Our infrared saunas provide the following benefits:
- Lower blood pressure
- Skin purification
- Cell health
- Weight loss
- Pain relief
- Improved circulation
- Wound healing
- Clears cellulite
- Boosts immune response
- Burn 600+ calories in 30 min. session
Some form of sauna bathing has been around since ancient times. It is a traditional heat therapy for the Finnish people. Saunas are everywhere in Finland and are considered a spiritual and social ritual, according to AAA's March 1997 issue of VIA Magazine. Saunas are enjoyed in most countries around the world for the many health and relaxation benefits.Respiratory Benefits
Saunas are good for the respiratory tract. A study published in the February 2001 issue of the the American Journal of Medicine found that sauna bathing provides relief to patients with chronic bronchitis and asthma.
Taking a 20-minute sauna provides the same cardiovascular benefits as aerobic exercise, according to the National Institutes of Health. Therefore, it is possible to get the same cardiovascular benefits without the sweat of exercise but with a good sweat in the sauna. For physically impaired patients, the sauna can be used as thermal therapy and an alternative to exercise training.
In a 1991 study at the Institute National de la Recherche Scientifique at the University of Montreal in Quebec, researchers found that 20 minutes of sauna bathing increased the metabolism equivalent to 45 minutes of bicycling or swimming.
An article in the November 1989 issue of the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine reports that breathing humid, hot air is good for the respiratory tract and effective in treating the common cold.
Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/128512-saunas/#ixzz2EWPN6EPh