About Infrared Sauna

What Infrared Sauna is, How it Works and How it Can Help You…

What is Infrared Sauna?

Infrared light is part of the Sun’s invisible spectrum. It is simply a form of energy that is directly transmitted onto objects because of its specific wavelength. It has nothing to do with ultraviolet light, which gives you sunburn and damages your skin.

Where conventional saunas transfer heat by circulating hot air, thus warm your body from your head, the infrared heat rays warm your body directly. This allows an in-depth heat in a more pleasant temperature of 30-40C, thus providing more health benefits and a highly enjoyable and comfortable environment.

Conventional saunas need high air temperatures to pull impurities from the body, but Physiotherm Infrared saunas can directly penetrate up to 45 mm inside the body. Impurities can be pushed out using lower and more comfortable temperatures.

How does it benefit us?

As the body temperature rises by infrared heat, perspiration occurs and blood circulation increases. The muscles and organs are stimulated and toxic waste (fat, heavy metals and other toxic materials) is removed from your body through perspiration.

One of Far Infrared light’s characteristics is the ability to easily penetrate human tissue. When this happens, it creates a natural resonance, which has many beneficial properties. Remember the last time you were sunbathing with sunscreen? Were you still hot? Of course you were because the sunscreen only stops the UV (Ultraviolet) light from hitting your skin.

Physiotherm Far Infrared penetrates your skin, giving you that wonderful natural warmth. You can be exposed to Far Infrared heat for hours and it will never cause your skin to burn. Infrared heat is completely healthy and safe for all living things.

Infrared Sauna FAQ

Why Sweat at all?

Why sweat in a Physiotherm and not just go for a run or use a traditional sauna?

What is the optimum Far Infrared frequency for a Far Infrared sauna?

But is Physiotherm Far Infrared Therapy safe?

Why do you sweat up to 3 times more in a Physiotherm when it is less than half the temperature of a traditional sauna or steam room?

Why does Infrared Sauna therapy remove more toxins from the body than normal sweat?

How often can I use a Physiotherm?

Can anyone use a Physiotherm?

Is the Physiotherm effective for pain relief?