offers a variety of infrared saunas, (infrared is a form of oxygenation),
in all prices ranges.
1) Oxygen Detoxification
Station(TM) Infrared, Activated Oxygen/O3 steam, Photon light
therapy, Self cleaning and disinfecting, mp3 and video inlets.
2) 2, 3, or 4 person infrared
saunas with ionizers,
a form of oxygen, (Ions are called the vitamin of air).
3) individual unit with head out
4)Oxygen Detox Sauna Bag
Get A Cardio Workout While Relaxing!
Yes, it's true. Infrared Saunas provide all of the benefits a
regular 30 minute jogging session would.
For those of us that run for health reasons and believe it to
be a necessary evil, youre in luck. Meet the Infrared Sauna.
For those of you who arent familiar with them, infrared
saunas are the new up-and-coming player in the sauna arena and
they are becoming quite popular in the United States. Not only
do they provide the calming and relaxing atmosphere traditional
saunas have, they emulate the act of exercising!
Think for a moment of
what changes happen in our bodies when we exercise. Blood is
pumped through our bodies faster, and our heart becomes stronger
because of it. Nutrients are carried to needed tissues. Fat is
mobilized and burned. We produce sweat that not only cools our
bodies, but nourishes our skin and neutralizes bacteria. And
our mental well-being is elevated as a result of a good hard
this have to do with Infrared Saunas?
Well, in short, absolutely
everything. When our bodies are involved in a sauna session,
a lot of the same changes happen in our body, as if we were busy
exercising. You see, the heat provided by a FAR Infrared Sauna
penetrates the skin up to 5 cm, which heats tissue well below
the subcutaneous areas beneath the skin. A 10-20 minute session
is known to increase heart rate by 50%-75%. This is the same
as if you were involved in a light jog or brisk walk. The rays
emitted by the infrared sauna also cause our blood vessels to
dilate, and blood flow to the skin is increased by over 50%.
The increased blood flow to the skin provides much needed nutrients
to undernourished skin cells, therefore improving your overall
complexion. Not only does our skin receive all these important
nutrients, the infrared sauna promotes sweat, and lots of it!
You see, sweat is very
important, as it emulsifies fat molecules in our subcutaneous
tissue much more efficient than water. It also plays a very important
role in cleaning our skin, the largest organ in our body. The
sweat produced by an infrared sauna opens our pores and flushes
out many detoxifying agents and impurities. Many times the towel
of a smoker will turn yellow after a good sauna session, as a
result of the skin removing toxins from the body.
So, the next time youre
contemplating going on a jog and dont feel like expending
the energy, visit your local spa and see what all the fuss is
about. Infrared Saunas really do provide a well-rounded workout,
all while sitting down and relaxing.
Saunas Rescue Your Body From Being a Junk Yard of Toxins
Stimulate your lymphatic...
...(fights viruses, etc.) and cardiovascular (removes waste,
etc.) bodily systems by the whole body treatment of infrared
therapy using an infrared home sauna.
Infrared heat therapy does it all at the same time, the whole
body from head to toe, purified! Relax, take some time to yourself,
listen to music, meditate, unwind and get healthy! Right in the
comfort of your own home! An infrared home sauna is a handsome
addition to any suitable room and does not require plumbing and
extensive wiring. Just plug in and use. (Hint: meditation has
been known to calm the mind and soul and this contributes to
your well-being as well).
Sauna treatments have
been part of many cultures for centuries; however with the high
level of pollution and toxins you are exposed to nowadays, infrared
heat saunas are becoming more of a necessity than a luxury in
helping to keep the body in tip top shape for the optimal maintenance
of a healthy lifestyle. The benefits of infrared sauna treatments
are astounding. Do you really desire good health? Lowering the
toxic load of all the cells of your body is the way! Infrared
sauna therapy provides major benefits in this regard. The infrared
sauna treatments heat the layer of fats and oils that exist just
below the skin surface. The fats and oils thin and
are then easily excreted through the pores.
The lymphatic system
is part of the human immune system. It runs throughout your body,
circulating and protecting you from bacteria, viruses, fungi,
etc. Fats taken in by eating and drinking, pass through the lymphatic
system before being processed and released into the blood circulatory
system. The lymphatic system also removes excess fluids from
the body. The heart pumps blood throughout the body. This is
cardiovascular circulation. This action delivers oxygen and nutrients
to every cell and removes carbon dioxide and waste products from
the cells. If all your blood arteries and veins were laid side
by side they would be long enough to circle the earth more than
twice. Infrared sauna baths stimulate both the lymphatic and
cardiovascular circulation. These are great physical benefits,
your heart beats faster as in exercise, and your immune system
is jolted into action.
