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Keep Up With the Trends: the Healthy Properties of Infrared Saunas

If you’re looking to add an infrared sauna to your home, then you might be a bit overwhelmed by all the different models that look similar, and all the manufacturers who claim that their products are the best. If you go shopping for one without any prior knowledge, you might get even more confused and convinced by retailers, and they might trick you into buying the wrong product. That being said, getting all the necessary knowledge on infrared saunas and why they’ve become so trendy in the past few years, will give you the right idea on what to look for when you go to buy infrared sauna.

Infrared Sauna

First and foremost, when you look to buy infrared sauna, you need to know the principle on which it works, and how it’s different than a traditional sauna. Traditional saunas utilise convection heat, which is basically a bunch of heaters inside an enclosure that emits hot air that heats the skin. Infrared saunas on the other hand, emit radiant energy from a heat source. Far infrared saunas specifically, directly heat the human body through high-tech heater panels that are mounted inside the floor and the walls of the sauna.

The benefits of infrared saunas have been utilised by hospitals worldwide for decades now. They’re typically used to keep premature and newborn babies warm. Moreover, people have been using infrared saunas as a method to detoxify their bodies for quite some time now. Additionally, infrared saunas are used for maintaining optimum health, increasing immune function, improving metabolic balance and preventing disease.

Secondly, you want a sauna that’s 100% safe and comfortable. After all, you’re there to relax, unwind and heal. Moreover, the sauna should be efficient at what it does – heating your body from head to toe – evenly. This basically means that you get all the benefits in less (exposure) time. Speaking of safety, the right infrared sauna should have all of its electronic components safely enclosed in a metal housing. All heat panels should be equipped with a thermostat and a fault sensor which will cut off the power in the event of an overheating or malfunctioning panel.

Lastly, look for safety certifications from all the safety and performance regulatory agencies that meet performance requirements for Australia, Europe, US, and Canada. Avoid saunas with magnets and exterior buckles. Instead, get a sauna with an anchor or bolt assembly system, which basically ensures a solid, durable, tight and secure assembly and also prevents air leaks.

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