26 Jun 2007
Far infrared saunas are quickly becoming a favorite of regular sauna believers. These new machines use complex technology to heat your body and not the air around you. It emits infrared waves that actually vibrate at the same frequency of your body allowing the waves to penetrate your body 1.5 - 3 inches deep and warm you from within. This warming will theoretically push the sweat and other toxins out of the body through the pores. Far infrared saunas work at a temperate almost 70 degrees less than their counterparts and are quickly taking over as the ultimate solution for detoxification, weight loss and much more.
The value of these waves should really be considered. There are many advocates in the world of hyperthermia, known as "fever therapy" that involves heating the body throughout. These advocates may have an argument because the body releases its own infrared waves, at the same frequency of these far infrared waves, in order to repair tissue and complete other processes. The benefits of far infrared saunas are said to include improved circulation, better production of endorphins, improvement of male sexual function and drive, weight loss, reduction of cellulite, detoxification of harmful toxins and even aid in fighting cancer.
Keep in mind that all these benefits of the sauna bather are offered at a temperature almost 70 degrees less than a normal sauna. This can create a more relaxing and soothing environment as the body doesn't feel like it is suffocating in the intense heat. Even with the tremendously lower temperature, the far infrared sauna will produce up to 3 times more sweat than a normal sauna with its penetrating power.
Infrared waves are a part of natural life. Almost every living thing emits these waves and now you can enjoy the benefits of absorbing them. Detoxify your body and awaken with a new energy for life and a healthier lifestyle. Enjoy the benefits of a far infrared sauna today! For Additional information on far infrared saunas visit: http://www.jdsorientalhealthsupply.com/sauna.html