Celebration Saunas’ Ultra-Low EMF saunas emit far infrared light at 9.4 microns, the resonant frequency of the human body, which penetrates deep into the subcutaneous layer of skin to aid in the elimination of harmful substances that can be expressed through sweating. Far-infrared sauna is becoming increasingly popular due to the many health benefits that it offers.
Do infrared saunas work?
Yes, infrared saunas do work. They offer a variety of health benefits, including pain relief, improved circulation, detoxification, and immunity boosting. If you are looking for a new way to improve your health, then an infrared sauna may be right for you.
- Pain relief -One of the main benefits of using an infrared sauna is that it can help to relieve pain. The heat generated by the infrared sauna can penetrate deep into the muscles and tissues, helping to reduce inflammation and pain. Pain relief and subsequent improved restful sleep are the first noticeable and reported benefits after the first session.
- Improved Circulation – Another great benefit of infrared saunas is that they can help improve circulation. The heat generated by the infrared rays helps to dilate the blood vessels, which in turn helps to improve circulation delivering nutrient-rich, oxygen-rich blood flow to areas that may not get as much due to a sedentary lifestyle or injury, or chronic condition. This improved circulation can lead to increased energy levels and an overall feeling of well-being.
- Skin health- The use of infrared saunas can also improve skin health by increasing collagen and elastin production and promoting cell regeneration. The heat generated by infrared saunas can also help to open pores and remove impurities from the skin. (like taking a bath from the inside out.)
The Science Behind Infrared Saunas
Infrared light is a type of electromagnetic radiation that falls within the wavelength range of 700 nm to 1 mm. This range is just beyond visible light on the electromagnetic spectrum. Infrared light has the ability to penetrate the body, providing deep tissue penetration without causing any damage, (think deep tissue massage without the pressure). Far infrared light activates the mitochondria, the powerhouse of our cells, and helps to maximize energy output called ATP. ATP is the energy cells use to bring themselves to a level of homeostasis. Excess ATP in each cell is transferred to the cells next to it for improved intercellular communication. This cell-to-cell vibration effect is how we eliminate toxins from the deeper protected parts of the body.
When infrared light penetrates the skin, it increases the temperature of the tissues and causes them to emit infrared radiation. This process is known as “resonance absorption.” The body then absorbs this infrared radiation, which leads to an increase in core temperature. The human body has its highest absorption rate with a far infrared wavelength of 9.4 microns known as biophotons.
If you’re looking to improve your overall wellbeing, infrared saunas can be a great addition to your routine. Give infrared saunas a try and see how they can help you reach your health goals! Because you’re worth it!