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Cancellations & Refunds:
All orders cancelled after 48 hours are subject to a $20 administration fee, whether or not your order has shipped. If you order has shipped, you (the buyer) will also be responsible for actual return shipping charges. Refunds will only be issued to the original credit card that you use when placing your order.
What does EMF stand for?
“EMF" stands for an electromagnetic field, which is an invisible electrical and magnetic force. Everything generates its own magnetic field. The Earth has its own Geo-Magnetic Field. This field/wave causes an imaginary energy line from North to South which is used by animals for navigation. Human body also generates a field of energy (Aura or Bio-Field)- a low frequency magnetic field, which creates an EMF of about 10 hertz. Our bodies consist of tiny electric currents that aid our normal bodily functions (digestion, elimination, brain activity, etc.). The strength of our Bio-Field determines our health.
Artificial electromagnetic fields are caused by human activities and technologies (from appliances, cell phones to high voltage wires). These fields are generally higher and stronger than our own. When we come near a high voltage wiring or any other high electric fields, we become the “conductive material" through which these currents then flow to the ground. High EMFs cancel our own bio-field and significantly lowers our body's ability to regenerate and heal.
A prolonged exposure to high EMFs (Electromagnetic Fields), disrupts our normal biological processes, therefore, creating biological stress and may result in major health risks.
We take safety measures very seriously and our entire product line is carefully tested for any EMF. We are proud to be certified as low EMF emission.
Q: What Are Infrared Saunas?
Infrared saunas are a type of sauna that uses light to create heat. Unlike traditional saunas, which use heat to warm the air, that, in turn, warms your body, this type of saunas heats your body directly without warming the air around you.
Q: How Does Infrared Saunas Work?
Infrared saunas use infrared heaters to heat your skin. This is different from how traditional saunas work, which is by heating the air around you, which in turn, heats your skin. The result is the same, but the methods are different. Infrared saunas use light instead of heat, and that light is absorbed into your skin to heat it. The light is also able to penetrate deep into your skin and give some added health benefits.
To give a better example of how this would work, imagine it is a chilly but sunny day. You're bundled up, and you can feel the air around you is cold, but when you stand directly in the sun, you can feel the warmth. The sun can warm you without warming the air around you. This is how Infrared saunas work.
There are many things an infrared sauna does for you, and it can help to transform your body. Heating your body can give you real benefits, and doing so using infrared technology can increase your wellbeing.
When your body sweats, it begins to naturally detoxify. Your core temperature rises, and you start to sweat. Toxins in your skin are forced out with the sweat. These poisons in your skin are taken out and leave you feeling better and fresher.
When your core temperature rises, your circulation is improved. An increase in circulation means better health overall. Better circulation is great for muscle and joint pain. Massage and other methods can treat muscle pain, but it is hard to get to the root of joint pain from outside the body. Infrared penetrates to boost your circulation and lets your body take care of the pain.
The increased circulation is also excellent for your skin. As the toxins get removed through sweat, and your circulation is improved, your skin is going to look and feel healthier. With heat penetrating your skin and muscles, your muscles gently become more relaxed, and your body feels better. This helps with your stress and mental wellness.
At a cellar level, your immune system gets boosted. With a healthier body, you are less likely to contract diseases and things such as colds and flu.
What Are The Benefits of Infrared Saunas?
Infrared saunas have numerous benefits. They can help increase blood circulation and stimulate the sweat glands, releasing built-up toxins in the body. Regular sauna sweating can help detoxify the body as it releases heavy metals, as well as alcohol, nicotine, sulfuric acid, and other organic and inorganic compounds.
Sauna therapy promotes relaxation by helping to balance your body’s level of cortisol, your body’s primary stress hormone. The heat generated by the infrared sauna will also help to relax muscles and relieve tension throughout the body, allowing you to relax and de-stress.
Infrared saunas can help relieve inflammation, stiffness, and soreness. By increasing blood circulation and allowing the deep, penetrating infrared heat, infrared saunas help to relax muscles and carry off metabolic waste products. All while delivering oxygen-rich blood to the muscles for a faster recovery.
The heat generated by infrared technology will cause your core temperature to increase. This can also lead to an increased heart rate — the same increase in heart rate that you experience when exercising. When your body works harder to lower your core temperature or keep up with an increased heart rate, your body burns more calories, resulting in weight loss.
