Traditional Saunas work by creating intense heat (185 to 195 degrees F) in a room. When entering the room, the body temperature increases because the environment is very hot. Far-Infrared Saunas emit far-infrared light, an invisible light which can penetrate the human body up to 4 inches. This light permeates the skin and is absorbed by the molecules in the body; these molecules begin to vibrate which causes the body temperature to rise. The body’s natural response to cool itself is by sweating.
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