Saunasandstuff.com is very happy to announce the addition of Ultra-Low-EMF Carbon Fiber FAR Infrared Saunas to our inventory of high-quality home saunas! We know that is a bit of a mouthful to say, and you may not be familiar with all the terms. We want our customers to know all about sauna technology so they can choose the sauna that's right for them. Let's break it down!
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A sauna is a small room or house designed for people to experience heat sessions. There are two kinds of sauna: wet and dry. Wet saunas have a cooler ambient temperature than dry saunas prominently feature steam as the conductor of heat. Dry saunas are much warmer than wet saunas and avoid the use of steam, relying on the temperature alone to induce sweating.
Originally invented in Finland, the modern sauna can be sorted into two heating types: traditional and infrared. Traditional heat warms the air, which then warms the body. With infrared heat, the core of the body is heated first.
Infrared heaters can be made of many types of materials, including charcoal, ceramic, and carbon fiber. Carbon fiber is composed of thin carbon plates that distribute heat evenly. With carbon fiber heaters, more infrared is emitted more efficiently. They also do not require glues or plastics, which eliminates fumes from those materials.
Many infrared heaters emit electromagnetic fields (EMF) as a by-product of being electrically charged objects. Over time, exposure to EMFs can cause health issues such as headaches, nausea, depression, anxiety, cataracts, eye irritation, cancer, and more. Ultra-low-EMF means the heating device was designed in such a way to eliminate almost all of the EMF emissions, making the heater very safe to use regularly.
Ultra-Low-EMF Carbon Fiber FAR Infrared Saunas
An ultra-low-EMF Carbon Fiber FAR infrared sauna is a space in which you can sit and experience dry heat that warms from your core outward by using safe infrared emissions generated by a EMF-dampening carbon fiber heater
Our new saunas are totally sweet. They are safe, energy efficient, and very good for your health. They are also affordable, easy to assemble, and ship FREE to 48 states. If you've been waffling on whether or not to purchase a sauna for your home, these saunas should make the decision easy: yes. All you have to do is pick a size.
*with thanks to Green Smoothie Girl: http://greensmoothiegirl.com/favorite-things/tools/far-infrared-saunas/