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Buying Guide - How to Choose the Right Sauna
Saunas have been around for thousands of years, but infrared saunas are a relatively new invention. The original infrared saunas were developed in the 1960s as an energy-efficient method to heat a sauna. A traditional sauna, which is sometimes called a Finnish sauna, uses a regular heat source, such as a stove or fire, to heat rocks to a very high temperature. These rocks, in turn, heat the sauna itself, usually to around 180 to 195 degrees Fahrenheit. This becomes unbearably hot and causes you to only sweat at the surface of the tissue. In a traditional sauna the average person only sweats out 3% toxins and 97% water. The new technology of Far Infrared Saunas sweats out 20% toxins and only 80% water.
An infrared sauna is a sauna that uses an infrared heating light rather than a traditional heat source in order to raise the sauna's temperature to its desired level. Fortunately for sauna and steam room lovers, modern infrared saunas can be installed within the average home or backyard for a reasonable price.
Understanding Infrared Technology
Infrared is a part of the spectrum of light emanated by the sun and accounts for nearly half of the heat that warms the surface of the Earth. Unlike ultraviolet light rays, infrared light is completely safe for humans and animals. Infrared is not only safe, but it is even used by hospitals and veterinarians to help keep premature babies or newborn animals warm.
Differences Between Traditional Saunas and Infrared Saunas
In a traditional sauna, the hot rocks heat the air itself, and the hot air is what heats the bodies of the sauna's occupants. In an infrared sauna, the infrared light heats the body directly; the air is heated only as a side-effect. This difference is important in understanding how the experience of an infrared sauna is not the same as experiencing a traditional sauna.
For starters, an infrared sauna does not take as long to heat up and does not reach the same temperature as a traditional sauna. A traditional sauna takes 20 to 35 minutes to heat and reaches a maximum temperature of 195 degrees. An infrared sauna heats up in about half the time but only reaches temperatures of 120 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature difference means that users of infrared saunas do not perspire to the same degree or feel as hot as they would inside a traditional sauna.
Individuals who are accustomed to the high heat of a traditional sauna may find the infrared sauna to feel almost cool by comparison. People who like infrared saunas, however, state that infrared saunas produce heat that is far more gentle than the heat produced by a traditional sauna.
Another difference between the two types of saunas is operating expense. Because traditional saunas reach higher temperatures with traditional heat sources, they also tend to be somewhat more expensive to operate. The average infrared sauna costs 5 to 10 cents per minute to operate while the average traditional sauna costs 40 to 50 cents per minute to operate.
Far-Infrared Saunas and Near Infrared Saunas
In the process of learning about infrared saunas, shoppers may come across the term "FIR," or far-infrared rays. Most models of infrared saunas are FIR saunas. However, there are also manufacturers of near infrared saunas who claim that their saunas are superior.
Infrared light ranges from short-wavelength light, which is on the edge of the visible light spectrum, to long-wavelength light, which is completely invisible to the human eye. Short-wavelength infrared is known as "near" infrared. Long-wavelength infrared is called "far" infrared.
Both FIR saunas and near infrared saunas have their proponents and detractors. From the point of view of the sauna experience, the primary difference is that near infrared saunas do not become as hot.
Infrared as a Heating Mechanism
When it comes to providing heat for a sauna, the infrared heat is generated by a particular heating element. There are several factors to consider when it comes to choosing the most efficient and cost-effective heating element. Here's what the infrared sauna shopper should know:
Ceramic Infrared Heaters:
These heating elements work by heating a ceramic rod or panel. That ceramic material then emits the infrared heat that warms the sauna. Ceramic infrared heaters are long-lasting and create a large quantity of infrared heat.
Carbon Fiber Infrared Heaters:
These heating elements are made from carbon fiber panels or rods. One advantage of carbon fiber heaters is that they distribute heat more evenly than a ceramic heater, albeit at a lower overall temperature.
Rods Versus Sheets:
Infrared heaters are rated by their emissivity, or ability to produce low, middle, and far infrared rays in relation to the amount of energy they use. The heaters with the highest emissivity ratings produce the best infrared heat.
