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Some Questions and Answers about Far Infrared Sauna

Written by JamesN.Mak


Posted on August 17 2022

What is the use of far infrared sauna?

Many studies have looked at using infrared saunas to treat long-term health problems and have found some evidence that saunas may be helpful. Conditions studied included high blood pressure, heart failure, dementia and Alzheimer's disease, headaches, type 2 diabetes and arthritis.

Far infrared sauna is better or near infrared is better?

Near-infrared devices tend to be very effective at promoting local healing and mild pain relief, but far-infrared heating devices are very effective at removing toxins, improving blood circulation, and relaxing muscles.

Who shouldn't use a far infrared sauna?

Heat Insensitivity - People who are heat insensitive should not use an infrared sauna. Joint Injury - If you have recently had an (acute) joint injury, heat should not be used for the first 48 hours after the injury or until the swelling has subsided.

Do infrared saunas burn fat?

Now, infrared saunas not only burn fat, but also improve overall circulation. As heat passes through your body, your peripheral blood vessels dilate, similar to what happens during exercise.



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