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Why Buy Your Own In Home Sauna?

Why Buy Your Own In Home Sauna?

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It’s important to note that saunas have been around for centuries, but modern-day technology has provided many ways to enjoy getting a sweat on with an in home sauna. Infrared saunas have been getting a lot of attention due to the various documented health benefits including detoxification, a more stable body and circulatory system, aiding in weight loss, as well as pain and stress reduction. Traditional saunas are likely to have a humid and hot climate, whereas a JNH Lifestyle far infrared sauna (FIR) uses invisible light to heat up the body.

What’s An Infrared In Home Sauna?

Typically, an infrared sauna uses light to create heat that warms up the body to make it sweat out and eliminate toxins. An infared sauna is usually cooler than traditional saunas because they operate at about 110 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit instead of the 169 to 190 degrees Fahrenheit that you tolerate in a traditional humid sauna. Conventional saunas usually heat the air that’s all around you within the chamber, which in turn heats up the body. Infrared saunas warm up the body directly with infrared rays. The heat that’s emitted from infrared saunas gently penetrates the skin’s surface, raising the body’s core temperature for a deep and intense sweat. Also, because the heat is more tolerable than the heat found in traditional saunas, a person can stretch, relax and meditate for a longer period of time within an infrared sauna.

What Are The Health Advantages Of Infrared Saunas?

A 2015 study about saunas revealed that infrared sauna treatment can help with exercise recovery. The study had 10 physically active male participants who finished a 60-minute strength workout on a few days and a 34 to a 40-minute strength training session on additional days. These male participants who followed the exercises with 30 minutes in an infrared sauna witnessed better recovery in the post-workout performance tests compared to those participants that did not.

Not only can infrared therapy help the body physically, but can be very beneficial mentally. Another study conducted on 18-to-65-year-old men and women, who had a major depressive disorder, found that day-to-day exposure to infrared light provided anti-depressant effects.

The most commonly known health benefit of infrared saunas is detoxification. Research has shown that sweating is very helpful when it comes to eliminating toxins from the human body.

Can You Lose Weight In An Infrared Sauna?

Many studies have a firm connection between infrared saunas and weight loss. Some researchers have gone as far as to say that an infrared sauna can decrease waist circumference and reduce body fat. The reason for the weight loss is that the core body temperature increases by about three degrees in a sauna, the body has to work to cool down. Therefore, the heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate increases and burns calories.

Are Infrared Saunas Unhealthy For You?

Scientific research reports very few dangers associated with infrared saunas. Most complaints were very minor, such as moderate heat discomfort. That’s why it’s very important to be very well hydrated before your infrared sauna session, as well as during and even after using the sauna unit. An infrared sauna session will make you sweat a lot, therefore it’s important to replenish these lost liquids through water intake. Furthermore, if you are pregnant, or have a pre-existing medical condition, speak to your doctor before using an infrared sauna.

How Many Times A Week Should You Use An Infrared Sauna?

There really isn't an exact number to determine the best health benefits. However, the more you use an infrared sauna, the more benefits you are going to notice. It’s recommended at least three times per week and is advisable to begin with 10 to 15-minute sessions and then work up to longer sauna sessions of 30 to 45-minute sessions. The most important thing to do is to listen to your body on what it wants, look out for warning signs and do what feels good.

Why Is A 2 Person Sauna The Most Popular?

Many sauna buyers ask themselves what is the best sauna to buy? Although you might be planning to use an infrared sauna alone at home, a two person sauna might be the way to go. It has a small footprint and is manageable in size for do-it-yourself builders. Typically, these far infrared saunas come in a few large pieces, so installation is a piece of cake. In contrast to a 4 person sauna that needs a lot more space and weighs more than a 2 person sauna. However, if you have space and can afford one, a bigger sauna comes with its own advantages.

What’s The Function Of A 2 Person Sauna?

A two person sauna has two important functions. One is recreational and the other is cleansing the body of toxins. Ideally, a 2 person sauna is the perfect retreat and should be big enough to easily accommodate two average size adults, sitting cozily side by side enjoying each other’s company, while luxuriously relaxing and achieving maximum health benefits from the sauna session.

The 2 person home sauna is small enough that one of the two sauna users inside the unit can reach and work the control panel, adjust the vent or open the door and leave when they wish to do so. When shopping around for 2 person saunas, keep in mind how big the users are, since the bench length is big enough to permit you to sit side-by-side and have some space allowance between you. You don’t want a sauna that doesn’t have a few inches in between you and your sauna buddy, as it’s quite difficult to relax in a cramped and confined space.

A two-person JNH Lifestyles infrared sauna is an ideal size bringing a wealth of health benefits as well as increasing the value of your home. Sooner or later you may have an array of people wanting to come over just to luxuriate in your in home sauna. The good thing is you will be very healthy and have great mental focus to deal with all this pandemonium!


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