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Unlike traditional saunas which work by heating the air around you, infrared saunas work by using infrared lamps to heat your body instead. While the traditional sauna is generally heated between 150F - 180F, infrared saunas offer a cooler alternative, operating between 120F and 140F.
Because an infrared sauna is cooler, you are able to use the sauna longer and experience a more penetrative heat and intense sweat.
Sweating is a great way to detoxify your body and get rid of it’s toxins. Because infrared saunas penetrate your body deeper, they offer incredible physical health benefits, while simultaneously relaxing your body and helping you to destress.
30-45 minutes per session.
3 times per week
In extreme cases, using a sauna may cause you to overheat.
May cause dehydration. Be sure to drink plenty of water.