Infrared Treatments Keep You Beautiful and Healthy

Infrared or Far Infrared sauna therapy is a wonderful beautiful treatment that also takes care of all aches and pains in the body.  Conventional saunas may be electric or wood fired and usually includes rocks, which may have water thrown on them to create steam.


Far infrared saunas use ceramic or metallic elements for heating that mainly emit in the far infrared range. The red light emitted in might also assist the eliminative organs. Infrared waves are not visible to human eyes but can be seen by special instruments that translate infrared into colors that are visible to our eyes. Eighty percent of the sun’s healing rays are infrared rays.


A far infrared sauna works by to duplicate the healthy frequencies of our own cells.  The tissues are purported to selectively absorb these rays as the water in the cell reacts in a process called “resonant absorption”.   This type absorption occurs when the frequency of the far infrared matches the frequency of the water in the human cell.  This causes toxins from the cells to be put out into the blood stream and excreted in sweat, feces, and urine in the usual process of detoxification.

Far infrared light is far more penetrating then other kinds. It is claimed to penetrate the body’s tissues to a depth of 1.5 to three inches.


Due to the s deep penetration of infrared rays into the body, a heating effect is observed deep in the muscular tissues and even into the internal organs.

This “deep heating,” along with sweating, is thought to be responsible for the healing effects and the other health benefits associated with these infrared rays. The deep heat stimulates the body to release fat-soluble toxins, heavy metals, and other toxic chemicals in sweat through the sweat pores and is said to be more effective than exercise.


Yet another benefit is its effect on the immune system. A typical sauna session will causes the body to experience a brief fever with the body temperature rising between one and three degrees.


So how often should you sit in a far infrared sauna in order to experience the benefits? Start with twenty minutes per day and gradually increase.  After a few weeks, may increase to 30-40 minutes up to twice per day.  If you suffer from serious medical problems be cautious and only stay in five or ten minutes (or as your physician recommends.


The best time for a far infrared sauna session is first thing when you get up or first thing after you got to bed.  You should rest for about fifteen minutes after every infrared sauna session.