- 2 Person Full Spectrum Infrared Sauna.
- Made from high quality Canadian Hemlock.
- 8mm tempered glass with tint.
- Stainless steel handle.
- Control Panel with MP3, USB & Bluetooth.
- Dual Speakers.
- Ventilation Window.
- Oxygen Bar.
- LED Reading Light.
- Remote control to change light colour.
- Low EMF, Carbon Panel & Full Spectrum Heating.
- Dimensions: 190cm high x 105cm deep x 120cm wide.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF NEAR, MID AND FAR INFRARED WAVELENGTHS?
Near Infrared (NIR): The wavelength of NIR is the shortest of the three. It’s absorbed just below the surface of the skin, promoting wound healing, cell health/regeneration, skin revitalization and can mitigate inflammation. NIR has also been shown to help clear up acne lesions, improve fine lines and wrinkles, and encourages collagen synthesis.
Mid Infrared (MIR): MIR is longer than NIR, thus allowing for greater penetration into soft tissue. MIR can help with inflammation, pain and decrease overall healing time. Other benefits include weight loss and the expansion of blood vessels, which leads to improved circulation.
Far Infrared (FIR): Being the longest wavelength, FIR penetrates the deepest where toxins and chemicals are trapped. It can assist with weight loss and increases your heart rate. This increase in BPM’s can be equivalent to mild cardio. In addition, FIR stimulates vasodilation, which in turn increases blood flow throughout the body. FIR can also reduce pain, ease joint stiffness, decrease inflammation and alleviate overall body stress. And let’s not forget the powerful detoxification you experience through substantial perspiration. In fact, people often claim to feel energized and balanced after a FIR sauna session.
BENEFITS OF FULL SPECTRUM INFRARED SAUNAS
When all 3 wavelengths are inside of the same sauna, you have access to a huge range of therapeutic energy. Near, mid and far infrared work amazingly in conjunction with each other; heightening one another’s benefits and creating a great detoxification/recovery experience for the user. Some potential benefits include:
Sweating is one of the body’s natural detoxification mechanisms, and saunas can help increase the amount of sweat produced, which can help flush out toxins and impurities. By promoting the release of toxins, a full spectrum infrared sauna may support a healthy immune system and improve overall health.
2. Weight loss
Infrared saunas are said to help increase metabolism and burn calories, which may help with weight loss. The heat from the sauna can cause an increase in heart rate, which in turn can cause an increase in metabolism. Additionally, sweating can help to burn calories, which can help to promote weight loss.
3. Pain relief
Another great benefit of full spectrum infrared saunas is pain relief. The sauna’s heat can cause an increase in blood flow, which can help reduce muscle and joint pain and inflammation, as well as bring oxygen and nutrients to the affected area.
4. Improved circulation
Infrared saunas are also said to help improve blood flow and oxygenation throughout the body, which may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Additionally, the heat can help to dilate blood vessels, which can help to lower blood pressure.
5. Relaxed Body and Mind
Infrared saunas help relax the body and mind, which may help reduce stress and promote a sense of well-being.
6. Cardiovascular health
Full spectrum infrared saunas have been found to lower blood pressure, improve heart rate variability, and improve overall cardiovascular health. The heat from the sauna can cause an increase in heart rate, which can help to improve cardiovascular fitness. The increased heart rate variability can also be an indicator of a healthy cardiovascular system.
7. Immune system support
The heat and sweating caused by an infrared sauna may help to boost the immune system by activating white blood cells and increasing the production of antibodies. This can help the body fight off infections and illnesses more effectively. On top of that, the heat may cause a slight fever-like response, which also activates the immune system.
8. Improved respiratory function
The heat and humidity of an infrared sauna may help improve respiratory function by loosening mucus and phlegm, making it easier to breathe. This can be especially beneficial for people with conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, and sinusitis. The heat may also help to reduce inflammation in the airways, which can help to reduce the severity of symptoms.
9. Improved athletic performance
The increased blood flow and oxygenation caused by an infrared sauna may improve athletic performance by allowing the muscles to work more efficiently. This can help reduce muscle soreness and fatigue and also speed up the recovery process after a workout.
10. Improved sleep
The relaxation and stress relief caused by an infrared sauna may improve sleep by reducing tension and promoting a more restful state. The heat may also cause a slight decrease in the body’s core temperature, which can help to signal to the body that it’s time to sleep.
12. Improved Skin Health & Anti-aging
The heat and sweating caused by an infrared sauna may improve skin health by opening up the pores and removing impurities.
On top of that, the increased collagen production caused by an infrared sauna may help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, promoting a more youthful appearance. Collagen is a protein that gives skin its elasticity and firmness. Unfortunately, our body produces less collagen as we age, leading to wrinkles and sagging skin.
13. Wound healing
The increased blood flow caused by an infrared sauna may help to speed up the healing process of wounds by delivering oxygen and nutrients to the affected area. This can help to reduce inflammation and promote the growth of new tissue.
Please note that these are potential benefits associated with infrared saunas and full-spectrum infrared saunas specifically, and that actual results may vary depending on the individual and the usage conditions. Therefore, as with any therapeutic treatment, it’s best to consult a healthcare professional before trying a full-spectrum infrared sauna, especially if you have a medical condition or are pregnant.