of this post

Detoxifying with an Infrared Sauna

The body detoxifies itself, ridding toxins and harmful substances on its own, yet your body can also use some help in the form of saunas. With more Americans eating processed foods and surrounding themselves in a polluted environment where they can acquire toxins, these can lead to some health problems, including a slower metabolism and migraines. Read more of this post

Setting up Your Sauna: What You Need to Know

If you’ve enjoyed your time at saunas at your local gym, it can be a good idea to build your own sauna at home. Instead of using the facilities at your gym, a home sauna helps you avoid the problem of sharing your space with other people. With the health benefits of saunas like relaxed muscles and increase metabolism, you shouldn’t be hesitating in getting one right in the very comforts of your home. Read more of this post