INFRARED SAUNA

Sweat it out

Why Use An Infrared Sauna?

Saunas can quickly and effectively help you get back to feeling amazing again.  Sauna therapy has been around for centuries as a way to detoxify your body, but did you know that full spectrum infrared saunas can go even further by heating up your body’s core to a cellular level, where most toxins are stored?

Infrared’s deep penetrating heat is what most effectively stimulates metabolic activity, which in turn triggers the release of stored toxins through sweat, as well as through the liver and kidneys.

SAUNA BENEFITS

Detoxify
Boost Immunity
Reduce Chronic Pain
Improve Skin Health
Increased Longevity
Reduce Stress

INFRARED SAUNA FAQ

+How long is a session?


The sauna is a full 30 minutes and you'll have a few minutes to change before and after.




+How many people fit in the sauna?


The sauna is the same price for one session and it fits two people.




I’m Taking Prescription Medications, Can I Use an Infrared Sauna?


Individuals who are using prescription drugs should seek the advice of their personal physician or a pharmacist for possible changes in the drugs effect when the body is exposed to infrared waves or elevated body temperature. Diuretics, barbiturates and beta-blockers may impair the body’s natural heat loss mechanisms. Anticholinergics such as amitryptaline may inhibit sweating and can predispose individuals to heat rash or to a lesser extent, heat stroke. Some over-the-counter drugs, such as antihistamines, may also cause the body to be more prone to heat stroke.




I’m Pregnant. Any Problems if I Use an Infrared Sauna?


We advise you to consult with your own physician before using infrared saunas while pregnant.





+How long is a session?


The sauna is a full 30 minutes and you'll have a few minutes to change before and after.




+How many people fit in the sauna?


The sauna is the same price for one session and it fits two people.




I’m Taking Prescription Medications, Can I Use an Infrared Sauna?


Individuals who are using prescription drugs should seek the advice of their personal physician or a pharmacist for possible changes in the drugs effect when the body is exposed to infrared waves or elevated body temperature. Diuretics, barbiturates and beta-blockers may impair the body’s natural heat loss mechanisms. Anticholinergics such as amitryptaline may inhibit sweating and can predispose individuals to heat rash or to a lesser extent, heat stroke. Some over-the-counter drugs, such as antihistamines, may also cause the body to be more prone to heat stroke.




I’m Pregnant. Any Problems if I Use an Infrared Sauna?


We advise you to consult with your own physician before using infrared saunas while pregnant.





Reboot With Us

  • White Instagram Icon
  • Reboot Facebook

©2018 by Reboot Float & Cryo Spa.