infrared saunas get the blood moving

Benefits of Sauna Use

“Breath in, breath out.” You just finished your evening jog and have reached that moment when you feel your face trickling warm as you wipe the cool sweat from your brow. You feel alive. You know that exhilarating feeling that you get after a productive workout? It isn’t just a feeling. It’s actually the inner workings of your body, beginning to take motion as your blood begins to flow. Just in the same way your blood flow increases with exercise, heating your muscles with soothing infrared light produces the same powerful movement in blood circulation.

While exercise is always encouraged, strenuous activity can be difficult on the body. Infrared saunas are a recommended natural alternative. One session alone has the ability to produce the same productive results of a cardio workout, while putting your body in a calming state of relaxation and comfort.

Why is increased blood circulation so important? An increased stimulation of blood flow not only improves skin tone and elasticity, it also provides quick muscle recovery. It has also been known to heal wounds and reduce scarring.

“ For most people, all that’s needed is a few 15-20 minute sessions a week. During your sauna, as you sweat, you’ll be stimulating better blood flow and circulation throughout your body. That increased circulation will help lower blood pressure. Relaxing tight muscles and easing minor aches and pains.” – Dr. Frank Lipman

The secret behind infrared therapy’s power is its heat. As your skin deeply absorbs the infrared heat from the sauna, your core body temperature gradually begins to rise. As your body temperature rises, your blood circulation increases with it.

At EagoParts, our infrared saunas are intended to encourage natural health benefits for your body while providing relaxing methods to achieve it.

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