Currently, heating elements are designed either as rods or as sheets/panels. Panels typically have a higher emissivity rating than rods. The highest-ranked heaters are ceramic trough-style panels, which are ranked with an emissivity rating as high as 96 percent. Sand-filled ceramic tubes also have a high emissivity rating, hovering around 90 percent, but some sauna owners warn that poorly manufactured tubes can break down after just a few years of use. The lowest-rated elements are carbon sheets, ranked only at 5 to 10 percent emissivity.
Wavelength of the Infrared Light:
Low surface temperatures of the heating element lead to a longer wave; longer waves make for better saunas. Some manufacturers use infrared wavelength as a selling point for their saunas. Unfortunately, there are many deceptive claims about wavelengths made by manufacturers. For example, a claim that a peak wavelength reached by the sauna is 9.7 microns would mean that the surface temperature of the heating element is barely higher than the temperature of the human body. Given that super-heated ceramic or carbon fiber is much hotter than the temperature of the human body, buyers should be suspicious of manufacturers making such claims. A reasonably high wavelength would be around 6.85 microns.
Wood Used for Infrared Saunas
Besides the heating element, another important consideration when choosing an infrared sauna is the type of wood used in the construction of the sauna. Traditionally, saunas have been built with cedar wood or a similar high-quality wood. Cedar produces a natural oil that protects it from both insects and deterioration.
Not all cedar wood is the same. Many sauna builders claim that they will only use Western Canadian Cedar, stating that this variety is the highest quality of cedar wood available. Sauna lovers who are concerned about the environment might also like to check if the cedar wood used in the sauna that they purchase has been harvested in a sustainable manner. Some sauna sellers tout their "green cedar," referring not to the color or age of the cedar wood but to its sustainable harvest.
Today, it's possible to get infrared saunas made from materials other than cedar such as hemlock and white aspen.
Toxins in Inexpensive Saunas
Another concern bargain hunters should keep in mind is the potential for toxins to be released when the glues used in the saunas are heated to high temperatures. When these glues become super-heated, they can emit foul, potentially harmful fumes. For these reasons, it is wise to invest a little bit more money to buy an infrared sauna constructed from cedar wood from a reputable dealer than an especially inexpensive sauna from a less experienced sauna maker.
Infrared saunas are a great way to improve health by using the dry heat to detoxify, de-stress, lose weight and reduce arthritic aches, pains and high blood pressure.
Visiting the sauna at the gym is a great way to enjoy all these health benefits, but owning a personal sauna at home is even more convenient.
Foshan City L&R Health Technology Sauna
Attn: Shunjing Road Songxia Industrial Zong Songgang Nanhai Foshan City,Guangdong China.
Infrared Sauna Health Benefits
A quick overview of the benefits infrared sauna therapy offer are:
Clearer & more radiant skin
Relax & De-stress
Muscle Development & Toning
It is important to understand that saunas can remove many of the agents that cause disease. In particular, conventional medicine often overlooks the effects of toxic chemicals and heavy metals on one's health. Genetics is emphasized, but there is little mention that nutritional deficiencies and toxic agents cause genetic defects. The following sections describe toxins the sauna can help remove in more detail. Much of this section is excerpted from Dr. Lawrence Wilson's excellent book Sauna Therapy.
Detoxification of the Body from Industrial Chemicals
Although the human body is known to be accommodating, ecological alterations are now occurring at a faster rate than our bodies are able to adapt. We are now faced with a situation where inadequacies or uncertainties centering around the manufacturing, use, storage, and disposal of toxic chemicals have resulted in an overwhelming number of environmentally induced illnesses. These illnesses include cancers of almost every organ system of the body, liver disease, pulmonary damage, nervous system disease, immune system damage, reproductive and fertility impairment, and kidney dysfunction.
