8 Benefits of Using a Low EMF Infrared Sauna

People have been benefiting from saunas for thousands of years. Newer far infrared saunas are amazing for your body and can easily and safely fit inside your home. They make you feel and look great.

Unfortunately many models available emit very high electric and magnetic fields, which not only makes your sauna less effective but it also is harmful to your body so when choosing your sauna, make sure to pick a low or near-zero EMF far infrared sauna.

Here are just some of the amazing benefits of using a infrared sauna with low EMF emissions.

1. Reduced Exposure To Electromagnetic Radiation

Exposure to electromagnetic fields have been shown to increase inflammation and oxidative stress, disrupt sleep, cause headaches and is connected to cancer and tumor growth.

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These are just some of symptoms connected to EMFs. Research continues to exposure more harmful effects.

Since the whole point of using a far infrared sauna is to improve your health, you want to avoid any saunas with high EMFs and ELFs (extremely low-frequency electric fields).

Fortunately there are several companies that have made safer saunas with minimal radiation from their carbon heaters.

This way you can truly relax and experience the health benefits from the heat, without absorbing radiation at the same time.

2. Increased Safety

While using your sauna you’re sitting just a few inches away from the heaters inside a wooden box. Since you can’t move way from the heaters (without getting out of your sauna), choosing models that are low in EMFs is the best option.

Since your blood vessels are opening up, it’s possible you’re increasing your SAR (Specific Absorption Rate), the amount of energy your body absorbs when exposed to radio frequency electromagnetic fields. The opposite of what you want.

Avoid cellular damage, headaches, and other health problems by making a safer choice. Choose an EMF-free infrared sauna to keep radiation away from your body to get the benefits of infrared heat while avoiding RF and ELF radiation.

3. Detox Your Body

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Low EMF infrared saunas heat you up and make you sweat and sweating is really good for you.

The infrared heat helps with a deeper level of detoxification than other saunas can give you. Your body sweats out heavy metals (like mercury and arsenic), drugs, alcohol, bacteria, viruses, toxins like chemicals, pesticides, and BPA.

Studies have found that just 20 minutes sweating in the sauna is the same as 24 hours of detox work by your kidneys.

Saunas also help to detox your liver and intestines, breaking down fat-based toxins into water-based toxins and moving our blood to get rid of toxins stored in your blood.

Detoxing your body is good for your energy, sleep, mental clarity, immunity, and a factor in preventing long-term health problems.

4. Reduces Pain and Inflammation

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There’s reason low emission regular and portable saunas are popular amongst athletes. They help with sore muscles and with recovery from damaged muscles. The heat can reduce inflammation in minutes and helps you to heal from the root cause of your inflammation.

If you suffer from chronic pain, this is a treatment you should seriously consider. There’s research to show it reduces pain for the following conditions:

  • Chronic lower back pain
  • Menstrual pain
  • Chronic tension headaches
  • Chronic neck pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Fibromyalgia

Infrared saunas have been found to reduce pain, stiffness, and fatigue in just four weeks for people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, according to recent research.

They also have been proven to help people with fibromyalgia by improving pain, energy levels, and mobility.

It’s especially important to choose a low electromagnetic field model because electromagnetic radiation has been connected to inflammation and increased oxidative damage.

To get the most out of your sauna (especially anti-inflammatory benefits), having the lowest possible EMFs is key.

5. Improves Heart Health

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One of the many benefits of a low EMF infrared sauna is that it raises your heart rate and increases your blood circulation.

It is essentially a form of “passive cardio” sending oxygen throughout your body and giving your heart muscle a bit of a workout.

Enjoying a sauna actually lowers your blood pressure and cardiac function. Research has shown it actually helps blood vessel function for people with high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol.

Another study in 2015 from Emory University found that 4 to 7 sauna sessions a week reduced the risk of death in men for heart attacks, cardiovascular disease, and coronary heart disease by 63 percent.

Clearly, relaxing in a low RF sauna is good for your heart health.

6. Better Sleep

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A good night’s sleep is important to your health, mental functioning, emotions, immunity, and so many other things. You know how you feel after a good night’s rest versus a terrible one.

The effects of poor sleep don’t just last the next day. They add up and can have long-term effects.

Infrared therapy requires very little effort from you but can actually help your sleep quality. It can help you to fall asleep faster and sleep longer.

A recent research study on infrared sauna benefits found that 83.5% of the participants reported sleep benefits after using a sauna. This was for all users, regardless of how often they used the sauna.

There’s not enough research yet on exactly how it helps with sleep but Drs and researchers believe that the effects of relaxation, reduced stress, better circulation, increased blood flow, and “passive exercise” all affect the body and the chemicals in your body that help you to sleep.

7. Relaxation and Mental Health

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Stress has such a negative effect on your brain, hormones, sleep, immune system, aging, weight, etc. Most of us experience high levels of daily stress, so it’s important to find ways to reduce stress levels for your short-term and long-term health.

Low EMF wood infrared saunas, portable saunas and infrared blankets are all a great way to relax in the comfort of your home.

It helps balance out your cortisol (your biggest stress hormone) levels, relax your muscles, relieves tension and is an easy way to de-stress.

You can meditate in your sauna or combine the heat with color therapy or sound therapy. You can simply listen to music if that’s relaxing for you to help rebalance your mind and mood.

Not only does it help reduce anxiety, improve your mood and promote relaxation, but increasing your body’s heat in a sauna has been shown by the University of Wisconsin to improve symptoms of depression, even after one session and lasts for up to six weeks.

8. Improve Your Immunity

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The lowest emission infrared saunas help you to fight off colds, flus and viruses. By bringing up your temperature it helps your white blood cells to kill off any unwanted germs or infections in your body.

By lowering your stress, the sauna helps your overall wellness and your ability to fight off infections, prevent future colds, and heal. It also helps to increase your vitamin D levels, which are crucial for your immune system.

Sweating rids your body of toxins and germs so you can recover more quickly and help your organs to function more optimally.

Research shows that people who regularly use saunas have fewer colds than the general population

Why You Need A Low EMF Sauna

A low emission infrared sauna will do wonders for your sleep, skin, immunity, mental health, mood, pain, inflammation, and overall health. It can reduce your chances of having future diseases and illnesses. 

Avoid health problems associated with higher emission infrared units and choose the safest option for your health.

You have lots of choices from large multi-person units, to smaller portable near-zero electromagnetic field saunas, or even sauna blankets. They all will make you feel and look great and have long-term effects on your health.

References

https://www.everydayhealth.com/wellness/potential-health-benefits-of-infrared-sauna-therapy/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2718593/