Infared Sauna, So Worth It!

You’re probably wondering, is it worth the hype? I’m here to tell you, yes. Yes, it is. If you haven’t already noticed, I’m a huge wellness lover. Literally, anything, sign me up. But Saunas….ehhh not so much.

I’ve never enjoyed the aesthetic or the feeling of being in a traditional sauna. I hate getting sweaty and hot. Weird I know, but I can’t stand it. But I always wanted the benefits of being in a sauna. The detoxification, I mean…

There’s this Holistic Wellness center I found that I love. I did an Ionic Foot Bath there recently (I’ll blog that experience) and the owner told me about the Infrared Sauna. So I had to come back and try. Now, I’m obsessed.

What is it? It’s a wooden box that has infrared heaters to detox and heal the body. The cool thing about the Infrared Sauna is that it uses dry heat and Infrared lamps to internally heat up the body. So you don’t have to worry about the steam from traditional saunas making you drip. It’s also a deep penetrating heat.

Imagine you’re just laying out on a nice 85-degree sunny day. Just a nice touch of warmth on the skin. You can lay down, and breathe comfortably. Since the Infrared Sauna temperature is from 100-150. (I recommend 100 if it’s your first time, but if you’re a champ go higher!)

Benefits

  • Improves Blood Circulation
  • Stimualtes & Boosts Collagen
  • Lowers Blood Pressure
  • Removes Toxins out of Body
  • Improves Cardovasular Health
  • Reduces Cancer Cells
  • Detox
  • Immune System Benefits
  • Improves your Mood
  • Pain Reliever

I like using the red light for Red Light Therapy, mine had a remote where you can change the colors.

The cool thing is that if the sauna is big enough, you can bring friends in and chat. Or if you like your alone time, hook up your phone to the BlueTooth, play some relaxing music and read a book, magazine, or scroll through your phone for 45 mins.

There’s nothing really to worry about when you get in one of these. Just sit back relax, because the benefits are through the roof.

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