Jacuzzi® Sauna owners and potential buyers alike are bound to have questions from time to time. From how they work to the benefits that they offer and more, our experts at Jacuzzi Ontario are here to help. In this article, we focus on the infrared heat inside Jacuzzi® Saunas and answer the question of how hot it gets inside of an infrared sauna.
Temperature of a Jacuzzi® Sauna
Once you’ve turned on your sauna, it will require about 10-15 minutes to properly warm up. Once the temperature has had a chance to rise and regulate, you can step inside and allow your body to soak up the benefits. While it’s recommended that you set your sauna to a temperature of 150℉, it will not reach that temperature. This is more so to ensure that the heaters stay on for the entire time and your body receives optimal infrared heat throughout the session.
We must remember that infrared heat warms your body from the inside out. Due to this, the inside of the sauna won’t get super hot. In fact, Jacuzzi® Saunas generally heat to a temperature between 115℉ to 125℉. This of course depends on the ambient air temperature and how long the sauna is on for.
The Health Benefits of Infrared Heat
As mentioned above, infrared heat within a sauna warms your body from within. This process can lead to a range of health benefits and improvements that many find to be life-changing. Some of these incredible benefits include but are not limited to:
- Improved sleep patterns
- Eased muscle tension
- Soothed joint pain
- Pain management
- Reduced feelings of stress
- More energy and less fatigue
- Weight loss and maintenance of a healthy weight
- Improved appearance of skin and cellulite
One of the most notable ways that a Jacuzzi® Sauna can help to improve your health and overall lifestyle is through relaxation. To have a serene and peaceful place to sit, relax and bask in the silence can be a cathartic experience for many. Whether you choose to sit in and enjoy the peace and quiet or watch television, enjoy a movie or read a good book, this activity can become an integral part of your regular self care.
Saunas can be enjoyed alone or with another person, depending on the size and available space on the bench. For those who are looking to get a little more out of their sauna experience, they may want to consider light stretching, yoga or simple exercise while inside the sauna or just before they enter.
To ensure your best health, we always recommend that you first speak with a physician to make sure that an infrared sauna is right for you.
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