Fitness centers, spas, and other health and wellness centers increasingly use far infrared saunas as a popular amenity for their members. For many, the chilly, dry air surrounding an infrared sauna makes the experience far more pleasant than a typical sauna. It has been suggested that a far infrared sauna has beneficial health effects.
When we say that a wavelength of light is far infrared we indicate that it exists at the very end of the infrared spectrum. Scientific research has revealed that saunas are an ideal environment to expose oneself to Far Infrared light, as this type of radiation may penetrate the skin and raise one's body temperature, triggering the body's sweat glands.
Through this blog, we will understand the various do's and don'ts of using a far infrared sauna. But, before that, let's briefly introduce a far infrared sauna.
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