An infrared sauna uses infrared heat to emit infrared light experienced as radiant heat which is absorbed by the surface of the skin. Traditional saunas heat the body primarily by conduction and convection from the heated air and by radiation of the heated surfaces in the sauna room.
- Pain relief - back pain, neck pain, muscle pain, fibromyalgia pain, chronic pain, Rheumatoid arthritis, arthritis, allergies, inner ear infections, joint pain, and chronic fatigue.
- Beautifucation of the skin
- Improved Cardiovascular health - Improves circulatory issues, helps with high/low blood pressure
- Detoxification - mercury poisoning, lead poisoning, body cleansing, inhances the immune system, migraines and headaches.
- Healthy Weight Loss - cellulite reducation, burns 300-900 calories per session, inceases the metabolism for 12 hours after your session, increases energy levels.
- Improved Tissue Elasticity
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