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Far Infrared Sauna VS. Near Infrared

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Far Infrared Energy vs Near Infrared Energy Heat Sourcing Far Infrared Radiant (FIR) refers to radiant heat utilizing far infrared energy. Radiant heat basically means heating a specific item directly, in this application; the human body. Warming the human body with radiant heat most efficiently is accomplished using large, organic nano-carbon™ heater panels which broadcast ‘sunlight’ at the exact frequency …

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How to Use a Sauna: 15 Starter Tips for Infrared Sauna Use

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One of the most frequently asked questions we receive regarding how to use a sauna is, “How long does it take for my sauna to warm up?”
Answer: Not very long. The Colorado warms up at a rate of 2-3 degrees F per minute. Durango or Rio Grande, a bit faster, at 3-4 degrees/minute. It is important to remember that effective far infrared sauna therapy is not dependent on cabin air temperature.

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What is IR?

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Infrared Radiation (IR) is electromagnetic radiation of a wavelength longer than that of visible light. Much of the energy from the Sun (about 50%) arrives on Earth in the form of infrared radiation. Infrared radiation can be used as a specialized heating source for a variety of purposes. A very specific infrared radiation frequency is used to directly heat a …

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