Infrared Sauna for Weight Loss

If you are looking to burn some fat and lean up for the summer, then you have probably tried many different diets, fitness programs and exercise gadgets, but have you ever tried an infrared sauna?

Most people have not thought about this option, and it's very new to most weight loss seekers. 

infrared sauna for weight loss

Firstly, having infrared rays on your skin can help to strengthen the cardiovascular system, as the rays penetrate deep into the cells.1

Of particular interest for those who want to lose fat, is that the sauna will help to burn calories while you relax.

As such, this is now known as an effective way to burn calories, and one of the main reasons for its rise in popularity.

The other benefits are things such as helping to ease any joint pains and sprains, as well as relieving any stiffness in the body.

The infrared sauna can also help your overall immune system as it aids with the removal of toxins and purifies the body.

The skin is also shown to be a whole lot brighter, more pliable and smoother following a session in the sauna. While most people will be sceptical of these benefits, and wonder how they can lose weight by having a sauna session, it is worth trying this new technology and finding out for yourself.

It could just be the weight loss assistance that you have been waiting for, so try out our new, open to the public saunas rooms:

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*Sunlighten does not provide medical advice. We recommend you consult with a health care practitioner if you are unsure if using an infrared sauna is right for you. For best results, our saunas should be used in conjunction with an appropriate diet and exercise program. Individual results may vary.    
1 Dr. Masakazu Imamura, MD, et al. Repeated Thermal Therapy Improves Impaired Vascular Endothelial Function in Patients With Coronary Risk Factors. Vol. 38, No. 4, 2001. Journal of American College of Cardiology: pp 1083-1088.
2 Journal of the American Medical Association, August 1981. Dean W (August 1981). "Effect of sweating" (PDF). JAMA 246 (6): 623. doi:10.1001/jama.1981.03320060027013. PMID 7253113

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