Scientific evidence shows that thousands of drugs, food additives, pesticides, and other pollutants remain stored in the body long after exposure. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, everyone has 700 chemicals on average in our bodies, while babies have 70 on average. When toxins are not excreted from our body, they accumulate in our tissues and do ongoing damage. It's one of our body's defense mechanisms to keep toxins away from the vital organs. The heat stress of a sauna is an effective method of removing toxins from the body.
Many harm the body, though the effects are often subtle. They accumulate in the water and air, so no location remains unaffected. Many degrade slowly so their effects are cumulative. Avoiding exposure is all but impossible. According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), toxic chemicals are the worst environmental problem in the nation, responsible for up to 80% of cancer deaths.
One class of chemicals, pesticides and herbicides, are among the most toxic substances known to mankind. Several billion pounds are sprayed each year directly on our crops. Besides eating and wearing the residues, they contaminate the air and water supplies for hundreds of years.
Two very problematic chemicals prevalent in our environment today are fluoride and chlorine, which are added to municipal drinking water.
Fluoride contributes to brown staining of the teeth, weakened bones, hip fractures, hypothyroidism, mental impairment, birth defects and cancer. Fluoride compounds are found in pesticides, air pollution, toothpastes, and are added to many water supplies. Foods processed with water including baby foods and juices often contain too much fluoride. Large, worldwide studies show little or no benefit of fluoride for tooth decay, contrary to many news reports. Only the United States, Australia and Great Britain continue to add toxic fluoride compounds to drinking water.
Chlorine toxicity is associated with fatigue, heart disease, thyroid, cancer and renal problems. Chlorine is required in the body, and found in salt and other foods. Many chlorinated compounds, however, are highly toxic. These include chlorinated tap water, chlorinated hydrocarbons used in pesticides and other chemicals, bathing in chlorinated water, pools and hot tubs, and the use of chlorine bleach and other chlorine-containing household products.
Testing for thousands of chemicals is costly when tests even exist, and medicine has little to offer to eliminate them from the body. The diseases they cause have become epidemics. Sauna therapy shines brightly as a simple, effective therapeutic modality to help eliminate chemical toxins from the body.
Flush Out Toxic Metals
According to the United States EPA, toxic metals are the second worst environmental problem. Pesticides may contain lead, copper, arsenic and other metals. Fifty million mercury amalgam fillings are still placed in America each year. Tons of it is dumped into the air from coal-burning power plants and paper-making. Aluminum compounds are routinely added to table salt and municipal drinking water supplies. Arsenic and lead used in pesticides and insecticides find their way into the water and food supplies. In my experience, everyone has excess toxic metals, whether or not they show up on any test.
Some toxic metals replace vital minerals in enzyme binding sites. However, they do not function as well. When they accumulate, they contribute to hundreds of physical and emotional health conditions.
Lead contributes to more than 100 conditions including neuromuscular and bone diseases, fractures, mental retardation, hyperactivity, anemia and others. Some historians believe the Roman Empire fell because lead water pipes slowly poisoned the people and decreased their strength and intelligence. Sources of lead include old paint, inks, pesticides, a few hair dyes, solder and other metal products. During sauna therapy, I have observed lead to have a sickly sweet odor as it is eliminated. Elimination of lead was confirmed with hair mineral testing.
Cadmium contributes to high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, fatigue, arthritis, violence, infections, back pain and other conditions. Common sources are cigarette or marijuana smoke, refined foods and tap water. One may feel tired for a few days if one eliminates a lot of cadmium at one time.
Mercury toxicity is present in almost everyone today. Mercury is found in silver amalgam dental fillings, tuna and swordfish, contact lens solution, vaccines and various other products. Mercury may contribute to hypothyroidism, an impaired immune system, digestive problems such as yeast infections, emotional difficulties, learning disabilities, ADHD and many other conditions. Mercury elimination, if heavy, may be accompanied by a fishy odor during a sauna session.
Aluminum is associated with memory impairment and Alzheimer's disease. Aluminum is widely used in beverage cans, aluminum foils, antiperspirants,antiacids, and aluminum cookware. Peppermint, spearmint and wintergreen are naturally high in aluminum.