The profuse sweating achieved after just a few minutes in an infrared sauna carries off deeply embedded impurities and dead skin cells, leaving the skin glowing and clean. Increased circulation draws the skin's natural nutrients to the surface for a natural glow.
What To Watch For When Using Infrared Saunas?
Researchers say there are minimal dangers associated with infrared saunas. However, there are so few things you need to avoid when using one. The most important of these is to avoid overdoing it, which could cause overheating and lead to dehydration or fainting. Older adults are more prone to overheating, as sweat gland function decreases with age. A child's body temperature also rises more quickly than that of adults, so parents should consult with a pediatrician before allowing a child to spend time in a sauna.
Alcohol increases the risk of overheating, so avoid using a sauna if you’ve been drinking.
One potential danger particularly associated with an infrared sauna compared to a wet sauna regards silicone implants of any sort. Silicone absorbs infrared heat, so anyone with a silicone implant should check with a doctor before using this type of sauna.
Although saunas are safe for most people with heart disease, certain cardiovascular conditions call for avoiding saunas. It's essential to consult your physician if you have any diagnosed heart condition.
How Often Should You Use A Sauna?
Research has shown infrared saunas to be safe. Now, we are not saying that you should use a sauna every day for 12 hours a day, but you can use them every day. If you are using a sauna daily, you will start to see some health benefits from doing so.
We would recommend using your sauna 3-4 times a week, though you can use it every day if you wish or only 1-2 times a week. When you are in the sauna, we recommend at least 30 minutes to get the best out of your sauna.
What To Wear In An Infrared Sauna?
Nothing! Well, only if you want to, and perhaps not if you have your friends around. The longer answer is that you should wear whatever you find comfortable. Infrared light can penetrate through clothes, but not as well.
Imagine that you are out in the sun; you can feel the warmth of the sun on your bare arms, but not as much on your covered shoulders. The same is true for an infrared sauna. To get all of the recommend benefits, you should be in there completely nude.
Of course, you may not feel comfortable being completely nude in a sauna, even if you are entirely alone. In this case, we would recommend wearing a swimsuit. If you need to wear more than just swimwear, then bear in mind that you are going to be hot and sweaty. Try to find loose-fitting, breathable clothes. You should also try to wear as little as possible when you are choosing your clothes. A pair of shorts and a t-shirt will work fine. Make sure they are loose and made from breathable fabrics.
Do You Burn Calories While Using Infrared Saunas?
Yes. The heat generated by this type of sauna will cause your core temperature to increase. This can also lead to an increased heart rate — the same increase in heart rate that you experience when exercising. When your body works harder to lower your core temperature or keep up with an increased heart rate, your body burns more calories, resulting in weight loss.
A sauna bath is, however, not a replacement for exercise. You should not think that using your sauna is going to be all you need to lose weight, but it will contribute to it. Studies have shown that you can burn up to 600 calories in one session. This becomes significant when you combine this with exercise.
How Much Do Infrared Saunas Cost?
There are many infrared sauna models available on the market, and depending on the size, features, and technology, each will have its price. We have highlighted the best 8 models from which you can choose the one that best suits your needs and budget.
How Long Should You Sit In A Sauna?
The duration of the sauna sessions your body can tolerate will gradually increase as you become accustomed to the sauna experience. If you're ill or you're experiencing some health issues, you'll need to be more careful with your sauna sessions. An average sauna session lasts around 30 minutes, but some people like to extend their sessions to 45 minutes or even an hour. However, the longer you stay in the sauna, the more you risk dehydration. The safest time you should spend is between 15-20 minutes per session.
This is a very common question especially amongst first time sauna buyers. Here you will find some helpful information to guide you towards your sauna purchase.
- You don't have to leave your home.
- Beautiful enhancement/decor.
- Limited space.
- Cannot be used outdoors.
- With an indoor infrared sauna – that is all you get – you do not have the option of the outdoor conversion because the materials an indoor sauna is built with, are not suited to withstand nature's elements. In addition, the heaters in an indoor sauna will take longer to heat up due to the outdoor climate changes.
- Your imagination really is the limit in terms of location, size, and appearance.
- Requires better quality outer-paneling and insulation to protect it from nature's elements.
- Enlighten Outdoor saunas are built with thicker wood material and duly insulated walls.
- Carbon and full spectrum heaters that heat up fast, and a tile floor for easy cleaning and maintenance.
- Getting the option of two saunas for the price of one! Easy conversion to an indoor.