It’s True! Weight Loss is one of the many benefits of regular use of an Infrared Sauna. Infrared Heat is Healthy, Natural and a Safe Therapy for all living beings.
Weight Loss is achieved through the use of a far infrared sauna by increasing the metabolic process of vital organs and endocrine glands, which produces a High Calorie Burn. Studies have shown that you can burn up to 900 calories in a single 50 minute infrared sauna session, while you relax !
“Regular use of an infrared sauna may be just as effective, as a means of cardiovascular conditioning and burning of calories, as regular exercise.” Journal of the American Medical Association. August, 1981. (1.)
Infrared Saunas are the Only Natural, Healthy Way to Burn Calories without Exercise.
Infrared light energy creates an even, deep heat penetration without the sensation of feeling hot! This unique heating method is achieved by using a small bandwidth of the far infrared spectrum that ranges from 8-12 microns. (The Entire Far Infrared Spectrum measures from 4 microns to 1000 microns) This special frequency is designed to penetrate beneath your skin to the tissue layers where fat is stored. As subcutaneous fat is heated, your body starts to Thermo-Regulate by producing large volumes of sweat.
Sweating is directly linked to Weight Loss. As your body works to cool itself during an infrared sauna session, there is a substantial/ beneficial increase in heart rate, cardiac output and metabolic rate. Your blood flow may rise from the normal 5 – 7 quarts per minute to as much as 12 – 13 quarts per minute, which is a Real Cardiovascular Workout! (2.)
A reasonably fit person may sweat up to one pound / one pint of sweat in a 30 minute infrared sauna session. Wow! Equal to running for two+ miles.
While it is true that the water weight lost in the sauna may be regained by rehydrating, the high amount of calories burned are very real and contribute directly to weight loss. Water loss does not cause weight loss. Weight loss is caused by the high number of calories burned through the increase in metabolic processes. (2.)
Fluids lost during the sweat can be replenished, but the calories are not.
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