7 Tips on Using an InfraRed Sauna (Sunlighten)

Saunas aid in  Detoxification & Cleansing

A sauna is a small room or house with dry or wet heat.  Traditional saunas issue wet heat.  The Sunlighten Infrared Sauna is dry heat)  Its goal is to  imitate the kind of heat you get radiating from the sun.*

Wet or dry sauna,  the heat increases your body  temperature and allows you to sweat out toxins through your skin.  The heat of  saunas help to cleanse us.

Traditional wet  saunas allow your  sweat content level of toxins to be about 3% while infrared saunas allow for  up to 20% of your sweat to be toxins.  Big difference in terms of  what you can get rid of!

7 Tips

Here’s some tips: (please feel free to add your comments and “tips” as well)

Tip #1 Make sure you drink lots of fluids, to prevent dehydration.    Water is good.  My friend Gayle Davidson also recommends coconut juice as being very beneficial

Tip#2:     Do saunas in moderation.  Get into it gradually in terms of time.  Build up the length of your time in sauna, possibly taking short breaks but don’t exceed 30 minutes.

Tip#3:     Take a shower after sauna to get rid of toxin residue on your skin.

Tip#4:    Or go jump in the lake or roll in snow

Tip#5:     Use saunas regularly if possible, builds up immune system.

Tip#6:    Do saunas with a special someone (can be a special experience)

Tip#7:    Do saunas alone (good time to meditate, hear music,  de-compress, meditate or simply relax)

To learn more about why to time in infrared saunas, see our article on the Benefits of Infrared Saunas

What have you found in your Sauna Experiences?  Agree, disagree?  What can you add?

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