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What To Expect From Full Spectrum Sauna Therapy

Before The Sauna

Best times for Infrared Sauna sessions are early in the morning or before bedtime in the evening, although anytime is good! Before the sauna, you should drink a full glass of water, or other hydrating drink, such as a non-sugary sports drink or coconut water. DO NOT drink coffee, soda, juice overloaded with sugar or alcohol. Wait at least 1 – 2 hours after eating before beginning a far infrared sauna session.

We do not have a private shower in our sauna suite so it’s good to take a quick shower to get dirt, dry skin, and any soap or lotion residue off your skin before you come. If you’re going to wear clothes, wear loose-fitting clothes that breathe, like shorts and a tank top or loose cotton t-shirt, or even a bathing suit. The beauty of our Infrared Sauna is that you can gain the benefits of sweating at much lower temperatures. This is important if you have been unable to tolerate the heat of a traditional sauna for very long!

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During The Sauna

Place layers of towels on the bench seat to absorb perspiration during your session. Infrared will penetrate clothing and towels. How long to stay in the sauna depends on several factors. First, listen to your body and don’t over-do it.

If you’re new to using an Infrared Sauna, keep in mind that you typically don’t start sweating until 10-15 minutes into the session. If you start feeling faint, claustrophobic, or uncomfortable cut the session short or open the sauna door for a bit. As you get used to the sauna experience, you will be able to tolerate longer sessions. After becoming acclimated to infrared heat, users average 20-45 minute sessions. Two sessions per day is permissible if you are working on a specific therapy goal.

By stretching your arms, legs, neck, back area,etc. during your far infrared sauna session you can achieve increased body flexibility, range of motion, and reduce chronic stiffness and problem areas. Massage congested and “knotty” muscle areas.

After The Sauna

After you’re done in the sauna, after going home, take a warm to cool shower to remove sweat and toxins from your skin. A cold water rinse will close up your pores quickly and leave your skin feeling incredibly and naturally smooth.

We do have a Prep Room if you need a little bit more time to get ready or you can hang around in our waiting room after the experience.

You might feel the need to relax before getting back to your day. A sauna is relaxing, so why not savor the invigorating relaxation for a while!

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