The benefits of sauna
- The high temperature in saunas and the resulting steam cause increased sweating by widening the pores of the skin. Various toxins and other deposits leave the body through the pores by sweating.
- Sauna users often feel refreshed and experience health improvements, the hot vapour boosts blood circulation in every part of the body, including muscles and joints. As a result, oxygen supply improves, which is essential for cell regeneration and formation of new cells.
- Many consider saunas to be a more effective weight-loss method than sports. It is a fact indeed that saunas have a positive effect on metabolism - it accelerates it and enhances its effectiveness, which might result in weight loss. Spending 15-20 minutes in a sauna is equal to a one-hour brisk walk or to a lighter training session.
- Regular sauna use can help you relieve tension. People with sleep difficulties (e.g. insomnia) are particularly fond of using saunas because it promotes deep and relaxing sleep.
What is the difference between Finnish and Infrared saunas?
The recommended temperature is around 75-90 ° C and it is perfect for cardiovascular diseases.
- It has an invigorating effect on the body, improves metabolism, and helps to get rid of toxins. While sitting in a Finnish sauna our hearts work faster, thus delivering blood better everywhere in the body.
- It is also suitable for treating allergic problems, improving the condition of eczema skin, recurring inflammatory complaints, muscle failure.
- It is recommended to use up to twice a week. You have to wait for it to warm up to the right temperature after turning it on.
- An infrared cabin is efficient, yet more gentle than traditional saunas, as the temperature inside is only 35-45 °C, thus it is suitable for people who don’t prefer higher temperatures.
- The heart of the infrared cabin is an infrared heater that emits an invisible ray of certain defined wavelengths. Long-wave infrared radiation penetrates into muscle fibers at a depth of 3.5 to 4 cm, resulting in 3-4 times stronger sweating than normal.
- In a normal sauna, 97% of the sweat consists of water, while in the case of an infra sauna, 80% of sweat is water and 20% of it is fat, and it contains cholesterol and other fat-soluble substances as well.
- Special lamps use light waves to heat a person's body, not the entire room. Temperatures are typically lower than other saunas, but the person sweats in a similar way.
Get to know the Wellis saunas
Our expanded sauna kit provides the perfect choice for our customers. Whether it is a cozy 2 person sauna or a joint use of up to 6 people, Wellis products always meet with the expectations.
- We use energy efficient Redlight™ heating wire, which has a higher heat output. They have a long service life of 5000-7000 hours and our infrared cabins are equipped with color therapy LED lighting.
- Connect your phone, tablet, bluetooth unit to your infrared and listen to your favourite music while relaxing.
- We use canadian knotless hemlock pine during the manufacturing, which besides its excellent durability is very close to its natural appearance.
- Our finnish saunas are equipped with 8 mm safety door and side glass, so you don’t have to keep up with the energy losses and possible cracks or fractures.
- The price includes the following accessories: thermometer and humidifier, wooden tub with spoon, hourglass, lava stone. You can also use aromatherapy essential oil while using Finnish saunas