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Install A Home Sauna Kit In Your Own Home

Install A Home Sauna Kit In Your Own Home

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home sauna kit allows you to assemble a sauna in your very own home! The sauna cabins come flat packed and you can DIY your sauna in about an hour. If you are worried about the electrics, you should stop doing that because you don’t require an electrician. Once you have built your JNH Lifestyles sauna, all you have to do is plug it in. Also, whenever you want to move your sauna you can by simply unplugging, disassembling, relocating to another room and reassembling!

The Difference Between A Pre-Built Vs A Home Sauna Kit

JNH Lifestyles has a wide range of in home saunas that are available for purchase.Your JNH Lifestyles sauna will generally be dispatched within 24-48 hours (not including weekends) from the time you’ve placed your order (provided it is in stock) from our warehouse in Southern California. Actual delivery time will vary between each customer however tracking numbers will be provided for your reference.

A pre-built sauna usually is erected with free-standing rooms and finished exterior walls. To the contrary, JNH Lifestyles saunas normally consist of the parts required to assemble the sauna on your own. This includes the interior walls and ceiling, door trims, pre-hung door, handles and sauna accessories. It’s recommended to read the instruction manual to make sure you understand how to assemble the sauna. Make sure you have all the tools necessary and assume you may need an extra pair of hands before you purchase a home sauna kit.

Sauna Accessories And Features

An in home sauna doesn’t have to be boring and simple. You can choose from a small selection of our added features such as ergonomic S-shaped backrests and neck rests, Oxygen Ionizer, Chromotherapy light or an Infrared Foot Warmer. Chromotherapy lights are a great addition, which are thought to improve relaxation, relieve anxiety and to balance energy in the areas of our bodies that are lacking vibrancy, be it physical, emotional, spiritual or mental. Prior to completing your order, check out what accessories are best for you and your family.

How To Clean Your Sauna?

Prior to using the JNH Lifestyles sauna for the first time, clean the inside of the unit with a dry, clean cloth. Sauna’s especially frequently used, should be wiped down after each session to avoid any residual humidity. A thorough cleaning of a cabin might be necessary to do several times a month, but this all depends on how often you use the sauna. Cleaning a sauna on a regular basis helps to extend its life and lowers the chances of bacteria growth. An infrared sauna has less humidity than a traditional sauna, however it should be clean from time. Non-Toxic cleaners, such as combining apple cider vinegar, regular vinegar and warm water are suggested. Intermittent sweeping and vacuuming are best to get rid of dust and dirt. When cleaning the exterior of the sauna, use furniture polish. Refer to your manual for more helpful hints!

Infrared Light Saunas

An infrared light sauna is a newer and more common type supporting the same health benefits of a traditional sauna but through a completely different technique. For instance, a traditional sauna heats the air that’s all around you within the sauna, while an infrared sauna uses direct radiant energy to increase the body’s core temperature. This infrared energy has the ability to go deep into the skin to heat up the body from within, which includes the muscle tissue and joints. Due to the fact that infrared rays are directed at the body instead of heating the whole room, users feel hot and start to sweat at lower temperatures. In general, infrared saunas are usually cooler than traditional saunas. A typical temperature of an infrared sauna is between 110 and 140 degrees Fahrenheit, which is equivalent to 43 to 54 degrees Celsius.

A traditional sauna would take about 40 minutes to reach its optimal temperature, the JNH Lifestyles sauna’s requires 5-minutes to warm up. To maximize benefits, we suggest remaining inside during this warm up period. The infrared emitters operate at full capacity to provide the body with intensive penetration from infrared energy. The suggested usage time for an infrared sauna and traditional sauna initially is 10 to 15 minutes. Many sauna users enjoy the environment that an infrared sauna offers, and they usually have longer sessions because of the lower heat.

Furthermore, the advantages of enhanced relaxation, better heart health and improved sleep, using an infrared sauna, can come with many other medical benefits. Studies concluded that infrared saunas have a positive influence on health conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, hypertension, and chronic pain. Further studies reveal that exposing the body to infrared light can reduce stress and fatigue. Also, infrared sauna therapy can help individuals recover from symptoms of chronic fatigue.

An infrared sauna can offer better detoxification and faster recovery time for those who work out intensively because the heat penetrates the body’s tissues. People are more inclined to prefer the heat that’s emitted from an infrared sauna as a traditional sauna usually becomes uncomfortable when you are inside for longer than 10 to 15 minutes. When you use an infrared sauna, you can experience the same health benefits and at a lower heat temperature.

Sauna Safety

If you have any prior medical conditions, are pregnant or breastfeeding make sure to consult with your doctor before you use a sauna. Before, during and after your sauna session, keep yourself hydrated. Before you buy a sauna for continuous use at home, it’s vital to make yourself aware of any risks and get familiar with its safety features. It’s a good idea to choose a home sauna that has an easy to operate control panel. Also, make it a point to purchase a sauna unit with a timer to avoid staying in the sauna for way too long, especially when you are just beginning to get in the habit of sauna usage. Last but not least, a sauna requires proper ventilation to let fresh, clean air to come through and circulate around the sauna. Your JNH Lifestyles sauna features floor and ceiling vents that may be opened to allow for air circulation during sauna use.

When you have made up your mind on the DIY home sauna you want to purchase, know that JNH Lifestyles’ warranty covers and protects the structure, heating elements and electronics from any defects in material and workmanship.


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