Far Infrared Sauna
We love our infrared Sauna, which can seat up to two (closely acquainted) people at once. Enjoy a nice private shower with Miracle II afterwards to wash off everything you have excreted into the sweat and enjoy your day. Besides being an enjoyable and healthy way to detox, IRS has found use in the medical world as well.
Far infrared sauna also called infrared therapy or Waon therapy uses infrared heaters to emit infrared light experienced as radiant heat which is absorbed by the surface of the skin. Saunas heat the body primarily by conduction and convection from the heated air and by radiation of the heated surfaces in the sauna room. Because of this, infrared therapy is not considered a sauna by Finnish sauna societies. Infrared saunas heat the body deeply as opposed to heating the air around the body, so most people find the sauna comfortable enough to spend an hour in there sweating.
A 2018 meta-analysis of nine clinical trials found that five weekly sessions of infrared sauna for 2 to 4 weeks, was associated with a significant reduction in brain natriuretic peptide (BNP — a marker of heart failure progression) and cardiothoracic ratio (an indicator of heart enlargement), and improved left‐ventricular ejection fraction, but no significant effect on left‐ventricular end‐diastolic diameter, left atrial diameter, systolic blood pressure, or diastolic blood pressure.
Waon (Japanese: "soothing warmth") therapy is a form of IR sauna developed in Japan, used for patients with chronic heart failure and other conditions.] Waon therapy has been reported to improve many indicators of heart function, including cardiac output, stroke volume, ejection fraction, while also having benefits in vascular function including decreased vascular resistance and blood pressure. In a 5-year open-label trial, patients receiving Waon therapy in addition to usual care experienced a decrease in cardiac death and rehospitalization after cardiac events compared to patients receiving usual care alone.
Some infrared therapy proponents claim that the IR is an effective method for considerably raising the rate of energy expenditure in the body. Proponents typically quote the Journal of the American Medical Association stating: "A moderately conditioned person can easily sweat off 500 grams in an infrared room, consuming nearly 300 kcal, which is equivalent to running 2–3 miles. A heat-conditioned person can easily sweat off 600–800 kcal with no adverse effects. While the weight of the water loss can be regained by drinking water, the calories consumed will not be."
Infrared sauna is meant to be used often, and we make this service affordable for everyone at only $20 per hour