Our full-spectrum Infrared Sauna disperses near, mid, and far infrared heat, and is coupled with many of our therapies for the added value it provides to healing and recovery. The infrared heat has many known benefits. Sweat from traditional saunas is commonly thought to be 95% to 97% water with the remainder being salt. In an infrared sauna with far infrared heat, 80-85% of sweat is water, and the non-water portion of sweat is cholesterol, fat-soluble toxins, toxic heavy metals, sulfuric acid, sodium, ammonia, and uric acid. Beyond detoxification, the infrared sauna can stimulate white blood cell production and collagen growth, improve blood vessel function, increase circulation to assist with improved healing and also, decreased pain and inflammation. Infrared heat promotes faster cell regeneration, which can help with repairing injuries and damage to tissues. Infrared heat has been shown to burn as many as 600 calories in a single session by increasing blood flow and heart rate. With all the benefits of using an infrared sauna, our approach incorporates the use of the sauna as a fundamental preparatory step to many of our services. The support the infrared sauna provides to healing and revitalizing the body allows the effectiveness of our therapies to be maximized.
Our infrared sauna has been shown to stimulate white blood cell production, as well as collagen growth by increasing energy at the cellular level. Near infrared heat has also been shown to be very effective for sprains, strains, and muscle spasms by penetrating the joints, muscles and tissues; speeding oxygen flow; and increasing circulation.
Infrared heat has been shown to be safe and effective in improving cardiac function, as well as having a role in decreasing cardiac size in chronic heart failure patients. Consistent infrared sauna treatments have been shown to help reduce systolic and diastolic blood pressure, and can improve blood vessel function in individuals with high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol.
The elevation in body temperature and increase in blood flow from a infrared heat, particularly mid infrared, are comparable to a passive workout. The increase in circulation also offers quicker muscle recovery after your regular workouts by reducing inflammation, decreasing pain, and speeding up healing.
Through decreasing inflammation and swelling, near infrared heat has been shown to be effective in decreasing pain for many conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, ankylosing spondylitis, peripheral arterial disease, and other autoimmune conditions that involve pain management.
Sweat from traditional saunas is commonly thought to be 95% to 97% water with the remainder being salt. In an infrared sauna with far infrared heat, 80-85% of sweat is water, and the non-water portion of sweat is cholesterol, fat-soluble toxins, toxic heavy metals, sulfuric acid, sodium, ammonia, and uric acid. Elimination of these toxins supports overall wellbeing and can prevent future illness.
Studies have shown decrease wrinkles and crow’s feet, as well as improved overall skin tone, including softness, smoothness, elasticity, clarity and firmness with infrared saunas, namely near infrared heat. Collagen and elastin have been shown to increase after exposure to infrared heat. Infrared heat can also help with reduction of scarring from acne, and can reduce acne altogether.
Far and mid Infrared heat has been shown to burn as many as 600 calories in a single session by increasing blood flow and heart rate. Other health benefits such as increasing flexibility, improving sleep, and easing aches and pains associated with weight training also contribute to weight loss by helping you maintain consistent physical activity and minimizing setbacks.
Near infrared heat promotes faster cell regeneration, wound healing, and human tissue growth. Repairing wounds faster has a vital role in preventing infections.