What is it?
Infrared saunas do not heat the air but the body directly, using lamps that emit electromagnetic radiation on the skin.
The heat from infrared rays penetrates the body at a deeper level than the heat from the environment; it is estimated that up to about 3.8 cm.
And that means that users can sweat more at a lower ambient temperature than traditional saunas and that they can resist sweating longer.
That deeper penetration of heat into the body can reach the muscles and internal organs.
However, as described by the famous Dr. Oz, in infrared saunas you do not feel that heat in your lungs when you breathe the air as in traditional dry saunas.
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