Why Broad Spectrum Infrared
Broad spectrum infrared saunas are more effective than standard infrared units because they produce all three types of infrared wavelengths. Each wavelength produced by the sauna serves to foster a specific health benefit. Regular exposure to the near, mid and far infrared wavelengths maximizes health benefits and ultimately enables you to experience a life filled with the richness of a healthy, happy body.
Wound healing, cell health, and oxygenation of tissues.
Improves circulation, weight loss, and pain relief.
Support detoxification and blood pressure balance.
Life Changing Benefits
Rejuvenate Body, Mind and Spirit
Optimize your body’s purification process by releasing harmful toxic pollutants responsible for illness and disrupting the body’s natural vitality. Release and let go of toxic build-up as you purify the body through passive engagement of the largest organ of the human body: the skin.
Watch as burdens and stress fall away from you with every drop of sweat. Stress is the leading cause of illness; as the mind relaxes with the infrared sauna so too does the body. Giving yourself time for intentional relaxation will create a host of health benefits and allow the body to live free of disease and illness.
Achieve your ideal weight as you effortlessly shed excess fat from the body. As your sauna actively elevates the body’s internal temperature, the regulating network of your body will attempt to lower its core temperature; this process of seeking perfect homeostasis will burn calories likened to that of an intensive cardiovascular work-out.
Truly Amazing Infrared Healing Devices
- Near, Mid, Far Infrared
- Minimal Energy Usage
- Low EMF Emissions
Dr. Patrick Speaks on the Amazing Benefits of Regular Sauna Use
Dr. Rhonda Patrick has a Ph.D. in biomedical science from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis TN and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis TN. She also has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in biochemistry/chemistry from the University of California, San Diego. She has done extensive research on aging, cancer, and nutrition.