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FAR INFARED SAUNA
The Sauna Bath
The bodyís response to heat is well documented. A sun bath works wonders for anyone. One does not need a doctor to recommend the purifying benefits of the sunís heat. It is therapeutic. However, too much sun is not good for you. The sun rays contain ultra violet (UV) light which causes health challenges.
The far Infrared sauna in a high-tech way of eliminating UV light and using the health benefits of infra red radiation. Clinical studies testify of the healing virtues of infra red heat. Far infrared heat was called a Life extension tool by Dr. Oz on the Oprah Winfrey show. It extends our quality of life. A few minutes a day is all it takes to look and feel great. Physically nothing is more reinvigorating than a deep, healthy sweat. So with good reason, we highly recommend the use of the Blue Wave Far Infrared sauna bath, three to four times per week.
Blue Wave Far Infrared sauna gives the health benefits of all ancient authentic sauna baths. The heat has a profound effect on the body. Skin temperature soars to 104 degrees Fahrenheit within minutes. Pulse rate jumps 30-50%, allowing the heart to double the amount of blood it pumps each minute. Most of the extra blood is directed to the skin. We sweat pints during a short stint in the sauna. This profuse perspiration improves micro circulation and reduces vasoconstriction, thus reducing blood pressure
Key health & Wellness benefits
Dr Oz and Oprah Winfey endorsing
the health benefits of the
FAR INFRARED SAUNA
(1) Burns Calories and aids in weight loss
As the heat increases, it promotes sweating. This requires a notable amount of energy. The energy is derived from fats and carbohydrates in processes that burn up calories. Approximately 300 calories is burned in a moderately conditioned person during one session.
(2) Fights Illnesses
Medical research confirms reduced fever in colds and influenza amongst participants in studies. The increased activity of the cardiovascular systems produces more white blood cells, which aids in fighting illnesses and colds. Traditionally, one could sweat away the cold virus ( with vigorous exercise). Cold symptoms vanish after one single session in the Infrared Sauna.