Infrared Saunas were first invented in Japan and quickly gained popularity thanks to its unique beneficial effects on the human body. Jobs infrared saunas is based on the ability of infrared radiation to penetrate into the body and warm up from within. Infrared or thermal radiation – a type of heat distribution. This is the same warmth that you feel from a campfire on the radiators or the sun. It does not have something in common, either with UV or with X-rays and is safe for humans, so the procedure in the infrared sauna is not limited in time.
An infrared sauna is a cabin made of wood. Inside the cabin is located a shop where a man sits. To create a field of infrared energy within the cabin installed rear, corner (front) and foot (under the bench), infrared radiators (heaters) from special ceramics. These heaters generate heat in the range of invisible radiation. Thus, up to 90% of energy generated by the radiators, fed directly into the body bypassing the heating of the air. Only 10% of the energy goes into heating the air (in the case of the ceramic heater). This explains the low temperature in the infrared sauna. In addition, these heaters do not burn the oxygen in the sauna.
A session in a sauna, which usually lasts about 30 minutes at an air temperature of 37-47 ° C and natural humidity. Sweating in the infrared sauna is much higher than in conventional saunas and baths, with a much milder conditions than that and achieved a greater health effect in relation to other saunas
We can distinguish 4 stages of perspiration during a session in an infrared sauna:
• The first stage – the accumulation of energy, where there is an accumulation of internal energy. At this stage, perspiration is not significant. Duration – 7-10 minutes.
• Second stage – profuse sweating, which is the biggest release of perspiration through the withdrawal of water from the subcutaneous space. Duration – 10-12 minutes.
• At the third stage of sweating decreases, because almost all are not bound water is removed from the body and accelerates the growth of internal body temperature. Duration – 7-10 minutes.
• The fourth stage begins after the end of the session and is characterized by a slight increase in sweating due to the energy accumulated by the body. Duration – 5-8 min.
During the session, due to perspiration, humidity in the cabin increases. This excess moisture can be removed by ventilation booths.
In a typical sauna with temperatures around 120 degrees the body warms up to a depth of about 1 mm, because the locking mechanism is triggered proliferation of powerful fluxes of heat inside the body.
In the infrared sauna warms the body to a depth of 3-5 cm, therefore in the sweat emitted in the infrared cabin, contains about 80% water and 20% solids, such as fat, cholesterol, toxins, acids, slag, etc. (Compared to normal sauna in the sweat contains 95% water and 5% solids). The number of sweat to be allocated within a half hour in an infrared cabin with air temperatures around 50 C, 2-3 times more expensive than a traditional sauna in the same time at the temperature 110 C.
In addition, the body temperature in the infrared cabin rises to 38.5 C, simulating a natural response to infection, while suppressed vital functions of bacteria and viruses.
Infrared rejuvenation and treatment of skin disorders in the infrared sauna is feasible in any type of skin. Even after one session in an infrared sauna can see positive changes, and regular procedures provide high-quality and long-term result.
The skin and tissue become elastic, toned, moisturized and protected. Normalizes metabolic processes.
The treatment course of infrared saunas – is:
• restoration of the proper and natural moisturizing
• comfort and safety
• Rehabilitation after plastic surgery, deep peels, laser abrasives
• elimination from the organism of slags
• prevention of aging
• Increased protection of the skin from infections
• preservation of natural pH
• fat burning
• elimination of cosmetic skin defects
• treatment of acne
• Cellulite Treatment
Aging in general and in particular the aging of the skin manifested as a weakening of the protective functions of skin and body. Age-related changes include all layers of the skin. The cells of the basal layer of the skin are divided over the entire life of the organism and gradually getting older. This reduces their activity. Slowing exfoliation (peeling) leads to thickening of the horny layer. The aging process is associated with lower refresh rate of the epidermis. One of the main causes of aging are the free radicals. They help slow down the synthesis of collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid. In general, the skin is not able to hold the same amount of water. This leads to a decrease in elasticity, turgor, dropping the skin, formation of characteristic wrinkles.