How do the infrared rays work?

Infrared sauna - but how does it work?

Long-wave infrared rays

is an energy in the form of waves, which is measured in microns 1 micron = 1/ 1,000,000 meters).
All people emit and receive long-wave infrared rays between 6-20 microns. The most advantageous area of the waves for humans is between 7-14 microns. This interval, which has come to be called the "vital rays", has been shown to have a number of positive effects on the human body. This range is very close to the resonant frequency of the water molecule, 9.4 microns, which affects our body which up to 70% consists of water. An important fact to be able to release waterborne toxins from the body.

How does infrared radiation really work

A long-wave infrared sauna

produces energy waves that correspond as closely as possible to the body's own radiant energy. This allows us to absorb as much as 93% of the infrared waves that hit the body. Being exposed to infrared heat for an extended period of time is completely harmless and can never cause any damage to your skin. Infrared heat is healthy and completely harmless to all living things. Long-wave infrared heat is used today in healthcare to heat newborn infants. Our infrared saunas generate infrared heat through the units available depending on which sauna model you choose.

Long-wave infrared light has the ability to

directly penetrate the body's tissues to a depth of 4.5 cm. The infrared energy from an infrared sauna makes you sweat up to 2-3 times more than in a traditional sauna despite being in much lower temperatures. It creates a lot of positive effects. The deep warming up of muscle tissue and internal organs leads to increased blood flow through dilated blood vessels and stimulated cardiac activity. It generates positive effects for muscle joints as well as cardiovascular fitness. The large release of water in the body and the strong sweat production gives an effective detoxification of the body. The positive effects of the infrared rays are numerous and we shall describe these in more detail.