Infrared sauna is a powerful tool that uses light as a heat source to help relax and improve the body. By omitting infrared light waves, heat is created within the body to produce a myriad of benefits. Studies have shown that infrared light therapy aids in cellular regeneration, encourages blood circulation and promotes healing to deep tissue. Anti-aging effects, increased detoxification, pain reduction, cardiovascular support and joint healing are also believed to be benefits of this type of sauna.
How it Works
Unlike other saunas, infrared light penetrates directly through your skin but does not warm the air. The light waves exceptional ability to penetrate deep causes your body’s internal temperature to rise quickly without effecting the environment around you.
Results are therefore created at lower temperatures, making sauna infrared therapymuch more tolerable than conventional saunas. The reactions that most commonly occur are increased sweating, elevated heart rate and a parasympathetic nervous response – fancy term for relaxation.
Benefits of Infrared Sauna:
Infrared therapy heats your body from within, causing improved circulation to the body’s natural filters and increased sweat of toxins from deep within the body.
Infrared heat penetrates tissue, joints, and muscles—relieving pain from injury and chronic conditions and also helping repair the tissue. Less pain and better circulation also means lower blood pressure.
Our infrared sauna gently heats your body from the core, promoting peaceful energy and improved sleep.
By oxygenating the body’s cells, infrared therapy helps muscles recover, strengthens the immune system, and improves skin tone.
If you or someone you know has been dealing with muscle soreness, fatigue, stress and or pain, infrared therapy may be the answer you are looking for. Call us today at 317-449-2030 if you have any further questions or would like to schedule an appointment.
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