Infrared is wellness warmth
We humans have evolved with the capacity to absorb infrared heat, which in turn has a beneficial effect on our immune system.
Dr. Tadishi Ishikawa designed the first model of an infrared cabin in Japan in 1967. This system was initially only used by doctors. In 1981, the Infrared sauna for general public use was released. Since then it has proved very successfully in the private sector as well as by professionals such as doctors and therapists in clinics and spas, to support their treatment.
Warmth that works!
Infrared heat increases circulation in the skin, stimulates the metabolism, is very hygienic due to cleaner air and has a detoxifying effect. Rheumatoid patients respond to a lack of air circulation and a consistent humidity is very positive. Asthmatic patients also benefit from clean air and stable humidity. Allergy sufferers can breathe a deep sigh of relief because there is less dust, pollen, bacteria and mould spores in the air.
In addition, infrared heat has the advantage over other heating methods that the emitted heat penetrates the human body to a greater extent. This not only strengthens the immune system, but also helps to better compensate exposure from electro-smog.