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Use An Infrared Sauna For Sale For Relaxation Therapy

Use An Infrared Sauna For Sale For Relaxation Therapy

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Our society places a lot of focus on our physical health; i.e. how to look good on the outside and fit into a pair of skinny jeans with minimal effort. When you look at an JNH Lifestyles infrared sauna for sale, you will be reminded of how our sauna can help you with a physical condition but don’t overlook what an infrared sauna can do for you mentally as well.

How Does Stress Put A Toll On The Body?

Stress is nothing to brush away as something small and irrelevant. If you or someone you know is suffering from chronic stress, you or their health can be in serious jeopardy and you don’t even know it. The symptoms of stress could be what is affecting your health, and not an illness. If you are suffering from symptoms such as lack of appetite, sleeping problems, or an upset stomach these signs of illness could be the side effects of long-term stress.

If stress symptoms are left to manifest, it can affect a person’s mood, behavior and body. If stress is left totally neglected for a long period of time, stress can be responsible for many chronic health issues which include heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity.

According to the American Psychological Association, the average stress levels in the United States increased from 4.9 to 5.1 on a scale from 1 to 10 in an annual stress survey. Most of the time, the leading cause of these stresses involves money and employment. Other stress symptoms that can affect the body include fatigue, upset stomach, problems sleeping, lack of sex drive, chest pain, headaches and tension in your muscles. If you have chest pain, especially if it happens during physical activity and comes with shortness of breath, pain shooting into your shoulder and arm, sweating and/or dizziness, you should seek medical attention immediately. These could be the signs of a heart attack and not just the symptoms of stress.

Why Are Infrared Saunas Better For Stress Relief?

To put it simply, JNH Lifestyles’ infrared saunas feature carbon fiber panels which emit light waves to heat the body rather than the whole cabin. Infrared heat is an invisible light source that can help to improve blood flow. Normally, in a traditional sauna, the surrounding air is heated up to approximately 185°F degrees, which eventually heats up the body. On the other hand, in a JNH Lifestyles infrared sauna, the temperature only gets up to 140°F degrees. Infrared rays can penetrate the body more deeply, which results in the body sweating more profusely at lower temperatures compared to a traditional sauna.

How To Get Stress Relief From An Infrared Sauna For Sale

You may have heard the positive effects that an infrared sauna has and are looking into sauna prices. Sweating in an infrared sauna is one way of managing your stress along with regular physical exercise, lots of rest, healthy diet habits, and avoiding excessive caffeine, alcohol and tobacco use.

Many studies on regular infrared sauna use have revealed that these saunas can reduce the levels of cortisol, which is the body’s primary stress hormone. Excessive sweating helps to increase relaxation, which lowers feelings of anxiety and frustration.

How Does Relaxation Therapy Work?

When you visit JNH Lifestyles and take a look at an infrared sauna for sale, the representatives can inform you more about how stress deeply affects your body functioning. Specifically, how stress affects the neurologic, motor, muscular and circulatory systems.

For centuries, heat therapy has been used in medicine to relax muscles and open blood vessels to improve flow. After a few minutes of absorbing the infrared heat, the body relaxes knotted muscles and starts to circulate blood better.

When you have better blood circulation, the body can deliver more oxygen to the brain, which will leave a person feeling revitalized and reinvigorated in the body as well as the mind! Also, an infrared sauna emits a heat that helps the body release endorphins, which are natural chemicals in your body that are responsible for making you feel good.

If you can’t find the time, nor have the willpower to exercise enough, regularly exposing yourself to the radiant heat of an infrared sauna is a good way to get the health benefits of exercise without causing stress on your muscles, bones, joints and tissues.

On the whole, using an infrared sauna on a daily basis for relaxation purposes can greatly lower your stress levels since it can improve your blood circulation, release muscle tension and helps release endorphins (happy and natural bodily chemicals).

What Are The Advantages Of Relaxing?

To overcome your bouts of stress and anxiety, you first must relax. One way of relaxing is to make an intentional effort not to mull over your work or anything else that is inducing your stress while you set time to relax. It is easier said than done, right? This is understandable, but the most powerful way to breathe easy and wind down is to use an infrared sauna for relaxation therapy.

When you start your relaxation therapy in an infrared sauna, your thoughts begin to slow down and frantic breathing starts to stabilize to a normal rhythm. When you are relaxed, you can face struggles a lot easier. Relaxation has positive aspects of many systems in the body. It affects the muscular, circulatory, motor and neurologic systems.

Here are some advantages of relaxation:

●Lowers muscle pain.

●You become a better person to be around with. You improve your life, anybody who is around you including your loved ones, will feel more comfortable and at ease when you are relaxed.

●Reduces your risk of developing heart disease. Stress is infamous for causing heart problems.

●Improves blood circulation. When you feel relaxed, your heart can pump blood more readily.

Relaxation is very important for overcoming stress and anxiety. The first step you have to make is lifestyle changes such as getting more exercise and sleep as well as controlling what and how much you eat. Secondly, try to make a conscious effort not to think about what is causing the stress; and finally, make time to frequent an infrared sauna.


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