Benefits of using a Far Infrared Saunas by LuxSauna

Weight Loss
A far Infrared sauna can help you burn up to 600 or more calories in just one 30-minute session. Read More »

Far Infrared Sauna is excellent for increasing blood circulation to the skin, which is essential for beautiful, youthful, glowing skin. Read More »

Scars on Skin
Scars fully formed, may be gradually softened. Burns and other wounds or incisions may heal with significantly reduced scarring. Read More »

European beauty specialists confirm that a far infrared sauna will greatly speed any anti-cellulite program. Read More »

Pain Relief
Effective for arthritis, back pain, muscle spasms, headache, etc. Read More »

Injuries and Recovery
Radiant heat helps with sprains, strains, arthritis, muscle spasm and pain. Read More »

Relaxation and Meditation
Stress reduction, relaxation and general wellness… Read More »

Cardiovascular Benefits
Far Infrared Sauna provides cardio training without exertion… Read More »

Medical Studies and Articles

Research Supported Sauna Benefits is a balanced view from Justin Tobias, M.D. and revised by Stephanie Neumayer, M.D. citing research-supported benefits and references.

Sweat Your Way to Radiant Health Excerpted from: Sick and Tired? Robert O. Young , PhD. DSc. 1999

Infrared Thermal System Excerpts from Dr. Aaron M. Flickstein’s article on infrared sauna therapy entitled Infrared Thermal System, 1994

Systemic Benefit from far-infrared sauna.

Thermal Far-Infrared Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome PMID: 17561703 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE

Heat in the treatment of patients with anorexia nervosa by Gutierrez E, Vazquez R. March 2001

Clinical Implications of Thermal Therapy in Lifestyle-Related Diseases by Sadatoshi Biro, Akinori Masuda, Takashi Kihara and Chuwa Tei 2003. Obesity And Diabetes: Pathophysiological Mechanisms And Therapeutic Approaches

Regular sauna bathing halves the incidence of common colds. Annals of Medicine. 1990;22(4):225-7

Is Your Family Toxic? By James Ferguson. Published in the London Daily Mail May 22, 2007. Extracted from The Vitamin Murders: Who Killed Healthy Eating in Britain, by James Ferguson, published by Atlantic Books (opens in new window)