Don’t already have an infrared sauna room in your home? You don’t know what you’re missing.
Even Dr. Oz brought one to Oprah’s stage to rave about the benefits. That could certainly explain why this sauna is becoming the hot new trend in the wellness industry and even with professional health care providers. There are posh spas and retreat centers that boast having these, and even Dr. Sherry Rogers swears by their importance in her book, "Detoxify or Die."
Things to Know
Unlike a conventional steam sauna, an infrared sauna produces heat by a completely different method. But we won’t go into all of that here. That’s another article entirely, and we have plenty of articles for you to read about the nitty-gritty details and specifics. We will get to what you really want to read about here.
There are a few quick benefits of the infrared sauna that you should know about, in case you aren’t already familiar with them. Infrared saunas help with increasing energy and improving circulation. They have been a popular tool in detoxification and purification plans as well as useful for weight loss plans. Improved cardiovascular health and immune system functionality are other bonuses of using an infrared sauna.
Infrared saunas have also been used to alleviate certain types of pain and ease the suffering in Fibromyalgia patients. Some have successfully used the saunas for wound or injury healing. There have also been reports of infrared saunas helping with certain skin conditions like acne. The use of an infrared sauna can also be instrumental in just reducing stress and providing relaxation. That alone is worth having an infrared sauna room for.
What you will want to know about is all the goodness that will make you want your own infrared sauna room. The therapeutic benefits no longer have to be just the privilege of health spas and professional health care providers. Having an infrared sauna room means that the luxuries and health benefits of this sauna is now within everyone’s reach.
Your Infrared Sauna Room
After you realize and understand all the benefits an infrared sauna can provide you with, you will be trying to decide where to incorporate one in your home. It isn’t as difficult as you may think. We all have some freed up room in our homes that we may not even think about doing anything with. You know that guest room that never gets used or the space you meant to make into an office but end up working on the patio anyway.
You may even have a room that is freed up since your child left for college. You have certainly earned the opportunity to transform this space into a relaxation room. A sofa or daybed and a yoga mat are all you need for a meditation room. Add an infrared sauna cabin and you’ve got a spa. Just plug them into a power supply. The best place to put one is in a room beside the bathroom. If you just can’t find the space to sacrifice or live in a small home an outdoor location is also an option, especially if you have a pool or a tranquil garden to add to the relaxation factor.
Infrared saunas come in a variety of options. They come in a large variety of looks and formats. Sauna cabins are available in DIY format and are easy to set up. You can get them built or do it yourself. The DIY alternatives include a precut kit or a prebuilt kit, depending on the level of assembly you would like to do yourself, as well as how much money you would like to save.
They come available in different sizes, depending on whether you would like to enjoy the space by yourself or with someone. There are also options for the wood and finish to create different looks to match your home, or your personality. It can also depend on how much glass you would like. They even make some to fit nicely in a corner making that in home relaxation and meditation Zen room much more possible.
The thing is, having your own infrared sauna room is possible, and probably much more so than you thought. You can get so many benefits from having your own personal sauna at home. Why should these only be available through health spas and professional health care providers? Why shouldn’t you be able to enjoy the therapeutic benefits on a regular basis and from the convenience of your own home?
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