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Infra red sauna anyone?

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by sooperb, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    Very likely,lol. Just checked,he has already got them out.
     
  2. Hope

    Hope Gold

    I used my Sunlighten solo sauna for several years after amalgam removal. Was really great........and so relaxing!! And I loved that you didn't need to have it at a way high temperature....
     
  3. Jason Stein

    Jason Stein New Member

    I use my portable saunas EVERY DAY... I actually have been talking with companies and am getting ready to buy my own... I stand by them all the way... They also help with your sleep as well amongst the detoxifying they provide... I also noticed that infrared portable saunas, doesn't matter how cheap are they , may have some benefit for post-workout recovery.
     
    Last edited: May 18, 2018
  4. WarrenT

    WarrenT New Member

    I bought a Sauna Space 4 x 250W NIR sauna lamp panel to put in my old "EMF box" FIR sauna enclosure. I recommend looking into Sauna Space bc they've really put alot of care, planning, and workmanship into their products. the panel is grounded and has a shielded cord to eliminate electric/magnetic fields, and has a beautiful wood panel. Plus, I like how I can just go to Ace Hardware to pick up a replacement bulb. In 30 minutes I generate a good sweat which does sometimes have an almost plastic or rubber-like odor when I rinse off. Interesting review article supports use of sauna as effective, low-risk therapy to induce sweating and help remove toxicants, esp arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22505948

    I do have a question: Should the NIR sauna be primarily used in the morning to better sync with the AM sunlight? Any thoughts on this?
     
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