Research has supported that regular sauna sessions help in the improvements in blood pressure, improved beating of the heart, and tolerance to exercise for people that have been diagnosed as suffering from congestive heart failure.
Repeated use of sauna has been shown to help in the reduction of risk of heart disease. Though the mechanism has not been fully understood, the heat of sauna baths has been shown to have an effect in improving impaired vessels.
One of the reasons why infrared saunas are said to be better than conventional saunas is that they are able to heat about three times deeper, heating the deep tissues of the body and releasing heavy metals, helping the body to sweat more in the process.
If you are going to use saunas, then choose the best kind of sauna with the greatest potentials for health benefits. Infrared saunas are known to be better than conventional saunas, are more tolerated and induce about two to three times more sweating with associated health benefits.
Why saunas work
The reason saunas work is easy, they help the body to do what it is designed to do, but only at a faster rate. The heat stimulates greater sweat production, increasing the volume of wastes removed from the body, stimulates the production of antibodies to boost the immune system, relaxes the muscles and reduces blood pressure.
Why are far infrared waves used in saunas?
Far infrared waves are naturally occurring waves in normal sunlight. They are invisible and are harmless. When employed in saunas by use of infrared emitters that may be special bulbs or other suitable material, they produce a direct heat that warms the surface of the body directly activating quicker and more concentrated sweat. They do not heat the surrounding air as in traditional saunas, and are preferred by people that can’t support traditional saunas.
A few good reasons why many people choose infrared saunas for home use