Infrared Sauna Wraps


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Farinfrared Sauna

Studies have shown a 50 minute Far Infrared Sauna session can burn up to 900 – 1,400 calories!

What is Farinfrared ray (FIR)?

Farinfrared Radiant (FIR) heat is a completely safe form of naturally occurring energy that heats objects by a process called direct light conversion, warming only the object and does not raise the temperature of the surrounding free air. This type of energy travels 2 – 3 inches deep into the body and is thought by some to increase circulation and nourish damaged tissue.

What about stored fat that leads to Cellulite?

Unused calories are stored as fat. Fat storage areas on women are primarily the Thighs, Buttocks, Stomach, Breast, and Upper Arms.

Stored fat is known as “cold fat” as blood circulation is extremely low in fat storage areas. Limited blood circulation results in what is known as “cold spots” where the fat hardens and over time leads to “dimpled orange peel” skin known as cellulite.

Will exercise fix the problem?

When we work out, our muscles and vital organs get the majority of our blood flow. Hence, it is virtually impossible to “work off” fat with exercise. A single sauna session may burn as many calories as you would get rowing for 30 minutes. Body fat becomes water soluble at 110 degrees Fahrenheit and the body can sweat it out.
Weight Control

The Far Infrared Sauna may assist weight loss in 3 Significant Ways:
May reduce heavy metals, which have been directly related to metabolic imbalances in the body. The Far Infrared Sauna may decrease (Lipophilic) toxins. Often times weight loss cannot be accomplished unless these toxins are removed first. According to the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA), “A moderately conditioned person can easily sweat off 500 grammes in a sauna, which is the equivalent to running 2 – 3 miles. While the weight of the water loss can be regained by drinking water, the calories will not be.”Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.

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