Infrared rays are part of the spectrum that come from the sun. These rays are the warmth that you feel in the sunlight that “disappear” when you step into the shade, even through the air temperature hasn’t changed. Infrared rays are absorbed directly by the body in the form of heat without the surrounding air.
- Hospitals have been using infrared heat for decades to keep newborns warm
- Absorbed directly by the body in the form of heat
- Boosts immune system
- Stimulates cell renewal process
- Can be used at low temperatures to achieve the same results
- Works your cardiovascular system
- Burn calories while you relax
- Form of exercise for people with physical constraints, age, etc.
- Relieves tension, relaxes muscles
- Improves skin complexion
- Easier to breathe than traditional steam saunas
- Aids in muscle recovery from exercise
- Operational temperatures of 100 to 170 degrees
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