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Do infrared saunas actually do anything?

Do infrared saunas actually do anything?

Key Takeaways. Infrared saunas use a (safe) kind of radiation to create heat instead of steam or hot air. Infrared sauna won’t help you lose weight, “detox” your body, or prevent disease. Infrared sauna may help reduce joint pain and stiffness, improve mood, reduce oxidative stress, and support cardiovascular health.

Where are infrared saunas made?

the USA
Quality is important to us, which is why our saunas are handcrafted in the USA. We are one of the only infrared sauna manufacturers in the United States that do not import our saunas from international suppliers. Our manufacturing plant is located in Dewitt, Iowa.

Where can I build a custom infrared sauna?

• The first place to start is to find out where you want your new custom sauna to go. Technically you can use just about any space to design and fit your infrared sauna into. However, my suggestion for your sauna would be an extra bathroom, an unused laundry room or walk in closet.

Who is the inventor of therasauna infrared sauna?

TheraSauna® was pioneered by QCA Spas, which has been recognized as one of the oldest spa companies in America. QCA Spas has been an innovator of patented spa therapy to relieve pain and stiffness and promote healthier lifestyles. Those same philosophies are incorporated into our TheraSauna® Infrared Health Saunas.

What kind of heat does Nordic sauna use?

As an alternative to traditional saunas, infrared heated saunas provide a great therapeutic value. At Nordic Sauna we incorporate infrared in multiple applications throughout our product lines; infrared modular saunas, custom infrared sauna kits, infrared and traditional combination saunas, natural infrared emitters (non-electric).

What kind of heater does an infrared sauna use?

All infrared saunas use either ceramic, carbon or halogen heaters to produce infrared light to create a deep sweat. The effects of each of the heaters are vastly different, and you’ll eventually have to make a choice which is best for you.