Guidelines for infrared sauna

Why an infrared sauna?

The best way to cleanse your body

An infrared sauna is in the first place wonderfully relaxing. In addition, the heat also ensures that you cleanse your body in a healthy way, whereby all waste substances are excreted naturally through your sweat.

Strengthens immunity and stimulates heart and circulation

The infrared rays of our infrared cabin ensure that your blood circulation is stimulated. This in turn provides a stronger heart, better resistance, and a longer and healthier life. As has been known for a long time in the Scandinavian countries, regular use of an infrared cabin dramatically improves your standard of living.

Helps with rheumatism and back and joint pain

One of the most effective treatments for alleviating joint pain, muscles and tendons.

Burns calories without effort

The heat ensures the burning of calories: for those who want to lose weight without effort!

 

Some guidelines

1.  Preparation

 The first step in the process is: prepare yourself for the sauna therapy. Let the sauna heat up for at least 20 minutes. In the meantime, it is advisable to take a warm bath, which will improve your ability to sweat. You can also kill time by doing different stretching exercises to warm up your body.

2.  During an Infrared Therapy

Do not use alcohol before or during an infrared sauna. The purpose of an infrared sauna is solely to enjoy every minute of it. In addition, if you are taking a sauna, only go naked or dressed in swimwear or shorts, otherwise the heat may not have the intended effect on your body.

3.  After the Sauna

 After you have finished your sauna, do not immediately resume your normal routine. Your body needs time to adjust to the change in temperature and therefore you should not immediately go from a warm to a cold environment. Heat opens the pores of the skin and therefore you should take a tepid shower, but do not use soap or bath foam.

Finally: never forget to switch off your sauna.

The three essential steps described above must be sufficient to guide you through the use of an infrared sauna. Follow them carefully if you want to get the best out of your infrared sauna sessions.