Why Should You Buy a No EMF Infrared Sauna?

Infrared saunas have become very popular these days. Since they are easy to manage and consume less energy, many people are jumping on the bandwagon, purchasing these saunas for their homes.

Unfortunately, one important aspect is often overlooked by most shoppers: EMF levels. In general, studies have found that low EMF or no EMF infrared saunas are the best option, and knowing their advantages can better help you in choosing one for your home.

Understanding EMF in Infrared Saunas

EMF refers to electromagnetic fields that are always around electrical appliances. When it comes to infrared saunas, these electromagnetic fields can be extremely high, which is cause for concern. A spike in body voltage strength (denoted in millivolts) is the effect of an electric field on a person’s body. Typically, normal body voltage is almost 0 mV if you are completely removed from electrical appliances. In humans, when voltage increases to extreme levels, it can lead to the development of allergic reactions or sleep apnea, and even other major ailments.

What Should be the Threshold?

When it comes to infrared saunas, the lower the voltage is, the better it is for the body. The best infrared saunas are the ones that have zero EMF or no EMF ratings, which means they will not boost up the voltage in your body. You may also want to consider low EMF saunas that do not take the body voltage to more than 200 mV.

These are a few key features to consider when choosing an infrared sauna for your home. Carefully study any labels slapped onto the unit before you purchase.


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