Have you heard this term yet? You most likely have, but if you haven't I'll explain. Some saunas are standard Far Infrared, and some are Full Spectrum. Full Spectrum means the sauna is equipped with heaters that produce all three infrared types which are Near, Mid, and Far infrared. Each form of infrared delivers different health benefits. Let's start with the health benefits of Near infrared:
Boosts metabolism, Recharges mitochondria, Stimulates white blood cell production, Reduces body fat, Promotes cell regeneration, Increases energy, Reduces inflammation within the body, Improves circulation within the body, Heals wounds faster, Faster recovery time after working out, Provides pain relief, Rejuvenates the skin, Lessens joint and muscle pain, Improves flexibility and Provides anti-aging benefits to your body. Mid infrared is a longer wavelength that can penetrate deeper into the body’s soft tissue where inflammation occurs. MIR helps expand blood vessels and increases circulation, so more oxygen can reach injured areas of the body. This reduces pain and speeds the healing process. Far Infrared, the longest wavelength, far infrared, reaches deepest into the body, where toxins are stored. By raising your core body temperature, far infrared stimulates the sweat glands, resulting in a deep, detoxifying sweat that leaves you feeling revitalized. Also, since sweating increases your heart rate, cardiac output, and metabolic rate, you’re also burning calories. Now, in order to receive all of these amazing health benefits, you would need to get a sauna that is Full Spectrum.