Infrared sauna

Infrared sauna

One of the main advantages of infrared saunas is that the body heats up locally, while the air temperature remains no higher than 50-60°C and the humidity is low. Thus, the heart load is less, which allows a longer stay in the sauna than traditional saunas. As the respiratory system is not exposed to hot air or high humidity, breathing is also not difficult.

An infrared sauna can be used by anyone for whom high temperatures are not recommended. It accelerates the healing of inflammatory processes, treatment after bronchitis, pneumonia, colds, runny nose and it also increases immunity.

Contra-indications - during pregnancy, post-operative periods, cardiovascular diseases and blood vessels diseases, in cases of high temperature caused by an infection.