Carbon Infrared Sauna and its Advantages

Infrared sauna (סאונה) is the innovative way of getting healthy and long- lasting benefits of sauna, since it uses infrared radiation to safely and effectively work up a healthy sweat.

Carbon infrared sauna produces electromagnetic frequency which penetrates into the human body deeply which is basically due to the fact that it produces a carbon frequency and the human body is also made up of carbon content and the effect is marvelous.

In a carbon infrared sauna, the body is heated without warming the air between the person and the heat source and thus produces an even heating effect. An infrared sauna is better than other types, as either oxygen or nitrogen molecules do not affect it so that the radiation bypasses the air and works directly on the human body.

A carbon infrared sauna has a lower temperature and this helps people to stay in the sauna for a longer period of time, which is in contrast to traditional saunas (סאונה) where people may not feel comfortable after quite some time.

One more advantage of carbon infrared sauna is that since carbon is flexible, they do not break easily and are ideal for frequent transit. Carbon infrared sauna comes in a flat, wide shape and hence it has a very large surface area. This aspect is vital for a quality infrared sauna heating element.

Carbon infrared sauna panels heat up and offer simple, radiant heat and is far less expensive than other models, say ceramic. In a carbon infrared sauna (סאונה), the surface temperature is low and hence it is safer and sitting inches from an infra red heating element is perfectly safe and it is only warm to the touch and does not have the risk of getting burned.

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1 Response to Carbon Infrared Sauna and its Advantages

  1. Chico says:

    Reblogged this on R E D _ R O C K _ C R O S S I N G and commented:
    If you must have an indoor electric sauna…

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