Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Infrared Therapy Rooms � Relax Yourself !

What is infrared heat therapy room?

Not to be confused with saunas, Infrared therapy rooms offer their own unique features. Infrared heat therapy rooms provide soothing heat, directly radiated to the body, with almost no time waiting for preheating. The amount and positioning of the heat sources is specially harmonized with the particular design and size of Infrared therapy rooms. The heat here radiates in a wide angle from each heater which helps it to spread evenly within the cabin space.

Difference between a traditional Sauna and an Infrared heat therapy room �

In a traditional sauna, Climate is very important. The heating elements of the sauna transfers heat to the rocks and wood of the sauna room. This causes a soft, radiating heat which envelopes the user. Thus steam is an important part of the sauna climate and the sauna experience. In an Infrared Therapy Room, the operating temperature is much lower than that in a sauna. Also the humidity levels are at normal household humidity�s, there is less heat-up time and heat is directed at the bather.

Why do you need infrared heat therapy rooms?

Infrared is perfect as a "heat therapy room". It is used by athletes looking for a pre-workout warm-up to warm up muscles and increase flexibility, to help prevent injury. It is also ideal for pre-warm-up for physical and massage therapy. A session in Infrared therapy rooms can help relieve pain and speed healing of injuries like sprains, strains and muscle aches. Whether for spot treatment of a sore shoulder or for basking your whole body in the radiating heat, infrared therapy rooms provide soothing relief. You could use it for a morning warm-up. Early morning a short session of warm, soothing heat prior to your shower could be relaxing and rejuvenating. Also at the end of the day, infrared heat can soothe tense muscles and reduce stress and it induces the body to release endorphins promoting a deeper sleep. Thus infrared therapy rooms could help you to start or end a day in a great way.

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