What are the Best Types of Traditional Saunas for Your Home?

Many people use the Sauna at their gym and enjoy them so much as a way to relax at the end of a work out or a swim. When they find out that they can buy a Sauna for their own home, they can’t wait to go ahead and purchase one. The issue then is deciding which Sauna to choose. So what are the best types of traditional saunas?

What are the Best Types of Traditional Saunas?

Traditional Saunas are a concealed wooden build many from high quality hard wood and have a heater to heat water which fills the Sauna with steam. There are many options on top of this and its beneficial to understand the extras and the options so you can decide on the best Sauna for you and your family.

Infrared Saunas

Infrared Saunas use infrared technology to heat the Sauna, a heat which develops more evenly and can reach the whole of your body. In a steam Sauna the top half of the Sauna is usually a lot hotter as are the seat and walls, but parts of your body don’t get as warm. With infrared the heat is more evenly distributed and can be controlled a lot more so that you have a more even Sauna and feel that all parts of your body have benefitted. You are usually able to stay in an Infrared Sauna for longer as well, because instead of getting hotter and hotter until it is unbearable, an infrared Sauna maintains a constant heat.

Ceramic Heaters

Ceramic infrared heaters are more effective and energy efficient that traditional steel heaters particularly at lower temperatures. They also enhance infrared penetration and cool more effectively to create more steam thereby enhancing the detoxifying process for the body.

The technology built into infrared ceramic heaters produces the type of heat that is produced by our Sun, but don’t have the harmful Ultraviolet rays or Electromagnetic field radiation emitted by the Sun.

Health Benefits of a Traditional Sauna

We all believe that Saunas are good for us, but what are the actual health benefits of a Sauna? First of all calorie burning is higher than usual when sat in a Sauna because your body is working hard to cool off, resulting in shedding of fat and therefore temporary weight loss can be expected in the form of water, sweated from the body. As soon as you hydrate again though the weight returns.

Saunas help with blood circulation which helps with the healing of conditions such as sun burn, cuts and other skin maladies, and also cleanse the skin through profuse sweating. Heat opens up the pores in the skin and washes out any dirt and natural oils in the skin to cleanse skin throughout the body. They promote relaxation and therefore ease muscle pains and tension and promote a feeling of well being. Heart rate also increases with the heat of a Sauna which is equivalent to a brisk walk and therefore good for respiratory health.

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