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Infrared Sauna for Weight Loss

Posted on April 23 2022

Infrared Sauna for Weight Loss | Roshni Sanghvi

Why you need to try this over traditional steam rooms?

The use of saunas for stress relief, relaxation, and health promotion has been around the world for decades.

What is an infrared sauna?

Unlike a regular sauna, Infrared saunas heat your body directly and not the air around you.

When you sit in an infrared sauna, your body is warmed directly by the heat from the infrared lamps that work with electromagnetic radiation. This kind of heat aimed towards the body makes infrared saunas a popular choice for many people.

Infrared saunas operate at a much lower temperature as compared to other types of saunas.

Why should you incorporate the infrared sauna while on a fat- loss journey?

Every single fat cell in your body is not just a cell sitting by itself. It is a factory full of toxic hormones. And whenever you lose weight, these toxins are released into your bloodstream.

Now, ideally, the liver processes out these toxins out of your body. So if you are eating a good diet, high in fiber, these toxins will automatically flush out of your body naturally. Fiber binds onto anything unwanted in the body and flushes it out with your poo poo.

However, there is another mechanism that flushes toxins out, also giving you a relaxed feeling simultaneously. It is where infrared saunas come to place.

What does science say?

Although the researches made so far on infrared saunas are limited, they still have positive and promising results in this regard.

A few studies took place on the effects of infrared sauna on chronic fatigue syndrome and increased recovery from muscle soreness and strength-training sessions.

Therefore, infrared saunas come with several health benefits, including detoxification and weight loss. Unlike a traditional sauna, an infrared sauna increases your body's core temperature, dilates your blood vessels, and flushes toxins out of your body.

How often should you use an infrared sauna?

Most facilities that offer infrared sauna treatments recommend using it 3 to 4 days per week. However, if you are new to this practice, go for it once every week. Also, in terms of duration, start with a 10 to 15-minute session and gradually work your way up.

Hope this helps,

Roshni Sanghvi.

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