| An Infra-Core sauna will warm its users
to a more deeper level and more efficiently than a conventional sauna.
This is what makes the infrared sauna more health beneficial compared
to a conventional sauna.
The Infra-Core sauna produces a long wave infrared also known as far
|"A sauna used to be thought of as
a luxury. But studies now confirm that diet and environmental chemicals
cause 95% of cancers.
Furthermore, as the first generation of man exposed to such an unprecedented
plethora of daily chemicals, we have learned that stored or undetoxified
chemicals can mimic any disease.
Incurable chronic diseases that were thought to have no
known cause often disappear once toxic chemicals are gone. Since the
far infrared sauna is the safest, most efficacious and economical
way of depurating stored toxins, this makes it a household necessity."
Sherry A. Rogers, MD
sauna SAUNA infrared sauna INFRARED SAUNA Infrared
Sauna health irsauna
| For nearly
2000 years, the sauna has been an essential part of life in Finland.
The Finns are true to their traditions of sauna bathing. In today's
modern world, many people are now also using saunas and enjoy the
many health benefits that they have to offer.
Saunacore traditional saunas are designed to heat up the room to very
high temperatures. This in turn opens clogged pores through perspiration
and sweat, emitting harmful toxins tat are captured by the skin.
Some of the benefits are:
- Relieves stiffness and pain from
cleanses and clears the skin of complexion.
- Helps to burn calories and loose
- Releases muscular pain and
- Boost the immune- and cardio
- Revitalizes mind and body
Promotes detoxification of heavy
metals and toxins
Increases circulation and oxygen
supply to damaged tissues.
Boosts immune and cardiovascular
Burns up to 600 calories in a
25 minutes session
Cardio vascular workout
Cleans the skin and helps to
2 to 3 times more effective than
a traditional sauna
Increases blood circulation
FIR Heat penetrates 1-1/2 inches
Enjoy tranquility and relaxation.
Cleans skin through perspiration.
Operates at 86°F 194°F
compared to common saunas
at 180°F 220°F
spectrum includes gamma rays, X-rays, ultraviolet, visible, infrared,
microwave, and radio waves. The only difference between these different
types of rays is their wavelength frequency. Wavelength increases
and frequency (plus energy and temperature) decreases from gamma rays
down to radio waves.
All these forms of rays travel at the speed
of light. Infrared lies between the visible and microwave portions
of the electromagnetic spectrum. The infrared waves have wavelengths
longer than visible and shorter than microwaves and have frequencies
which are lower than visible and higher than microwaves. Near infrared
refers to the point of the infrared spectrum that is closest to
visible light and far infrared (long wavelengths) refers to the
part that is closer to microwave regions of the spectrum.
When an object is not quite hot enough to
radiate visible light, it will emit most of its energy in the infrared,
ie.: Hot charcoal may not give off light, but does emit infrared
rays which we feel as heat. We experience infrared every day. The
heat that we feel from sunlight, a fire, a radiator is infrared.
Although our eyes cannot see it, the nerves in our skin can feel
it as heat. Conventional saunas rely on indirect means of heat to
heat the human body.
First on heating air currents and then conduction
which the hot air has direct contact with the skin to produce its
heating of our bodies.
In an Infra-Core infrared sauna, less than 20% of the infrared energy
heats the air, leaving the remaining 80% to directly transform to
heat within the human body.