Infrared saunas, also known as far-infrared saunas or IR saunas, utilise infrared heaters to emit radiant heat that directly heats the body instead of the surrounding air.
Unlike traditional saunas that rely on heated air or steam, infrared saunas penetrate the skin and heat the body from within. This unique heating method has led to a surge in interest and demand for infrared saunas as people seek natural and effective ways to improve their well-being.
So, how does an infrared sauna work?
The infrared heaters used in these saunas emit infrared light, which is a form of electromagnetic radiation. This radiation falls within the range of 5.6 to 15 micrometers, which is considered the "far-infrared" spectrum. These far-infrared waves are similar to the heat produced by the sun but without the harmful ultraviolet rays
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