These are five common mistakes that can impact your infrared sauna experience for years to come.
Buying a sauna is not a small decision. If you are making one of these errors, you could be throwing away your hard earnt money.
Knowledge is Power.
Just by quickly searching on the internet; you’ll see many different options and offers.
We have a strong commitment to educating our customers. So we decided to share some tips that could help point you in the right direction.
5 common mistakes people make
1) Focusing solely on the price
“They are all the same, right?” Well, no, they are not.
Infrared saunas offer various timbers, heater designs and entertainment features. But most importantly, not all saunas are engineered to target specific health & wellness outcomes. By looking for value in an infrared sauna, you open yourself up to an exceptional experience.
2) Not asking for clinical research
Various infrared saunas claim to offer health and wellness outcomes. Yet, these are rarely backed by clinical research. When discussing the benefits, it is essential to ask for independent research data that supports these claims.
3) Looking for a ‘Lifetime’ Warranty on ‘Everything’
Be wary of a ‘lifetime’ warranty on ‘everything’ in your sauna. While it’s important to consider a warranty on your sauna, it’s more important to find out exactly what the warranty entails.
4) Worrying about the sauna ‘not being hot enough’
The old ‘hot rock’ method of sauna heating has hardly changed in hundreds of years. You no longer need to sit in scorching temperatures and high heat to experience the benefits of saunas.
Infrared heating technology (such as Solocarbon®) is designed to raise core body temperature, not just the ambient air. This way, you can enjoy a deep sweat at more comfortable temperatures. (As stated earlier, sweating in an infrared sauna has been linked to a number of potential benefits).
Don’t be surprised if you don’t sweat during the first few sessions. Sweating will increase with regular use, removing toxins and leaving you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
5) Looking for a “No-EMF” sauna
Sorry, but it simply does not exist.
Even a high-quality modern infrared sauna will emit a minimal amount of EMF. Every electrical device emits EMF. EMF is everywhere in our homes and offices. The electrical appliances we use (an electric can opener at close range emits EMFs), computers, monitors, keyboards and mice, wireless modems, cordless phones, clock radios, hair dryers, mobile phones, microwave ovens and more – all produce EMFs.
The EMF levels of Sunlighten saunas, for example, produce less EMF than a standard hair dryer. (The EMF attributable to a hair dryer at 6” away is about 300 mG.) You can view the third-party EMF testing here.
Making an informed decision
Use the list provided above to guide you in your research. Ignoring these simple suggestions may leave you feeling dissatisfied with your choice.
It’s now time to think independently and back yourself to make the right call.
If you need any added assistance in your search, talk to us. We will help you to make the best choice for you and prevent the costly mistakes we’ve seen in the past.