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HealthHQ Two Person infrared Sauna

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HealthHQ Two Person infrared Sauna
HealthHQ Two Person infrared Sauna
HealthHQ Two Person infrared Sauna
HealthHQ Two Person infrared Sauna
HealthHQ Two Person infrared Sauna
HealthHQ Two Person infrared Sauna

HealthHQ Two Person infrared Sauna

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Introducing the HealthHQ  Infrared Sauna

Engineered with state-of-the-art carbon panel technology, our sauna emits gentle yet deeply penetrating far infrared rays, enveloping your body from every angle. Designed to promote holistic healing and rejuvenation, our Inception Far Infrared Sauna offers a sanctuary of relaxation and wellness within the comfort of your own home.

Experience the profound benefits of far infrared therapy as it penetrates deep into your body, targeting sore muscles, promoting detoxification, and enhancing overall well-being. Elevate your self-care routine and embark on a journey to optimal health and vitality with our Far Infrared Sauna.

Sound System: Unwind your way with the integrated quality speakers which have a built-in USB, and FM sound system.

Environmentally Friendly Materials: High-quality Canadian Hemlock wood. All naturally sourced and dried, with certifications available to show no toxic glues or substances were used.

Effortless Control: Equipped with user-friendly controls, managing your sauna experience has never been easier.

Spacious Design: Can comfortably fit two large adults that are over 6ft tall. This 2-person sauna offers a cozy space with ample room for two.

Chromotherapy light: Harness the benefits of Chromotherapy with the built in internal Chronotherapy light with a range of colours available.

Easy to assemble: No tools required. Easy to assemble and disassemble.

Simple and Universal: Just plug it straight into any normal socket

Unlike a traditional sauna, the infrared sauna creates a dry heat and doesn’t create any moisture. Meaning that it will work perfectly in your spare bedroom, in the lounge, or in the garage. The warmer the environment the better though as this will help the sauna heat up! *not suitable for outdoor use*

Specifications: 

  • Material: Canadian hemlock
  • Size: 120L*105W*190Hcm
  • Heater: Carbon Far Infrared heaters
  • Controller: Soft touch control panel with USB and FM
  • Music: Built-in speakers
  • Door: 6mm Tempered Glass
  • Door handle and Hinges: Stainless Steel
  • Lighting: External light, Indoor light, and 7 colour Chromotherapy light
  • EMF: 5-15mgs
  • Power: 1750W
  • Plug: 10AMP plug (standard house plug)
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Infrared vs. Traditional Sauna

Product Description: Experience the Future of Relaxation with Infrared Sauna

Step into the world of ultimate relaxation and wellness with our Infrared Sauna. Whether you're a seasoned sauna enthusiast or new to the experience, our infrared sauna is designed to take your relaxation journey to new heights.

What is an Infrared Sauna?
Infrared saunas are a modern twist on a timeless tradition. Unlike traditional saunas, which heat the air around you, infrared saunas use advanced technology to directly heat your body with infrared rays. This unique heating method offers a range of benefits that set it apart from conventional saunas.

Infrared vs. Traditional Sauna: What's the Difference?
The key difference between infrared and traditional saunas lies in how they generate and deliver heat:

Infrared Sauna: These saunas use specialized infrared heaters to emit radiant heat, which directly penetrates your body, warming you up from the inside out. This type of heat is more efficient and can provide a deep, relaxing experience at lower temperatures.

Traditional Sauna: Traditional saunas heat the air around you, creating high temperatures that indirectly warm your body. While effective, the intense heat can be challenging for some individuals to tolerate.

What is a Full Spectrum Sauna?

A full spectrum sauna, also known as a full spectrum infrared sauna, utilizes multiple wavelengths of infrared light to provide a range of therapeutic benefits. Unlike traditional saunas that primarily heat the air around you, infrared saunas use infrared heaters to emit infrared light directly onto your body, penetrating deep into the skin to produce heat from within.

Key points:

  1. Wavelengths: Full spectrum saunas emit three types of infrared wavelengths: near-infrared, mid-infrared, and far-infrared. Each wavelength penetrates the body at different depths, offering unique therapeutic effects.
  2. Near-Infrared: This wavelength is absorbed just below the surface of the skin and can promote skin renewal, wound healing, and cell regeneration. It may also help reduce inflammation and improve circulation.
  3. Mid-Infrared: Penetrating deeper into the body, mid-infrared light can improve circulation, relieve muscle tension, and support pain relief. It may also aid in detoxification by increasing sweating.
  4. Far-Infrared: With the ability to penetrate the deepest layers of tissue, far-infrared light generates the most heat and promotes relaxation, stress reduction, and detoxification. It can also support cardiovascular health by increasing heart rate and improving blood flow.

Benefits of Using Our Traditional Sauna

1. Pain Relief: The heat can help alleviate muscle and joint pain by promoting circulation and relaxing tight muscles.

2. Detoxification: Sweating is one of the body's natural ways to eliminate toxins. In a traditional sauna, the high heat causes you to sweat profusely, helping to flush out impurities and toxins from your body through your skin pores.

3. Relaxation and Stress Relief: The heat and steam in a traditional sauna can help relax your muscles, relieve tension, and reduce stress levels. The calming ambiance of a sauna can also promote mental relaxation, helping you unwind and de-stress after a long day.

