Far Infrared Sauna: All You Ever Wanted To Know
Posted by : Rocky Mountain Saunas Team
Far Infrared Saunas For Relaxation and Health
In the past 7 years Far Infrared Saunas have transcended traditional saunas in popularity as a more effective and more enjoyable method of preventive health care. Infrared Sauna Therapy is a results driven technology that has proven beneficial for more than 100 different health issues.
Learn about far infrared sauna history and evolution.
The long list of health benefits derived from infrared sauna therapy have been medically and scientifically tested and documented over the past 40 years .
Rocky Mountain Saunas’ website details important sauna health benefits that you can achieve with a regular infrared sauna routine.
Infrared Saunas are Safe for users of all ages. Many hospitals in the USA use infrared heat to keep newborn babies warm. Infrared Saunas use the best part of natural sunlight to allow your body to heal, detoxify and re-energize.
Our website offers you videos for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and Step by Step Assembly Videos to demonstrate how easy our saunas are to set up in your home or business.
Rocky Mountain Saunas is a Family Owned and Operated Business with our National Headquarters Office located in the foothills, west of Denver Colorado. All Sales, Service and Tech Support is managed ‘in house’, by one of our family members.
Click for references of the medical and scientific studies regarding the Health Benefits of infrared saunas that are documented in our site. Documented references are also posted as footnotes on the each of the pages and articles relating to Health Benefits.
Tips for a Healthy Far Infrared Sauna Regimen
Here are some tips for a healthy infrared sauna regimen to get you started:
- For most new clients we recommend using your sauna every other day for 30 minutes. You do not need to wait for sauna to reach Set Temperature to begin your session. Once sauna cabin air temperature reaches 90 degrees F, you may hop in and get started. Let your body warm up along with the air temperature.
- You can receive just as much health benefit at 115 degrees F as you can at 135 degrees F. Find the temperature that is most comfortable for you and still allows you to sweat profusely.
- Do not set the sauna cabin air temperature above 140 degrees F. Many new users do not sweat right away and this is not unusual. It may take a few sessions and adequate fluid intake to re-activate your lymph glands to trigger your sweat glands.
- Proper hydration is a keystone to accomplishing proper sweating. 60 -120 fluid ounces Per Day of spring water, fruit juices, Arizona green tea, electrolyte sports drinks, etc. are needed to get the best results from your sauna sessions. Please give us a call if you have any questions regarding proper hydration amounts and we will be glad to help.
- Cool down after your sauna session for 10-15 minutes until you stop sweating. Then you may shower. Use a rough surface exfoliating cloth, Loofah or various body brushes to ensure that you are removing excreted toxins and dead skin.
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