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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Benefits of using Full Spectrum Sauna

There is a long history of gaining health benefits through the use of saunas or sweat lodges in many areas of the world. Although the technology certainly has come a long way, and the work involved with setting up your treatment is now virtually nil, the basic premise is the same, and our full spectrum dry sauna can do wonders for you, body, mind and soul.

The sauna’s heat will stimulate your sweat glands which is a wonderful way to eliminate toxins from the body. Toxins are a big problem in most societies today, and we build them up depending on a variety of factors, both in and out of our control. From the foods we eat to the household cleaners we use to the packaging we use every day and the environment around us, toxins leach their way inside our systems and can create havoc. Our saunas help your body to rid itself of these harmful toxins and help you step in the right direction for overall well being. You may have tried using a sauna at a health facility or at a spa, but you may not have realized that by using a sauna that has been used previously by numerous people with all levels of toxicity, you may have actually absorbed some of those released toxins yourself if the sauna wasn’t properly cleaned. One way to avoid this side effect of using a public sauna is to purchase your own home sauna and enjoy all of the benefits from the comfort of your own home.

Unlike some of the other saunas on the market, our saunas give you ability to control the settings which range from near infrared light to mid infrared light all the way to far infrared light. Each setting provides you with a different set of healing properties, so you can adjust it according to your needs. Sore muscles? Try near infrared for pain relief. Are you attempting to lose weight? Set your sauna to the mid infrared light which will assist you in burning fat. Want a good way to detoxify your entire body? Have a session at the far infrared setting. With a sauna, you’re in complete control.

Our saunas can support a change in lifestyle that leads you back on the road to health, or boost your already healthy day to day administrations. If you already eat a healthy diet, keep hydrated, stay active and get enough hours of uninterrupted sleep, a sauna in your home can be yet another pillar to keep you in shape from the inside out.

Besides helping your body to sweat out toxins, our saunas can alleviate pain you might be experiencing from a variety of conditions or disease. Those suffering from arthritis and fibromyalgia noted a significant change in the use of their joints and muscles with regular use of their sauna. Those who use their sauna two to three times per week have noted a significant decrease in heart related issues. This could be because the heat from the sauna increases your heart rate regularly, dilates your blood vessels (allowing for better blood circulation) and can help to relax the muscle lining around your blood vessels.

So there’s help with weight loss, a reduced rate of heart disease, pain relief, and a great detoxification process. As if that weren’t enough, the use of our saunas can also help you to relax and regroup after a busy day. Think about it; you get home after another exhausting whirlwind of meetings, clients or hard labour, and all you want to do is sink into the floor. Your sauna welcomes you with the warm embrace of a hug and allows you to do nothing more than sit and meditate your way back into a more relaxed and calmer state. Studies have shown that those who use saunas as part of their mental health program show an increased rate of success over those who used alternate treatments. The sauna is made with all of your comforts in mind so nothing will interrupt your Zen. It’s the perfect place to meditate, the most calming way to improve your health and well being, and it’s a space you’ll go back to time and time again.

Thank you to Katie Mills who wrote this article. Katie is a guest author from Vidalux and is a respected and expert voice in a plethora of health related subjects with over 10 years of writing under her belt.