4. Improved Circulation: The heat from a traditional sauna causes your blood vessels to dilate, which increases blood circulation throughout your body. Improved circulation can benefit your cardiovascular health, promote better oxygen flow to tissues, and aid in muscle recovery.

5. Pain Relief: The heat and steam in a sauna can provide temporary relief from various types of pain, including muscle soreness, joint stiffness, and arthritis discomfort. Heat therapy helps soothe aches and pains by relaxing muscles, reducing inflammation, and increasing flexibility.

6. Skin Health: Regular sauna sessions can improve the appearance and health of your skin. The heat opens up your pores, allowing for deep cleansing and removal of dirt, oil, and dead skin cells. Increased blood flow to the skin also promotes collagen production, which can contribute to a more youthful complexion and smoother texture.

Benefits of Using Our Infrared Sauna

1. Detoxification: Infrared saunas promote deep sweating, helping to flush out toxins and impurities from your body, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.

2. Pain Relief: Infrared heat can help alleviate muscle and joint pain by promoting circulation and relaxing tight muscles.

3. Stress Reduction: The gentle, enveloping warmth of our infrared sauna helps reduce stress and promote relaxation, enhancing your overall sense of well-being.

4. Improved Circulation: Infrared heat increases blood flow, which can lead to better cardiovascular health and improved circulation.

5. Skin Health: The radiant heat can improve the appearance and health of your skin by promoting collagen production and reducing the signs of aging.

The History of Saunas and Their Significance:
Saunas have a rich history dating back thousands of years, with origins in various cultures, from the Finnish "savusaunas" to the Russian "banyas." Saunas were initially used for their cleansing and healing properties, offering physical and spiritual benefits. They played a central role in community life, bringing people together for relaxation, socializing, and spiritual rituals.

Why Use a Sauna Today?
While the modern world has evolved significantly, the benefits of saunas remain as relevant as ever. Saunas offer a sanctuary from the stresses of daily life, a place to unwind, detoxify, and rejuvenate. They promote physical and mental well-being, helping you achieve a sense of balance and tranquility in our fast-paced world.

Experience the future of relaxation and wellness with our Infrared Sauna. It's a contemporary take on a timeless tradition, offering you the incredible benefits of sauna therapy in the comfort of your own space. Elevate your well-being, relax your body, and embrace the legacy of saunas with our Infrared Sauna today!

Cardiovascular Health

  • Lower risk of heart disease
  • Reduced cardiovascular-related mortality

Mental Well-being

  • Improved mood
  • Lower risk of dementia and Alzheimer's
  • Potential for reduced depression risk

Physical Fitness

  • Increased endurance
  • Enhanced cardiovascular function

Weight Management

  • Burns calories

Improved Sleep

  • Enhanced sleep quality

Enhanced Circulation

  • Improved blood flow

Respiratory Health

  • Potential relief for respiratory issues

Metabolic Health

  • Improved blood lipid levels
  • Better insulin regulation

Pain Relief

  • Potential relief from muscle and joint pain

Resilience to Stress

  • Increased stress tolerance

Relaxation

  • Promotes relaxation and stress reduction

Muscle Maintenance

  • Reduced muscle protein breakdown
  • Aid in muscle recovery

Detoxification

  • Elimination of toxins through sweating

Social Benefits

  • Provides a social and relaxing environment

Skin Health

  • Cleanses and rejuvenates the skin

Dr. Rhonda Patrick's Recommended Sauna Protocol

Why use Saunas?

What are some of the incredible research based health benefits of the sauna, an ancient tradition embraced by many cultures

Cardiovascular Health

  • Reduce cardiovascular-related mortality by 50% (4-7 times per week).
  • Lower the risk of premature death from any cause by 40%.
  • Decrease dementia and Alzheimer's risk by 65-66%.
  • Slash the likelihood of developing psychotic disorders by 77%.

Molecular Mechanisms

  • Activate protective Heat Shock Proteins (HSPs).
  • Regulate genes with antioxidant and anti inflammatory functions via Nrf2.
  • Influence lifespan and aging with FOXO3 proteins.
  • Manage inflammation through IL 6 and IL-10 balance.

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and improvements

  • Enhanced blood pressure and endothelial function.
  • Reduced inflammation.
  • Decreased risk of cardiovascular-related mortality and sudden cardiac death.

Clinical Applications

  • Improved endurance, heart size, and disease status in congestive heart failure.
  • Enhanced vascular endothelial function in ischemic heart disease.
  • Pain relief, improved walking endurance, and blood flow in peripheral artery disease.

Metabolic Health

  • Modulated blood lipid levels, lowering total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol.
  • Stimulated growth hormone release and regulated insulin and glucose levels.

Cognitive and Mental Wellbeing

  • Increased neurogenesis with higher BDNF production.
  • Reduced Alzheimer's risk.
  • Potential adjunctive treatment for depression.

Physical Fitness and Athletic Performance

  • Increased endurance and improved thermoregulation during exercise.
  • Enhanced cardiovascular adaptations.
  • Improved glycogen use and overall endurance.

Muscle Maintenance and Detoxification

  • Reduced muscle protein degradation during disuse or immobilization.
  • Positive net protein synthesis.
  • Detoxification of heavy metals, BPA, PCBs, and phthalates through sweating.

Best Practices and Considerations

  • Caution for special populations like pregnant women and children.
  • Maintain proper hydration and electrolyte balance.