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Infrared sauna

Infrared sauna

The most modern kind of sauna is the infrared sauna emitters. Though the principle of the emitters and is far from the traditional electric, wood or gas stoves, but their effectiveness and convenience has won many admirers around the world.

The heating in the infrared sauna provides infrared surges that heat not the air around but the human body. Moreover, the body warms up to 4 centimeters deep (in the usual sauna - 5 mm.). Accordingly, and sweating under such direct heating is stronger in two or three times.

The greatest advantage of the infrared sauna - is a low temperature in the room with radiator, that allow people to be present it with a contraindication to attend a traditional bath or sauna.

By the way, you can go to such sauna every day.

One of the most sought-after qualities of an infrared sauna is its ability to effectively fight against excess weight and cellulite. During one session such sauna on the processes of the body spends pumping blood and sweat up to two thousand calories. For comparison, an hour to run the marathon man spends only 1100 calories.

As for the fight against cellulite, the depth of heating of the skin in the infrared sauna makes it much more effective than the traditional Russian bath or Finnish sauna.

Infrared sauna is very useful for athletes. This is due to the fact that during a visit to the infrared sauna in the blood increases the number of red blood cells, as well as increased levels of hemoglobin. Accordingly, there is abruptly improved the supply of oxygen to body tissues and is activated toxins and lactic acid. Many of the football teams of European countries, as well as martial arts schools in Asia use the healing properties of infrared saunas in the preparation of their students.

Currently on the market are well represented homemade versions of infrared saunas, which are easily installed in apartments and work from ordinary electrical outlet of 220 volts.

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