If you enjoy infrared saunas as much as we do, you would know that we have our own personal infrared sauna encounters. There are purists who would insist that there is nothing like a traditional, Finnish style sauna to warm the body. However infrared saunas that make use of low frequency radiation on the body offer just the same health benefits. What’s more, an infrared sauna can make you sweat greatly and put up your heart rate even without reaching the temperature heights of the traditional sauna.
But did you know that you can add in a couple more tweaks to make your experience with the infrared sauna more pleasurable? Yes, it is possible! In this article, we will discuss these tweaks, and it is guaranteed that your infrared sauna usage would be more fun!
Bring the infrared sauna home.
Now you can experience the infrared sauna in the comfort of your own home, instead of going to the spa or gym, and make the experience more personal. With an in house sauna, you will be able to undergo treatment every day. Don’t worry; this isn’t going to be harmful. You may actually see wellness improvements on your skin if you use it daily.
If you keep your usage of the sauna to 20 minutes, you will still get great results because the radiation isn’t harmful. On average, many individual partake of it in 30-45 minute sessions, 3-4 times a week.
Set your home sauna in a spot with a relaxing view.
Now that you’ve chosen a great spot in your home to place the sauna, why not capitalize on the view from the glass door and put a relaxing view in front of it?
Having a relaxing view adds to the rejuvenating feel you will have in the sauna alone, and will make you less impatient with the treatment. You can place a nice Van Gogh impressionist piece, or a blown-up snapshot of the Maldives that you produced on your last vacation – anything goes. Remember that this isn’t a steam bath, so you will have a full view of what’s in front of you.
Put on your relaxation music of choice.
While you’re sweating it out in the sauna, it helps if you play your preferred type of relaxation sounds. Depending on what in home sauna you have, you can channel the sounds into the facility with the speakers. Most people will go with meditation music, but if smooth jazz is your weapon of choice, why not go ahead and rock it? After all, this is your time to relax, so make the most out of it.
Place some add-ons on your sauna.
Put in a little more spark to your sauna facility by putting in add-ons such as the following:
• Chromotherapy lights – These items can help add balance to less vibrant areas in the body.
• Foot warmer – This helps in the warm up process, and is particularly useful for users who have chronic cold feet.
• Ergonomic head support – This will allow you to get closer to the sauna’s heaters while relaxing the spine.
• Oxygen ionizer – This will help in cleaning allergens and odors from the sauna, leaving it fresh and clean.
Guaranteed, with these tips, you will have the ideal personal sauna experience you’ve always wanted. So take advantage now, and have a happy sauna time!