Arsenic contributes to liver and kidney damage, weakness, diarrhea, muscle spasms, headaches and other symptoms. Sources include pesticides, beer, tap water, table salt, paints and other chemical products.
Physiological minerals may also become toxic. For example, hexavalent chromium is toxic while trivalent chromium is not. Vital minerals can also become toxic if they are unusable by the body. Calcium is needed in the bones. When it accumulates in the arteries, joints, kidneys or elsewhere it becomes toxic. A similar situation occurs with iron, manganese, chromium, copper, selenium and other vital minerals, contributing to many health conditions. Of these, the most commonly seen are copper, iron and manganese toxicity. They will often be revealed on a hair mineral test at some point if one pursues a corrective nutrition and sauna therapy program. All three of these minerals help support weak adrenal glands.
Copper is high in vegetarian proteins and associated with zinc deficiency and adrenal exhaustion, both very common conditions. Copper imbalance contributes to emotional conditions, skin problems, joint pain, cancer, migraine headaches and premenstrual tension. The symptoms of copper toxicity are identical to the symptoms of premenstrual tension. Copper elimination in a sauna may be accompanied by a rotten egg odor. This is probably sulfur that is bound to copper to protect the body from the worst effects of excess copper.
Manganese is found in unleaded gasoline and foods such as tea. Both copper and manganese are needed in the body. However, the body may convert manganese into a toxic, oxidized form (MnO6) that helps support weak adrenal glands. This manganese is not usable and must be eliminated. Manganese elimination in a sauna may cause a slightly metallic odor.
Iron toxicity is also very common, although often not revealed on standard tests. Iron is added to all white flour products such as breads, crackers, pasta and pastry. Vitamin and mineral supplements often contain a lot of iron. Iron can accumulate to help support weak adrenal glands. It is stored in the liver and other organs and may contribute to heart disease, cancer, emotional difficulties and other health problems.
Sauna therapy is excellent to remove excess minerals, whether they are toxic metals or unusable or excess physiological minerals.
Why not burn some fat while you detox? Saunas can burn 100-200 calories per hour depending on your metabolism. That's the equivalent of 10-20 minutes on the stairmaster or running 1-2 miles. I'll take the extra workout while sitting on my bum, thank you! Your body burns these calories trying to maintain your body's core temperature. Our body does this by increasing peripheral blood flow and by sweating. Infrared sauna sessions can also help rid your body of cellulite, which is a gel like substance made up of fat cells, water and toxins. Feel those extra pounds melt away.
Scientists today are finding more and more evidence that chemicals in our bodies lead to heavier people in various ways. "There are between fifteen and twenty chemicals that have been shown to cause weight gain," says an obesity researcher at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. And many of these chemicals, the average person already have in their blood. Some of the chemicals increase the number of fat cells you have, so you have more cells to store fat in. Others increase the size of your fat cells and make them larger so they can store more fat per cell. The only way to get rid of these chemicals, like phthalates, is an Infrared Sauna.
Heal Chronic Infections Faster
Infection plays a role in more conditions than previously thought, from artery disease and ulcers to arthritis and colitis. Many bacteria and fungi produce endo-and exotoxins that cause both local and systemic disease. More and more of them are resistant to drug therapy. Bodies weakened by toxic chemicals and heavy metals are more subject to attack by infections.
Many infections are chronic, causing nagging complaints that never go away. This occurs especially in parts of the body with poor circulation such as the joints, ears and sinuses. Heating the body is a natural mechanism the body uses to fight infections. Sauna therapy not only heats, but powerfully improves circulation to help fight both acute and chronic infections.
Given the human body's effectiveness in fighting disease by inducing a fever, why not induce your own fever with an infrared sauna? Get your heat therapy as soon as you start feeling sick. The temperature increase induces a faux fever, assisting the body in fighting upper respiratory infections, colds, and flu.
