With today's technology, the ability to enjoy a nice sauna in the comfort of your own home has never been more easy nor beneficial. Thanks to FIR heating ability, low watt density ceramic emitters emit long wave infared radiation to produce heat with no emissions or smells while the heating elements maintain relatively low temperatures themselves. This allows you to enjoy the benefits of a sauna safely in the comfort of your own home!
Many health benefits have been associated to the use of saunas in the past and the dry heat of a Far Infrared Sauna has only helped to improve the sauna's ability to heal and rejuvenate your body
Using an infrared sauna can increase blood flow and circulation throughout the body by dilating blood vessels allowing them to travel more freely. This increases oxygen delivery throughout the body and also the removal of toxins from your muscles and organs. Overall, this will cause you to have more energy and recover from sore aches and pains faster and more easily
Other studies have shown that sweating alone can have tremendous health benefits. When your body temperature increases, your body begins to perspire in an attempt to cool yourself off. By releasing this moisture at the cellular level, skin cells are able to excrete unwanted toxins or other nutrients in order to maintain their own homeostasis and causing your skin to look more radiant and rejuvenated
Finally, recent experiments have shown that heat therapy, along with chemotherapy and other cancer treatments, can have significant health benefits for cancer patients. Tumor cells are affected by high temperatures and it has been seen that heat from infrared saunas can, therefore, weaken cancerous cells. Although this may not be enough to destroy the cancer itself, it can cause it to be more susceptible to chemotherapy and other radiation therapies. Ultimately, this can result in more efficient treatments, fewer treatments, or lower dosages which can make all the difference in the world to a cancer patient
As always, consult a physician or medical professional before beginning a heat therapy regimen to see if you are physically capable and can undergo such treatment without serious consequence.