Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Infrared Sauna

Sauna (a Finnish word) is the latest buzzword in the ever expanding world of health and fitness. The traditional Sauna uses steam at a controlled temperature to heat the user and thereby the user. Sauna is believed to provide some relief to patients suffering from asthma and chronic bronchitis. The Sauna therapy alleviate pain and improve joint mobility in patients suffering from rheumatic disease. Sauna is also helpful in patients with psoriasis.

Infrared Sauna is different from the conventional Sauna in that it heats its users with infrared heaters that emit infrared radiant heat unlike the steam that conventional Sauna uses to heat its users.

Infrared sauna is claimed to be safe and beneficial in that heat penetrates more than 1.5 inches (40 mm) into the body. The infrared rays help loosen toxins from fat cells into the body and those toxins are flushes out of the body through sweating. Thus infrared Sauna heals and stimulates tissues and is considered a very effective therapy for arthritis and injuries to tissue.
Infrared sauna is believed to be beneficial to patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis.

There are many well-known promoters of infrared Sauna across the globe. One of the major promoter is East Coast Saunas based in California with free shipping across US. They are the East Coast Division of the well-established West Coast Saunas founded in 2000 with its presence across USA and Canada.

According to the promoters of East Coast Saunas, infrared Sauna are beneficial in alleviating the following symptoms:

Pain Relief
Weight Loss
Increases Extensibility of Collagen Tissue
Joint Stiffness
Increases Blood Flow
Menopausal Symptoms
Detoxification of the Body
Skin (clogged pores, poor skin tone, acne, & more)
Stress relief
Menstruation Pain
Sore Throat

East Coast Saunas have a wide range of infrared panels to suit different people with differents needs and affordability.

East Coast Sauna gives a lifetime warranty on wood components against defective material and/or workmanship of cabinetry.