Get Rid of Harmful Radiation Exposure
An article in The Ecologist, April 2001 issue begins by stating "the (radiation) equivalent of a nuclear war has already happened". This may not be an exaggeration. The article carefully details that 1900 nuclear tests, accidents and nuclear waste dumping have exposed everyone on the planet to the equivalent of 1000 Hiroshima bombs.
The article reveals details of previously classified accidents including one in Greenland in 1968. A B-52 crashed at a secret nuclear base and its cargo of four nuclear bombs detonated, sending up a cloud of plutonium 25,000 feet into the air. According to US documents, 1250 nuclear weapons have been involved in accidents, a number of which "resulted in or created the potential for plutonium dispersal". The Soviet Union was notorious for its cavalier attitude about nuclear accidents. A 1991 film documents the poisoning of hundreds of thousands as a result of accidents at their first plutonium factory at Chelyabinsk in the Ural mountains.
Using the official 'radiation risk' estimates published in 1991 by the International Commission on Radiological Protection, planetwide contamination will cause 175 million cancer deaths and another 350 million non-fatal cancers. It will also cause another 235 million illnesses and 588 million children to be born with birth defects such as brain damage, mental disability, spina bifida and childhood cancers.
Depleted uranium, a waste product which every nation that has atomic weapons has in abundance, is another source of radiation exposure. To get rid of it, it is often made into ammunition that was used in the Gulf War, Bosnia and Kosovo. Leukemia rates have increased in these areas since its use.
Another hidden source of radiation are the fluoride compounds added to many municipal water supplies. Hydrofluosilicic acid, the source of most fluoride for water supplies, is a smokestack waste produce that contains radioactive particles and heavy metals along with fluoride.
Other sources are medical and dental x-rays, medical waste that may contain radioactive materials, CAT and other scans, smoke alarms and proximity to food irradiation facilities.
Radiation is carried on mineral particles. The minerals lodge in the cells where they disrupt DNA synthesis. This causes defective protein synthesis resulting in innumerable subtle metabolic dysfunctions. As the defective proteins replicate, the metabolic errors also multiply.
Electric light sauna therapy promotes rapid turnover of body cells. The deeply penetrating high heat kills damaged cells which are more heat-sensitive than normal cells. Eliminating the radiation-containing cells helps the body eliminate radioactive particles faster and prevents replication of these cells. Over a period of time, light sauna therapy can dramatically reduce the amount of mutated DNA and radioactive material in the body. One needs to continue sauna use on a maintenance basis because exposure to radiation continues throughout one's life.
Radiation and other toxins often affect the thyroid and adrenal glands resulting in a slow metabolic rate. This condition affects over 90% of adults and causes fatigue, impaired carbohydrate tolerance, food cravings, allergies, obesity, elevated cholesterol, learning disability, chronic infections and other conditions.
A low body temperature impairs sweating. This hinders elimination and interferes with tissue regeneration. Supporting sluggish thyroid and adrenal glands helps, but is often not enough. By heating the body, saunas activate and enhance many metabolic processes. This is most beneficial for those with sluggish metabolism.
Far infrared energy can penetrate over 1.5 inches (3.8 cm) deep into muscle tissue, while near infrared rays can penetrate roughly 3 inches (7.6 cm)! By heating these tissues, we experience increased blood flow which can be beneficial in reducing muscle spasms, joint stiffness and as well as general aches and pains due to conditions such as fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. There is also evidence that when used 24-48 hours post injury, infrared energy can reduce the time it takes for your body to heal sprains and strains.
Some researchers believe that infrared therapy can help stimulate the body's immune system by elevating body temperature. Many viruses, bacteria and tumor cells have poor tolerance to heat compared to normal healthy cells. A 30 minute infrared sauna session can cause a temporary 3° F increase in body temperature. This increase has been shown to stimulate white blood cells, assisting your body's immune system.
Metabolism slows as one grows older. Most older people exercise less. Sweating occurs less often, impairing elimination of toxins and increasing the risk of major diseases. Since sauna therapy helps reverse all these conditions, it is a prime anti-aging therapy.
