Steam & Infrared sauna
The Scandinavian word "sauna" refers to a very healthy form of heat therapy. The traditional sauna uses water and hot stones/wood, whereas the movable steam & infrared sauna works without water. The infrared light raises the body temperature in order to relax and detoxify your body. The steam & infrared sauna helps as well to strengthen the immune system. You may use it wherever you want at home, even in front of the television.
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If the temperatures outside are cold and uncomfortable, it is a good idea to have some peace and relaxation in a warm place. Sweating is healthy - the Finns knew that centuries ago. Warmth is soothing for the body as well as for the mind, you feel refreshed and refreshed after a visit to the sauna.
However, it does not necessarily have to be a classic sauna: In recent years, infrared cabins, which are also referred to as heat cabins or mobile sauna, have become increasingly popular. We will introduce you to the benefits of this and why it is worth buying.
Sweating in the infrared sauna - why is it so healthy?
Those who want to take a short break in the Saunakabine or in the Infrarotsauna sometimes benefit from this in several ways. On the one hand, the immune system is sustainably strengthened, on the other hand, the heat often helps in a disease to recover more quickly. This is because the body strengthens its defenses more and more by the temperature change. The prerequisite for this is, however, that sessions take place in the infrared cabin on a regular basis. In this way, the body becomes more resistant to viruses over time and can thus better protect against infections.
On the other hand, a regular visit to the sauna or mobile sauna has a very positive effect on our cardiovascular system, on our blood pressure and on our metabolism. The body not only removes sweat, but also other toxins - so-called slags - from the skin and is thus purified, so to speak, from the inside.
And, of course, a visit to the mobile sauna is wonderfully enjoyable after a stressful day at work or a day in the snow: the pleasant warmth relaxes the muscles, soothes and helps to leave anger and everyday stress behind for a short time.
Mobile sauna and classic sauna - where are the differences?
Although the mode of operation of a mobile sauna is relatively similar to that of a normal sauna,
There are some differences in the mode of operation: the body is heated in the usual sauna by the high heat inside the cabin. The temperatures generated by the sauna heater in the cabin are between 60 and 100 degrees Celsius depending on the type of sauna.
The infrared cabin, however, works somewhat differently, because there are heating elements in the cabin that radiate infrared rays that heat the body when they hit the skin. Thus the heat is basically generated within the body. In the cabin itself, the temperature is rarely more than 60 degrees Celsius.
Why buy an infrared sauna?
There are many reasons to opt for buying an infrared sauna. First and foremost, of course, the wellness effect for many people is one of the most important aspects: one has a place at home, where one can enjoy some peace and relaxation as well as the body at the same time something good can do.
The heat does not spread through the heated air inside the cabin, but rather arises only when the infrared radiation hits the skin. The great advantage is that it can reach the body within a few seconds and immediately unfold its beneficial effect there. This can alleviate painful muscle strain and joint problems.
But there are other reasons to buy an infrared cabin: Sunbathing is well-known. If they meet our skin, our bodies form more endorphins, which are also called happiness hormones. This effect is not different for infrared radiation. So there is hardly a better way to get away from the stress of everyday life by taking a break from time to time in the infra-red cabin.
Another advantage is that the infrared sauna is much more energy efficient compared to the sauna. This is justified, among other things, by the fact that the cabin heats up significantly faster and thus is ready for use even in a shorter time. Furthermore, the cabin can usually be more easily integrated than a sauna, since it requires less space in the house and can be installed both in spacious bathrooms, in the basement or in hobby rooms. It is important, however, to pay attention to the dimensions before purchase.