When the infrared rays of the sun hit our skin, we feel heat. But why and how do infrared rays heat our body?
What is infrared exactly? If we speak of the sun which touches the skin, we speak of heat, of the electromagnetic spectrum essential to all terrestrial life. It is a source of energy that sets atoms and molecules in motion, causing beneficial heat.
Infrared is part of this magnetic spectrum. It is to bring the beneficial effects of the sun concentrated in the infrared cabin.
During an infrared sauna, the raysw penetrate up to 4 cm the skin tissue, causing strong sweating caused by the stimulation of vital internal organs, muscles and circulation, triggering a boost of energy in the immune system, muscles, blood circulation and oxygen in the skin.
At a temperature between 40-60 C., it dislodges sweat (80% water and 20% of heavy materials). Fats, heavy metals, toxins and unwanted acids are liquidated.