Sauna therapy can be used by most people at any age, even by those in wheelchairs. Physicians familiar with it contend that it can be adapted for any condition with proper supervision. Simple yet powerful, it can usually be done right in the home.
Not surprisingly, sauna bathers most frequently cite stress reduction as the number one benefit of sauna use. Medical studies often determine that stress in our daily lives can negatively affect our health. In fact, the vast majority of disease (i.e. heart disease) is at least partially stress-related. Heat bathing in a sauna provides stress relief in a number of ways. It's a warm, quiet space without any distractions coming from the outside. As we like to say, "Step into a sauna, and close the door on the rest of the world." The heat from the sauna relaxes the body's muscles, improves circulation and stimulates the release of endorphins. These are the body's all-natural "feel good" chemical, and their release provides a truly wonderful "after sauna glow."
Better & More Restful Sleep
Research has shown that a deeper, more relaxed sleep can result from sauna use. In addition to the release of endorphins (see above), body temperatures, which become elevated in the late evening,fall at bedtime. This slow, relaxing decline in endorphins is key in facilitating sleep. Numerous sauna bathers worldwide recall the deep sleep experiences that they feel after bathing the the calming heat of a sauna.
Clearer & More Radiant Skin
Heat bathing is one of the oldest beauty and/or health strategies in terms of cleansing one's skin. When the body begins to produce sweat via deep sweating, the skin is then cleansed and dead skin cells are replaced - keeping your skin in good working condition.Sweating rinses bacteria out of the epidermal layer and sweat ducts. Cleansing of the pores has been shown to improve the capillary circulation, while giving the skin a softer-looking quality. Dr. Ben H Douglas, a professor at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and author of "Ageless: Living Younger Longer," attests that "Sweating is a way of energizing the skin almost the way exercising a muscle energizes it." He goes on to explain that, when you sweat, the rush of fluid to the skin "bathes skin cells with a liquid rich in nutrients," which "fills in the spaces around the cells" and even "plumps up" tiny wrinkles. He also mentions that the nutrients and minerals in sweat "are essential to maintaining the collagen structure of the skin." Bathing skin in sweat on a fairly regular basis, therefore deters collagen breakdown that can ultimately result in wrinkles and sags. By continually flushing body waste through individual cells, one eventually brings back vitality, tone and a healthy glow to the skin. Sauna usage is certainly not a cure for acne, but it can very often help - due to the deep cleansing it provides from a deep sweat (that is, cleaning the pores from the very inside out - instead of just cleaning the top of the skin).
Health Conditions Helped with Infrared Sauna Therapy
Infrared sauna therapy is being used all over the world to treat a wide array of diseases and conditions. There have been hundreds of clinical trials reporting success with the use of infrared sauna therapy for treatment for the following:
Acne (clears acne and blackheads).
Adhesions (common in competitive athletes, trauma, and repetitive stress syndromes).
Arthritis, gout, rheumatoid arthritis (relieved or improved).
Brain contusion (accelerated healing).
Cancer pain (greatly relieved pain in later stages).
Cardiovascular health (improved).
Carpel tunnel syndrome (positive results in 70% of patients).
Chronic middle-ear inflammation or infection.
Cirrhosis of the liver (reversed).
Compression fractures (pain eliminated or reduced).
Dandruff (increased blood flow through the scalp).
Disc-protrusion related neuralgia.
Duodenal ulcers (eliminated).
Ear, nose, and throat conditions.
Eczema and psoriasis (respond well).
Exercise recovery and muscle pain.
High blood pressure (reduced).
Keloid scars (significantly softened and, in some cases, completely gone).
Lacerations (healed quicker with less pain and scarring).
Leg ulcers (healed when previously static and resistant to other care).
Low-back pain (relieved).
Muscle spasms (reduced or eliminated).
Nose bleeding (reduced).
Post-surgical adhesions (reduced).
Scars and pain from burns or wounds (decreased in severity and extent).
Spinal chord shock (reversed post traumatic shock).
Tinnitus (chronic severe case cleared with 10 infrared treatments).