We carry around a lot
of junk in our bodies. These are toxins. How do toxins end up
in your body? You inhale them, eat them and they are absorbed
through the pores of the body. Some examples are coloring your
hair, using toxic underarm deodorants, inhaling gasoline or cigarette
fumes, drinking impure water, eating foods sprayed with pesticides
and herbicides, contaminated fish, cosmetic use, breathing in
smog, etc. These are just a few examples of the numerous sources
of toxins. Infrared sauna therapy aids in the removal of toxins
by inducing the opening of the pores and sweating. This is beneficial
for the health and function of the body cells. (Hint: shower
after an infrared sauna session using a non toxic vegetable based
Skin contains both sweat
glands and oil glands. Both are agents of detoxification. Oil
glands remove oil soluble toxins (found in items like gasoline,
pesticides, make-up etc.) and sweat glands remove water soluble
toxins (such as mercury found in fish, etc.). Longer heating
time is needed to eliminate oil soluble toxins. Infrared heat
saunas operate at a more comfortable temperature than traditional
steam saunas. The chances of overheating and getting dizzy are
lessened by the use of an infrared sauna over a traditional sauna.
An infrared sauna is a more tolerable environment to keeping
your skin temperature up comfortably for an extended period of
time. (Hint: drink water before, during and after the session
to prevent dehydration).
Infrared saunas use
much less electricity than traditional saunas and therefore are
environmentally friendly. The heat in an infrared sauna is radiant
heat. Radiant heat warms only the body not the air. When the
energy touches you, it converts to heat. This is like sunshine
in your sauna. Let the sunshine in!
Health benefits of infrared Saunas
How do Infrared
Infrared saunas work
using infrared heaters to convert light directly to heat. This
heat has the effect of warming nearby objects without raising
the air temperature; in others words, a bather in an infrared
sauna absorbs heat but the surrounding air does not.
(FIR) heat is often confused with ultraviolet (UV) radiation
because both types of energy are present in the suns rays.
However, FIR does not damage the skin the way UV does while still
providing many of the benefits of natural sunlight.
What are the Health
Benefits of an Infrared Sauna?
In infrared saunas,
heat penetrates deep into body tissues in a way that a traditional
sauna cannot. This deep tissue warmth is great for sore muscles,
stiffness, and joint pain, especially the kind of chronic pain
that comes from arthritis.
The infrared sauna heater
warms up and is ready for use much more quickly than a traditional
saunas heater (usually in 10 to 20 minutes, compared to
at least an hour) and it uses much less energy. And because the
air itself does not get hot in infrared saunas, they are suitable
for people with respiratory issues who find it uncomfortable
or even risky to go in a traditional sauna. Bathers in infrared
saunas also can enjoy the benefits of the sauna at a much lower
temperature than in a traditional sauna.
Cost, Installation and
infrared saunas are less expensive, easier to install, and require
less maintenance than traditional saunas. They come in many sizes
and are often quite portable, making them a great choice for
a home sauna when there is limited space available.
While the upfront cost
of a far-infrared sauna is quite reasonable, a great deal more
savings is realized when it comes to installation. An infrared
sauna heater does not use water so there is no need for moisture
barriers, special drainage systems, or complex electrical wiring.
Maintenance is much less involved as well, since there are no
water-borne bacteria to take up residence inside and the sauna
itself stays nice and dry.
How does the Infrared
Sauna Compare to a Traditional Sauna?
We have already talked
about some of the differences between infrared saunas and traditional
saunas, so lets look at a few more comparisons as well.
The health benefits
of infrared saunas are comparable to those of traditional saunas.
These benefits may include:
Cleansing of body toxins via the skin, pores and sweat
Easing of pain and discomfort caused by arthritis
Relief of muscle soreness
Social interaction and a sense of community
Some sauna enthusiasts
say they have a better experience in infrared saunas, while others
much prefer the moist heat of a traditional sauna. Because of
the dissimilarity in air temperature and humidity between the
two sauna types, some bathers do respond differently from one
to the other.
For example, infrared
saunas have the following unique characteristics:
Dry air is better
tolerated by bathers with some respiratory issues
Cooler air is better tolerated by bathers with some medical
FIR heating is similar to the natural sun, which benefits
some people with vitamin deficiencies or Seasonal Affective Disorder
Deep penetration of FIR energy is thought to be more effective
for sore and injured muscles