Contraindications for infrared sauna.
Of course, infrared saunas should not be used to cure or treat a medical condition.
If you have been diagnosed with a particular disease or are using prescription drugs, contact your doctor to check that your medications or your illness are not adversely affected by increased body temperature, blood circulation or sweating.
An acute joint injury should not be heat treated with an infrared Infrared auna for the first 48 hours or until the heat rise and swelling in the joint has subsided. A chronic swollen and hot joint only reacts very weakly or not at all to heat treatment.
In case of an acute infection of the tooth, joint or skin, heat treatment should not be performed. In pregnancy, infrared sauna should not be used as it may cause discomfort to increased body temperature and blood circulation.
In implants such as hip joints, knee joints , plates, screws, cerclage and marrow nails, they are not heated by the long-wave infrared rays and are not affected by the infrared sauna. If in doubt, consult your doctor. If pain is experienced near an implant in connection with an infrared sauna, the use should of course be discontinued. Silicone implants such as nose or ear replacements as well as breasts absorb the infrared rays. However, Silicon first melts at 200 degrees C (an infrared heater warms between 40-60 degrees C) Infrabasu does not cause any harm or any adverse to these implants.
The use of an infrared sauna should normally only result in a pleasant feeling should you experience pain or if any condition is aggravated by the use of the infrared sauna you should interrupt. Ir-sauna is not suitable for you at this time.
If you have questions about a particular cause of infrared sauna use, you can call us and ask to speak to a leg, nurse for easier questions tel +46 31-899080.