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The premier sauna reseller in North America is Sauna King USA. Our Inexpensive Infrared Saunas are robust, quick to assemble and, if you travel, very compact. Sauna King USA is committed to putting the greatest amount of saunas into American homes. We speak firsthand about the wellbeing advantages and stress-reduction properties of infrared saunas. It is a love of ours.


Making a life-changing investment by purchasing from Sauna King USA your own in-home sauna. Infrared saunas offer calming heat that radiates straight to the body, cleansing, detoxifying the body, and losing calories with a deep sweat.


For your house, purchase an inexpensive sauna. Have your fitness back, alleviate depression and get back to feeling wonderful.

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The King of Saunas is a top rated Sauna in Syracuse. We are proud to offer the best Saunas in Connecticut and beyond. We are ready to help you with all your Infrared Saunas needs in Hartford and all the surrounding areas.When you need a great Sauna , you’ve come to the right place!

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What is an infrared sauna?

Unlike a traditional sauna, infrared saunas don’t heat the air around you. Instead, they use infrared lamps (that use electromagnetic radiation) to warm your body directly.”These saunas use infrared panels instead of conventional heat to easily penetrate human tissue, heating up your body before heating up the air,” explains physical therapist, Vivian Eisenstadt, MAPT, CPT, MASP.An infrared sauna can operate at a lower temperature (usually between 120˚F and 140˚F) than a traditional sauna, which is typically between 150˚F and 180˚F.Manufacturers claim that in an infrared sauna, only about 20 percent of the heat goes to heat the air and the other 80 percent directly heats your body.Supporters of infrared saunas say the heat penetrates more deeply than warmed air. This allows you to experience a more intense sweat at a lower temperature.Eisenstadt says this environment is more tolerable, which allows you to stay in the sauna longer while increasing your core body temperature by two to three degrees



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The Many Benefits Of Infrared Saunas


If you’ve always wanted a sauna but were intimidated by the high electrical bills and intense temperatures generated by traditional saunas, you should investigate infrared saunas. They use a new technology with substantial advantages and they are increasingly popular.


The idea of a sauna, of course, is relaxation and rejuvenation. Traditional saunas do that by generating steam and high temperatures between 180 and 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Infrared saunas generate heat like the soothing heat of the sun, only without harmful ultraviolet rays. Technically, infrared is electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths longer than visible light and shorter than radio waves. Infrared penetrates the skin about an inch and a half deep and heats it directly. As a result, infrared saunas run at only 110 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, but generate the same relaxation and health benefits, and then some.


For example, did you know that infrared saunas can offer pain relief as tissues are heated, blood vessels dilate? The result is a reduction in muscle spasms, stiffness in joints and general aches and pains from such conditions as fibromyalgia and arthritis. Similarly, the increased blood circulation in the skin can improve its elasticity, texture, and tone. Studies also show that if muscle tissue is stretched while heated, it retains the extra elasticity much longer. Amazing though it may sound, heat therapy in an infrared sauna even improves cardiovascular conditioning by increasing heart rate as the body attempts to cool itself via sweating. This can even have a positive impact on high blood pressure. This same cardiovascular workout, resulting in sweating, also burns calories. A single infrared sauna session can burn the equivalent in calories of running two to three miles. Although there are many reasons to own a sauna, weight loss is an added bonus.


In terms of infrared sauna health benefits, perhaps the most important is the detoxification that occurs as the deep heat penetration helps remove toxins stored in fat cells. Most people do not know that our skin is actually also our largest organ, acting very much like a third kidney. In fact, recent research suggests that individuals exposed to carcinogenic toxins may well benefit from infrared sauna therapy, as it helps flush out harmful substances.


Firefighters, the often-unsung heroes in our daily lives, are an excellent example. Few people know that firefighter health risks go well beyond getting wounded while working in burning buildings. Smoke inhalation and exposure to noxious chemicals and a large variety of carcinogenics can have devastating long-term effects. In fact, firefighters are at a far greater risk of developing cancer from exposure than the general population.


For a firefighter, detoxification can be a life-saving regimen, and again infrared saunas can help. In addition to some researchers’ belief that infrared therapy can stimulate our bodies’ immune system, tumor cells are thought to have less tolerance to heat than healthy cells. And infrared saunas’ ability to detox the body by flushing out toxins stored in the skin helps get rid of residuals from exposure to diesel exhaust, chloroform, soot, styrene, benzene and carcinogenic heavy metals. Infrared saunas can also be beneficial in burn care, another professional firefighter hazard.


Be it detox and ridding your body of harmful chemicals, getting a good workout, or simply seeking deep, soothing relaxation, infrared saunas are a remarkably effective and beneficial means to good health.

Home Sauna Options


Part of installing home saunas is choosing the right type of sauna. There are four types of saunas from which to choose. They are steam, hot air, far infrared and light saunas. Each type has different construction and works a bit differently than the others.


This is an important factor when installing home saunas.


All saunas work towards the same basic goal of creating a hot environment which induces the occupants of the sauna to sweat. Steam saunas use water applied to hot rocks to create a steamy and hot environment. Hot air saunas use heaters and blowers to warn a room to make the hot environment. Far infrared saunas use heaters that directs the heat at the occupant, rather than heating the whole room. Light saunas use heat lamps to create the hot environment. When choosing which type is best a person should consider the experience they want and how they will add the sauna room to their home.


The hardest to build is a steam sauna, which is the traditional sauna type. They need to be able to withstand the humidity and water used in this type of sauna. Far infrared saunas, hot air saunas and light saunas can be used in any existing room and do not require the major construction like a steam sauna.


Basically the main factor of any sauna is that it needs an electrical source in order to function, but many times existing fixtures can be used. However, far infrared, hot air and light saunas will require a large amount of heat to power the heaters. Some steam saunas also will require a heating element that will pull a lot of electrical current. There are kits for each type that have all the necessary equipment needed to build the sauna.


The type of sauna used for home saunas is really based upon personal preference. Some people prefer the steamy environment of a steam sauna over the drier air of the other types. Others may prefer the easier set up of the other saunas compared to the steam sauna. Before making a choice a person should look into each type and decide what they like best based upon operation and installation.

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