DIMENSION: 1200 x 1050 x 1900 – up to 2 people
• Wood: Canadian hedgehog (Tsuga canadensis)
• Panel thickness: 40 mm
• touch screen,
• 8 mm tempered glass door with crystal handle and hinges,
• O2 ionizer,
• Bluetooth radio and speaker,
• Temperature sensor,
• Installation and maintenance instructions.
• Temperature range: 0-65 °
• Carbon board with 2700W full spectrum heaters
• The interior is covered with mosaic stone
• starry sky
Advantage of using the sauna:
• Better sleep
• Weight loss
• Relief of inflamed muscles
• relieving joint pain such as arthritis
• Clearer and firmer skin
• improved circulation
• Helping people with chronic fatigue syndrome
For centuries, people have used saunas for all types of medical conditions:
A small study 10 found that people with chronic fatigue syndrome benefited from using the infrared sauna as part of their overall treatment.
Another 10-person study found that infrared saunas help reduce muscle soreness and increase recovery from exercise.
Several studies have found that infrared saunas can lower blood pressure.
Tips for using saunas:
DRINK WATER: Drink a glass of water before use. You can also bring water to the sauna, especially if you are sensitive to higher heat.
CHOOSE THE APPROPRIATE TEMPERATURE: The average temperature for an infrared sauna ranges from 40 ° C to 65 °.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT TIME: Start with 10 to 15 minutes for those beginners. Each time you can extend the time until you reach the recommended time, that is 20 to 30 minutes.
CLOTHING: How you dress is your choice. Some will wear towels while others prefer to go naked. It is not advisable to go for a swimsuit.
While in the Sauna: Relax, read, meditate, listen to music, or chat with friends. Just don’t sleep!
AFTER THE SITTING: When the session is over, we recommend that you take some time to let the body cool down. When cooled, you can take a shower or smoke. Just be sure to drink plenty of water.
How often to use the sauna: three to four days a week. If you are healthy and tolerate these four days, you can use the sauna and daily.
What you need to know before you try
Chromotherapy, also called color therapy, is the use of color and light to achieve homeostasis.
RED: Brings warmth, energy and encouragement; therefore, it is a good color for energy, fatigue, colds, cold and passive people. It gives energy to the heart and scar and stimulates the senses.
YELLOW: Increases neuromuscular tone. It purifies blood, helps digestion and has a cleansing effect. It strongly encourages joy, brings a sense of security as well as a strong sense of well-being.
BLUE: It’s a cool, soothing color. It stimulates the parasympathetic system, lowers blood pressure and soothes breathing and heart. Helps treat sleep disorders and headaches
GREEN: is a cool, sedentary color that helps reduce swelling of joints and tissues; calms the nervous system of the body. It is the color of a relaxed heart.
LOVE: It promotes awareness and conscience. Increases the effect of drugs. It promotes the proper functioning of the lymphatic system and is very useful in menopause. It is a color for neutralizing emotional wounds and spiritual growth.
TIRKIZNA: Increases intuition and sensitivity. He is mentally relaxed and confronted with embodied psychological barriers. It acts as a tonic and can help regulate imbalances in the lung and colon system. Turquoise encourages spiritual growth.
Canadian hen (Tsuga canadensis):
High wood density, good texture, resistance to deformation and deterioration.
TYPES OF HEATERS:
Carbon fiber heaters
Advantages of carbon (carbon) heaters over conventional ceramic heaters:
Even heat distribution:
Carbon fiber heaters are composed of thin carbon sheets and have a uniform heat distribution, eliminating hot spots that typically occur in ceramic heaters.
The surface temperatures of carbon heaters are much lower than ceramic heaters, making them safer and allowing the user to use the sauna longer.
Carbon fiber heaters heat a larger area of the sauna than ceramic heaters, so there is no so. cold spots in saunas.
Carbon heaters emit rays that are closer to deep infrared radiation, which is very beneficial for health and healing.
Carbon fiber heaters penetrate deeper into skin tissue.
They are more energy efficient
Ceramic heaters have a warm surface as opposed to carbon fiber heaters that have lower surface temperatures.
FULL SPECTRA HEATERS:
Infrared rays that most resemble natural light because it emits a full spectrum of waves.
FIR (far infrared red)
FAR is the longest wavelength (100 µm) that reaches deepest into the body where toxins are retained.
By increasing body temperature, FAR stimulates sweat glands, resulting in deep, detox sweat that leaves you revived. In addition, sweating increases heart rate and metabolism, thereby consuming more calories.
MIR (medium infrared)
Middle infrared (MIR) is a wavelength that can penetrate deeper into the soft tissue of the body where inflammation occurs. MIR helps dilate blood vessels and increase blood flow so that more oxygen can reach the damaged parts of the body. This reduces pain and speeds up the healing process.
NIR (near infrared)
(NIR) is the shortest infrared wavelength and penetrates the skin surface more effectively than the other two. Scientific research shows that NIR, when delivered at a vital wavelength of 880nm without extreme heat or light, promotes skin renewal, cell health, wound healing and tissue growth.
Full spectrum heaters have the added benefit of not having to preheat.
The use of the sauna can be significantly shorter compared to ceramic heaters thanks to the high intensity of Full Spectrum technology. As a rule, full spectrum heaters are used for medical and therapeutic treatment, while FIR heaters are used for relaxation.
|THERAPEUTIC ADVANTAGES OF INFRARED FREQUENCIES
|Lowering blood pressure
WARRANTY: 2 years
Carbon heater life expectancy up to 20,000 operating hours
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