Infrared Sauna

Infrared Sauna is ideal for athletes as a 'warming room' for a workout before class to warm up muscles and improve flexibility, which helps prevent injuries. It also ideal tool for pre-heating during physical therapy and massage, or relaxation after a busy day. For even more opinions, read materials from Dr. Mark Hyman. Infrared heat is also ideal for restoration of muscles and joints after exercise. Infrared cabins helo give a soothing warmth, acting on the human body directly. They require almost no time for pre-heating, which saves electricity. The long-wavelength infrared radiation deeply perspiration – for cleaning and toxins, as well as for burning calories. Using the latest Japanese technology in the field of infrared radiation, the panel Saunatec CarbonFlex has the largest area of heating Compared with any system of infrared emitters, used traditionally provides maximum soft warmth.

Saunatec's CarbonFlex work better than any other system of infrared radiation due to near-perfect length wave in the region 8.4-9.4 microns (the so-called 'Rays of Life' are within 7-14 microns). This is the optimal wavelength provides deeper penetration of the long-wavelength infrared radiation, which in turn strengthens process toxins, training the cardiovascular system and reduces pain in muscles and joints. Effect of sauna to health a view from a medical point of view of studying the medical literature, you find what doctors believe that the sauna can be an important component of personal wellness program. Effect of sauna for health is well documented (see, for example, 'Annals of Clincial Research: Special Issue on Sauna'). Regular visits to the sauna – and associated with this process of sweating – help you to 'cleanse the body of toxins', 'to relieve pain in muscles and joints' and just 'relax'. Such benefits in physical terms, as well as reducing stress and tension simplify the purchasing decision saunas because in the sauna, you will not only feel good, sauna as well affect your health.

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