The Far Infrared Sauna emits a dry heat between 90-165 degrees Fahrenheit
- Modestly increases heart rate
- Stimulates the circulatory and lymph systems
- Elicits sweating
By doing this, it is improving circulation and oxygenation to the brain. It is also
helping the body get rid of toxins and cellular waste that could be impacting
An Infrared Sauna is able to do this at a lower heat than traditional saunas,
making it accessible to people who cannot tolerate the heat of a conventional
Individuals may experience the following benefits when participating in infrared
- Modest increases of core body temperature, improved physical performance, increased endurance and enhanced physical health due to improved circulation.
- Cardiovascular benefits, particularly the lowering of blood pressure by reducing arterial vessel stiffness.
- Sauna therapy may improve ejection fraction in congestive heart failure and reduce mortality from cardiovascular related events.
- Sauna therapy can help stimulate the formation of mitochondria and can stimulate recovery and longevity pathways in our DNA.
- Heat from sauna therapy can have a robust benefit in our brains by improving circulation, blood flow to the brain, and by stimulating relaxation.
- Optimize production of Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF), activating the brain to build new neurons and new neural pathways.
- Stimulate the production and release of growth hormone and improve bone strength, muscle growth, and longevity.
Because infrared heat penetrates human tissue versus simply heating the
surface of the skin, infrared saunas are seven times more effective than
traditional saunas at detoxifying the body. By raising the body’s core
temperature, infrared saunas can produce a sweat composed of 20% toxins
versus only 3% toxins with a traditional sauna.